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Production of rubber parts or components utilizing a mold with a hollow cavity of the shape desired.

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  • Vanguard Products Corp.

    Vanguard Products Corp. offers molded rubber goods constructed from silicone, EPDM, fluorosilicone, fluorocarbon elastomer, nitrile, NBR, and Buna N materials. These goods have the following applications: aerospace/military seals, medical equipment seals, bellows, medical elbow connectors, fiber-optic sheathes, ordinance seals, appliance scratch-proof feet, industrial/commercial food ovens, gaskets, etc.

  • Ames Rubber Manufacturing Company

    Ames Rubber Manufacturing Company offers rubber compression, rubber transfer, and rubber injection molding services for the following industries: power transmission, general industry, chemical processing, transportation, mining, food/beverage, automotive, military, fluid power, apparel, etc. These molding services are constructed from a variety of materials, including: FDA grade, commercial compounds, color compounds, MIL, ASTM, AMS, non-carbon back based, NSF standard 61, etc.

  • South Bend Modern Molding

    South Bend Modern Molding offers secondary process, transfer, compression, and injection custom rubber molding services. South bend transfer molding services are capable of creating complex designs, precision tolerances, insert/over-molding, and medium-to-high volume productions. These services can be performed on the following materials: natural rubber, SBR, neoprene, nitrile, EPDM, silicone, polyacrylate, butyl rubber, etc. They have hardness ranges from 30 to 100, tensile strengths from 1500 to 4000, and applications for: rollers, air bladders, medical equipment, oil fields, outdoor seals, grommets, brake cups, bushings, etc.

  • Minor Rubber Co., Inc.

    Minor Rubber Co., Inc. provides custom molded rubber parts to the aerospace, aircraft, agriculture, medical, DOD, transportation, and electronics industries. Minor Rubber's molding press capabilities range in size from 12" x 12" to 85" x 108", and they are capable of producing: large/high durometer parts, low production quantities, less compound waste, and inexpensive tooling.

  • Meccom Industrial Products Co.

    Meccom Industrial Products Co. provides molded rubber parts in a variety of shapes and sizes. Meccom's miscellaneous molded parts come in ID sizes ranging from 5/64" to 1/4", OD sizes ranging from 13/32" to 5/8", and heights ranging from 3/16" to 5/8".

  • C & M Rubber Co.

    C & M Rubber Co. offers custom rubber molding products for military, medical, high tech, food service, and aerospace applications. These products come in pressure tonnage ranges from 15 to 330 Tons, part sizes up to 20" x 20" x 7", pressure platen sizes up to 24" x 24", and post-cure oven processing up to 500°F. They are constructed from viton, EPDM, neoprene, nitrile, silicone, and specialty materials.

  • Field Rubber Products, Inc.

    Field Rubber Products, Inc. offers custom rubber molding in sizes up to 24" x 24" x 20". Molding is constructed from the following materials: viton FDA grade, SBR, EPDM, silicone, nitrile, neoprene, natural rubber, exotic, etc.

  • Greene Rubber Co., Inc.

    Greene Rubber Co., Inc. offers rubber molding and over-molding products for the industrial, defense, aerospace, and medical markets. Greene's molding capabilities include: transfer, rubber-to-metal bonding, millable/castable urethane, LSR, LIM, injection, EMI, custom elastomer, and compression. Greene is capable of molding the following elastomer types: viton, urethanes, silicones, nitriles, neoprenes, natural rubber, fluorocarbons, EPDMs, butyl, etc.

  • Industrial Molded Rubber Products, Inc. (IMR)

    Industrial Molded Rubber Products, Inc. (IMR) offers ISO 9001:2000 certified rubber molding products for the woodworking, laminating, food production, and agricultural industries. IMR molding can be pressed in sizes ranging from 10 to 800 tons, and they typically work with the following materials: urethane, butyl, rubber, natural, viton, hypalon, Buna-S, neoprene, and nitrile.

  • Grotenrath Rubber Products Co., Inc.

    Grotenrath Rubber Products Co., Inc. offers custom molded rubber parts for a wide range of applications, including: appliances, industrial equipment, military, semi-conductor, medical, critical sealing, pneumatic, hydraulic, automotive, and aerospace.

  • Pierce-Roberts Rubber Co.

    Pierce-Roberts Rubber Co. (PRR) offers custom rubber molding services for the following industries: military, medical, marine, food processing, fire protection, gaming, electric, dairy, chemical, and aerospace. PRR produces molding products with tolerances up to ±0.005" and heights/widths up to 36". The materials typically used for molding include: viton, urethane, sponge, silicone, rubber, neoprene, fluoropolymers, fluorosilicone, and a variety of elastomers. PRR operates in compliance with ISO, FDA, ASTM, ANSI, ISO, Mil-SPec, RoHS, and SAE standards.

  • International Rubber Products (IRP)

    International Rubber Products (IRP) offers LIM rubber molding products for the following industries: transportation, office automation, medical device manufacturers, medical, industrial, high-technology, military/government, fluid power, commercial, and aerospace. Typical molded products include: umbrella valves, strain reliefs, seals, peripheral seals, manifolds, grommets, diaphragms, connectors, back-up rings, etc. They come in thicknesses as low as 0.075", diameters ranging from 0.062" to 25", and lengths up to 20".

  • Girard Rubber Corp.

    Girard Rubber Corp. offers rubber molding services for the following elastomer configurations: pump impellers, PTT, molded or laid-up tubes, laser-etched, keypads, gaskets, O-rings, die-cut rubber gaskets/seals, diaphragms, etc. Girard Rubber operates in compliance with ISO 9001, ISO 9001:2000, and ISO 9002 standards.

  • Iris Rubber Co., Inc.

    Iris Rubber Co., Inc. offers transfer and compression custom rubber molding services for military, aerospace, agricultural, and diverse medical applications. These products come in part diameters up to 4', platen sizes up to 48" x 60", and a variety of compounds, including: silicone, butyl, nitrile rubber, urethane, natural rubber, EPDM, SBR, etc. They are abrasion, chemical, and heat-resistant.

  • Jefferson Rubber Works, Inc.

    Jefferson Rubber Works, Inc. provides the following rubber molding capabilities: prototyping, composite molding, thermoplastic rubber, liquid silicone molding, transfer molding, liquid injection molding, rubber compression molding, and injection molding. Jefferson's molded parts are ISO/QS 9000 certified and produced using state-of-the-art rubber injection molding technology.

  • Eutsler Technical Products Inc.

    Eutsler Technical Products Inc. offers custom molded rubber products in sizes ranging from 1/4" to 30". These products are constructed from urethane, SBR, hydrin, fluorocarbon, silicone, natural rubber, EPDM, chloroprene, nitrile, and fluroelastomer materials. They are ideally used for the following industries: automotive, electronics, mining, energy, gas, oil, and petrochemical.

  • Manville Rubber Products

    Manville Rubber Products offers insert, compression, transfer, and injection precision rubber moldings. Injection precision rubber molding is ideally suited for low to medium-high durometer materials, small to medium sized parts, high volume production, and close dimensional tolerances. This molding features short production cycles, close dimensional tolerance maintenance, specialized cycle availability, and a computer controlled design.

  • Columbia Engineered Rubber, Inc.

    Columbia Engineered Rubber, Inc. designs and manufactures a variety of custom molded rubber parts, including: rubber plugs, vibration isolation, rubber diaphragms, rubber grommets, custom caps, rubber gaskets, rubber bellows, flow control, rubber bumpers, formed hoses, and custom seals.

  • Meere Industries

    Meere Industries offers ISO9001 and TS16949 certified custom rubber molded parts for industrial/OEM applications. These parts come in the following shapes: balls, boots, packings, diaphragms, grommets, U-cups, X-rings, D-rings, quad rings, oil seals, washers, gaskets, O-rings, etc.

  • Qualiform, Inc.

    Qualiform, Inc. offers a variety of custom rubber molding services, including: rubber compression, rubber injection, rubber transfer, rubber-to-metal bonding, color compounds, etc.