29th October 2019
As the colder months draw in, the risk of a burst pipe becomes more likely. Not only can welding and soldering be time-consuming and potentially costly, but they are also not instant solutions. There is another solution to fixing your damaged pipes, and that is with a fibreglass pipe repair kit or Pow-R Wrap.
30th September 2019
Rubber fenders are protective barriers used mostly in the marine industry. They absorb collision energy during ship-to-ship (STS) contact, and between a vessel and the dock.
27th September 2019
Choosing to buy from a rubber supplier in the UK is a wise choice and offers a multitude of benefits. Once you've chosen your rubber supplier, you should be ready to make an order. Before you do, make sure to go through our checklist of the essential questions to ask a rubber supplier before placing an order.
10th September 2019
Aquaseal’s latest machinery arrived in the office last week, and we’ve already put it to work! We’ve replaced our old machinery with a shiny new DCR BP60T beam press and brand new GSB-20T swing press, manufactured by DCR Machines.
29th August 2019
When it comes to buying rubber products, you have two choices: buy from a stockist or supplier, or order directly from the manufacturer. In the past, it was far simpler (and more cost-effective) to order from a supplier. They dealt with complicated manufacturer negotiations and offered a range of pre-fabricated products to customers.
4th July 2019
Do you ever stop to think about where your rubber comes from? Fifteen years ago, it was probably Malaysia. Ten years ago, Thailand stepped up and has dominated the global rubber market ever since.
13th June 2019
A fender is another term for a 'bumper', or a protective piece of rubber that is mounted on a mobile vehicle of some kind in order to protect it in the event that it bumps into something. Rubber D Fenders are designed to absorb the kinetic energy produced in a collision.
21st May 2019
Following our recent case study covering Jason's trip to France to sort out a hatch seal for a yacht owner, we really wanted to pick his brains a little more. After all, it's not every day that an Aquaseal representative gets to jet across the Channel for work!
15th May 2019
If you've ever stood on the beach watching a cargo ship slowly creep across the horizon, the material used in the manufacture of its hatch seals was probably the last thing on your mind. However, ocean-going vessels have been braving the elements for thousands of years, and whatever their function, there has always been one primary aim - to keep the water out.
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