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Our facilities utilize a wide range of technologies for rubber and plastic fabrication that enable complex product manufacturing.


Compression is a widespread method for rubber product manufacturing. The process begins with the development of a metal product mold, built in accordance with specific blueprints. The template must be tailored to both final product specifications and production machinery, and its development requires extensive engineering knowledge and proficiency.

As a production method, compression has many advantages. It is compatible with all rubber types and hardness levels. It is more time and cost-effective than injection-based manufacturing. As such, it is ideal for small-scale serial manufacturing.

At Impertech, we utilize a wide variety of rubber press machines that allow us to manufacture small products (1 mm) as well as large-scale products (1-3 meters in length or diameter).

Rubber-to-Metal Compression

Rubber-to-metal compression is very common for the manufacturing of shock absorbers, machine mounts, vehicle engine mounts, connectors and many other products. This method uses high-quality rubber compounds as shock absorbers, in accordance with specific load characteristics.

The rubber compounds used to create shock absorbers are quite unique. Some product areas require high energy absorption capabilities, while other areas necessitate low energy absorption in order to convert mechanical energy into heat for optimal motion control.

In rubber-to-metal compression, the metal serves as a hard and stabilizing structure for the rubber casting, which is soft, flexible and designed for friction.

Injection Molding

Impertech operates 40 advanced rubber injection molding machines, including LSR injection molding, which can be used to manufacture products of all sizes – from single mm items to large 1×1 meter products.

Injection molding fits almost all rubber types and rubber hardness levels. Naturally, the process begins with mold development. The mold must adhere to final product specifications and specific manufacturing machine capabilities. It is a task that requires vast engineering knowledge and proficiency.

Injection molding advantages include high production speed, high reproducibility and high-quality finished products. This method is recommended for products that require vast serial manufacturing.

When manufactured in large quantities, the cost per product will be lower than if manufactured using compression, which can balance higher mold development costs.

Profile Corner Connectors

Impertech has extensive experience and expertise in profile connector manufacturing. Our team has developed a unique method for connecting two or more profiles together using full rubber vulcanization.

The connection angles can vary (90̇°, 180° or any other angle) and we can support any profile shape, as long as the profiles are manufactured from the same material.



Extrusion is a method for creating rubber profiles. Unvulcanized rubber is compressed through an orifice (or “die”) to create a product that is homogenous in width and can be virtually limitless in length.

To begin the extrusion process, we first create a die that is tailored to  the specific product size and shape requirements. This requires high-level manufacturing expertise.
The extrusion process has many advantages. Die manufacturing costs are relatively low, and so are product production costs. Production speed is very high. In addition, extrusion allows manufacturers to create products that possess different qualities in specific product areas.

However, extrusion is not recommended for high-precision products, and is not appropriate for all rubber types.

Precision Gasket Cutting

Impertech manufactures gaskets in accordance with all known international standards. Our gaskets are manufactured in custom shapes and sizes, according to client requirements. Our state-of-the-art technology cuts gaskets with maximum precision and optimal cutting quality.


Our advanced digital CNC machine uses a special cutting knife to cut gaskets up to 20mm thickness from rubber materials and gasket sheet materials, such as compressed fiber, PTFE, graphite and more. Cutting is implemented after a CAD file of the gasket has been uploaded into the machine.


Our Water Jet cutting machine emits a high-pressure water jet that is ideal for cutting gaskets from a wide variety of materials, including metal, wood, rubber and sponge. The machine operates in accordance with digital file specifications.

Plastic Injection

Plastic injection is the most important and common method for plastic product manufacturing. It is ideal for large-scale serial manufacturing and has many other advantages.

It is quick and relatively cost-effective. It supports high-precision and complex structure production. In addition, plastic can easily be injected onto metal parts. Product painting is often an integral part of the manufacturing process.

The main disadvantage is the cost of the initial plastic injection mold, which can be quite high.

Assembly Lines

Over the years, Impertech has developed assembly line expertise and has become incredibly proficient in manufacturing complex products that incorporate plastic, rubber, electronic and electric elements.


Our assembly lines employ a wide variety of techniques, including welding, wiring and

Application of PSA.


We also design and construct assembly facilities, which can operate additional assembly lines. All assembly processes are supervised according to stringent QA protocols.


Welding is an effective method for fusing together elements made from thermoplastic materials.

In high-frequency welding, two layers are welded together after being exposed to HF waves for a short period of time. After cooling, the two layers become one.

In heat welding, two elements are welded together after exposure to high heat at the precise welding point. Once the elements have cooled, they are inseparable.

Ultrasonic welding uses ultrasonic acoustics to create extreme heat that welds elements together. This method is used to weld hard plastic elements.

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We are excited to announce that the IM76 is finalized, tested and CE approved! Come join us at our booth at the Eurosatory exibition, Hall 5A, #H285 17-21.06.2024, Paris.

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