We manufacture rubber extrusions from a wide range of polymers. The construction, automotive, engineering and marine industries use our products in many diverse applications.
We are capable of manufacturing any shape, from the one-time special part in short run quantities to high-volume runs.
Common uses for rubber extrusions and profiles
Rubber extrusions and profiles are used in a wide range of industries for noise control, sealing and protection, decorative trims and more.
In the marine sector for example, they can seal the gaps in a door to prevent wind or water entering the vessel. We have also worked with automotive manufacturers to replace specific rubber seals for a classic car.
How we make our rubber extrusions
We make our dies in the on-site tool room. They are machined and assembled to precise tolerances. This means we carry our modifications to existing tools quickly and efficiently. In-house modifications means that profiles meet exact customer dimensions and tolerances.
In our workshop, we can make extrusions and profiles from synthetic or natural rubber, deciding on the best option for your requirements. The most common types of rubber used in these projects are silicone, Viton and neoprene.
We make our extruded rubber profiles using a steam vulcanisation process which means we can offer a wider range of hardness’s from 30 Shore A up to 80 Shore A and anything in between.
Find out more about our materials on our page: “Rubber We Use” or get in touch with us for more information.