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Aquaseal Rubber is ISO 9001 : 2015


We use compression moulding technique, which allows us to make one-off items or multi-quantity. We have an in-house tool room making our rubber moulded products tooling needs cost-effective.  Our in-house team does any modifications to the tooling quickly and efficiently. Our rubber mouldings come in any shape or size in the desired material and colour.

Aquaseal Rubber has a range of moulding presses available from 150mm square right up to 3.2m long x 700mm wide.

Find out more about our materials on our page: “Rubber We Use

Aquaseal Rubber – Materials Chart Rubber Moulding

Which Moulding do you need?


Polyurethane shore hardnesses can be softer than a pencil rubber, harder than nylon, or anywhere between. We manufacture a range of products in polyurethane.

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Nitrile (Buna N rubber)

Nitrile is a synthetic rubber derived from acrylonitrile. It is widely used for seals, oil resistant applications, off-road equipment, and hydraulic applications.

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Natural Rubber

Natural rubber is obtained from latex, a natural secretion of certain plants. Natural rubber can withstand low temperatures, has high resistance to tear and abrasion and high tensile strength.

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Neoprene is the trade name for a group of synthetic rubbers based on polychloroprene. Neoprene rubber was originally developed as an oil-resistant alternative to natural rubber. The versatility of this rubber, however has proven useful in a wide range of applications.

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Viton Rubber

Viton is a great choice for food grade rubber as it can withstand high temperatures and is very durable. It is also non-toxic and odour free which suits the needs of a food manufacturer well. All of our Viton is manufactured under Best Manufacturing Practice in accordance with EC 2023:2006 and all products are compliant with European Regulations Framework EC1935:2004 “materials intended to come into contact with food.

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Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) is a synthetic rubber compound that consists primarily of ethylene and propylene. Aquaseal Rubber uses EPDM synthetic rubber compounds for both general and specialty outdoor applications, including steam hoses, high temperature-resistant seals, electrical insulation, roll covers, and more.

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Styrene Butadiene Rubber

Styrene-Butadiene Rubber (SBR) is the most common and economical synthetic rubber compound available and is used in a broad range of industrial applications. Because SBR’s properties are also similar to natural rubbers, styrene-butadiene rubber can replace natural rubber in many products.

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Butyl Rubber

Today, Butyl rubber is one of the commonly-used synthetic rubber compounds on the market. Common applications include inner tubes, o-rings, stoppers for medical bottles, and pharmaceutical supplies.

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Our Fluoroelastomers are used for numerous high-performance applications in the aerospace, automotive, industrial fields, and more. Fluoroelastomers are custom molded into a wide variety of rubber products including seals, o-rings, rubber gaskets, valves, and rubber diaphragms.

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Silicone rubber is an inorganic polymer comprising silicone and oxygen. Typical custom silicone rubber products include insulators, rubber diaphragms, and impact absorbers. A long service life makes this rubber compound ideal for many industrial applications.

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Advantages of using Aquaseal

  • Bespoke rubber products
  • Manufactured in-house
  • Small run quantities
  • Made in the UK
  • ISO 9001 accredited

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