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Aquaseal Rubber was approached by a ship owner earlier this year, enquiring about marine seals for his vessel. The turnaround had to be quick as the ship was about to go in to the dry dock for a major overhaul to be converted in to a subsea cable-laying vessel.
Aquaseal was approached by a customer who was looking to cover some clamping plates with one of our materials.
Aquaseal has been a constant support to ToneAlly, providing quality rubber to be used on every unit produced to date. After testing a range of rubbers in various hardness, we worked hard to find the most suitable one to create the right performance and noise.
Aquaseal recently worked with Triumph Roadster Club to help with the creation of parts for car restoration. Precise replication of the parts was essential to make sure that the cars would operate smoothly and blend in with the existing body of the vehicle.
Around 3 years ago, Aquaseal secured a contract with a ship chandler looking for a white rubber seal for a Yacht.
Wind farms are often placed offshore to take advantage of the significantly higher speeds of wind available on the sea compared to on land. Because of this, the rubber used in these applications needs to be appropriate for marine applications as well as those exposed to adverse weather conditions.
With years of experience in the marine industry, Aquaseal Rubber is fortunate to be working with clients around the world. Our latest project had us working with a customer in Lithuania on a ships hatch packing order, using our own Aquaseal door packing for watertight doors.
Supporting the off shore wind industry is one of Aquaseal Rubber’s strengths and it was no difference with our latest project. We were approached to manufacture some off shore wind turbine boat landing rubbers and with our knowledge of the off shore wind industry knew it would be a good project for us.
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