Rubber Molding Parts

Rubber molded products can be used to create a broad variety of rubber parts ranging from simple to complex.

We offer compression molding and injection molding services that provide our customers with the rubber parts and components they need.

Rubber compression: Compression molding is a high-pressure molding process suitable for lower and high-volume production of complex rubber parts. In compression molding, a preheated, uncured rubber pre-form is placed in the cavity of a heated mold. The mold is then closed off and pressure is applied to force the raw material to flow in all mold areas. The pressure and heat are continually applied until the elastomers fully cross-linked and cured. The pressure is constant while the mold is getting heat. It is more time and cost-effective than injection-based manufacturing.

Rubber injection: The melted rubber injected into the mold. This process includes high production speed, high reproducibility and high-quality finished product. This method is recommended for products that require vast serial manufacturing.

 

Both solutions are fit almost all rubber types and rubber hardness levels and needed templates. Our extensive knowledge and experience allow us to assist clients in selecting the optimal technology processes for their industry and application. SUPERGUM offer our customers a full range of compression and injection custom rubber molding services. We can help with concepts, designs, and tooling to create the perfect rubber molded product for your application.

 

Benefits:

  • Elastomer compounds: CR, EPDM, SBR, NBR, HNBR, NR, BR, CSM, CM, PU, FKM (Viton®), VMQ (Silicone), FVMQ (Fluor silicone).
  • A vast range of sizes available (standard and Non-standard sizes).
  • Hardness Shore A in a range of 40 to 90.
  • Tested and approved compounds for various applications.

Custom Rubber Products

From the most exotic and high complex seal to simple and miniature shapes, our custom-designed, all-rubber shaped seals meet your exact specifications. SUPERGUM specializes in precision molded rubber products and molded rubber parts for a wide range of industries and applications.

 

With over 60 years of knowledge our experienced staff will always try to suggest the best solution possible. This will enable you to get the most out of your custom molding.

 

SUPERGUM has a choice of manufacturing processes to produce your highly customized parts efficiently and effectively, and has the ability to reverse engineer your product for you directly from a sample or develop for specific application with a wide selection of rubber compound available to satisfy your molding needs.  

Rubber-to-Metal and Plastic Bonding

Making a rubber-to-metal bonded part takes tons of attention to detail. It requires having a thorough plan before molding the part as well as a working knowledge of applications.

One of our strengths is bonding rubber to metal or plastic. When needed, we apply corrosion protection surface treatment on metal parts to guarantee a longer operating life, even for very demanding applications. We can combine rubber to steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass and even plastic.

There are many factors that go into making the best rubber to metal / plastic parts.

We walk you through selecting the metal, selecting the appropriate rubber for the application, the right technology  and making sure you have the correct adhesive package.

Rubber Bellows

Rubber bellows are used as extension joints for moving parts, providing flexible alignments, noise and vibration absorption. Bellows are designed to expand and contract while maintaining a seal from the external environment. In addition, they provide protection for equipment and parts from contaminants found in manufacturing and industrial environments, including dust, moisture, oils, chemicals, and UV.

Rubber bellows are an essential part of many different industrial systems. They are flexible seals used in a range of applications for sealing dust and other environmental elements in applications with a calculated range of motion.

Applications for Rubber Bellows:

  • Cooling water systems
  • Condensers
  • Gas lines
  • Water pipelines and piping
  • Pumps
  • Turbines
  • Boilers
  • Automotive suspension systems
  • Mechanical vibration dampers

Buffers

Rubber is used as a buffer (calls also Damper or vibration isolation mount ) because of its ability to reduce the transmission of both vibration and noise in harsh environments. The buffers absorb the kinetic energy, and reduce the shock from the impact. The buffers use also in machinery as limiting component against vibration.

 

The construction of rubber buffers is such that rubber is bonded to a metal plate which incorporates screw, screwing and runner allowing for simple installation.

 

SUPERGUM offers an extensive of rubber vibration isolation mount styles to fit most industrial applications. In addition, we have the capabilities to manufacture a custom vibration isolator to meet your specific application requirements.

Vibration Isolator types:

 

  • Rubber buffer type A (screw/screw)
  • Rubber buffer type B (screw/screwing)
  • Rubber buffer type C (screwing/screwing)
  • Rubber buffer type D (screw/rubber)
  • Rubber buffer type E (rubber/screwing)

 

Grommets

Rubber grommets are a kind of accessories of the wiring equipment. A grommet is a ring or edge strip inserted into a hole through a thin material. There are used for wires through in the middle of holes. The purpose is to protect the wires from being cut easily by sharp plate cuttings, and at the same time, it is dustproof and waterproof. Rubber grommets are also important parts in automotive applications. They can also effectively reduce vibration and are used to seal different important under-the-hood and body applications. They also widely used in various fields such as electronics, electrical appliances, machinery, sports equipment, furniture, and lighting.

Features :

  • Different types of rubber materials (Nitrile rubber, Natural rubber, Neoprene, Silicone and fluororubber).
  • Hardness is mostly 30-60 Shore A.
  • General Shapes according to the different application of rubber grommets,
    and the shape of the hole on the board:
          – Round Grommets

                – Oval Grommets

                – Square Grommets

                – Blind hole Grommets

                – Special Shape Grommets

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