Aerospace • Aircraft Rubber Goods

Aircraft rubber goods include O-rings, seals, rubber cording and other components made of rubber like compounds.

Aircraft rubber goods include O-rings, seals, rubber cording and other components made of rubber like compounds.

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  • Rubbercraft

    Rubbercraft integrates conductive EMI-shielding elastomers and thermally conductive elastomers into aerospace and defense industry components including radar systems and vehicle communications applications. The company also produces custom molded elastomeric seals and gaskets used in the aerospace and aviation industries. Specific seals include aircraft baggage door seals, lavatory and galley seals, spoiler seals, flap-to-wing seals, and cockpit seals.

  • Columbia Engineered Rubber, Inc.

    Columbia Engineered Rubber develops and manufactures fluorosilicone O-rings used in aircraft fuel systems. The O-rings are available in AS568 and metric sizes, and feature a temperature range of -75F to 450F. The company also offers military grade rubber for military and aerospace use. The various rubber can be used in applications with continuous service temperatures of -60F to 401F. Specific elastomers include ethylene propylene, nitrile, neoprene, fluorocarbon, and silicone.

  • Desser Tire & Rubber Co.

    Desser distributes various aircraft tires including Aero Classic, Goodyear, Michelin, Specialty Tires of America, and Condor brands. The company also stocks and supplies retreaded aircraft tires by Aero Wheel & Brake Service Corp., and smooth tread 800 x 4 tires for Piper Cub aircraft.

  • Greene Rubber Co., Inc.

    Greene Rubber Co. Inc. conducts rubber molding and over molding of products and solutions for the aerospace and defense markets. Elastomers molded include butyl, custom compounds, EPDM, fluorocarbon, hydrin, natural rubber, neoprene, nitrile, silicone, urethane, and Viton.

  • Ace Rubber Products

    Ace Rubber Products distributes rubber parts to U.S. government, aerospace, and aircraft clients. Products include gasket seals, custom molded parts, O-rings, fuel door seals, line clamp cushions, packers, balls, bellows, boots, bushings, caps, connectors, covers, diaphragms, eye shields, grommets, fuel gasket plates, impellers, pads, and solid tires.

  • International Rubber Products (IRP)

    International Rubber Products' Viking line of custom-molded, tight tolerance aerospace rubber products includes grommets, interfacial seals, and electronic connectors. The company produces these parts via rubber transfer molding and rubber-to-substrate bonding.

  • Elder Rubber Co

    Elder Rubber Co. distributes a number of elastomer compounds including fluorosilicone used primarily in aircraft fuel systems. The fluorosilicone features a temperature range of -75F to 450F.

  • United Seal & Rubber Co., Inc.

    United Seal & Rubber Co. distributes extruded and molded rubber parts to the aerospace, defense contractor, and military installation industries. The company's clients include Lockheed Martin Corp., Raytheon, Boeing Inc. and Northrop Gruman. Stocked products are manufactured by 3M, John Manville, HK Porter, Hitco, Garlock, Parker Hannifin Corp. Flexitallic, Flaxaust, Boston Industrial Products, and Biltirite Corporation.

  • Ecore

    Ecore provides ABL5 phenolic cork used for aerospace applications. The material is approved by ATK, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Orbital Sciences, and Raytheon, and is available in 28" x 50" sheets. The cork material meets or exceeds NASC AS-5086, NAVORD WS 15288A, STW4-2700E, NWS 16603, and F 2135000 K8 M3 R S9 T Z specifications.

  • Star-Glo Industries, Inc.

    Star-Glo Industries Inc. provides rubber and plastic molding of component parts - primarily rollers - used in the aerospace and military markets.