Rubber Molding FAQS

  • What Is The Compressive Strength of Rubber?
    Compressive strength is the maximum compressive load that a particular material can bear before it fractures. Whereas tensile strength measures the maximum stress a material can withstand while being pulled apart, compressive strength measures the maximum stress a material can bear while being compressed, or pushed together.
  • How to Calculate the Shelf Life or Rubber Parts?
    Several factors impact how long a compressed rubber part lasts in storage, including polymer type, compound formulation, and storage environment. Although some types of rubber, like commercial-grade neoprene and styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR), may only last three to five years in storage, other rubbers, like silicone, may last 20 years in storage. Regardless of type, rubber should be stored away from direct sunlight in a cool, dry place.
  • Why Rubber Compression Molding?
    Rubber compression molding is a relatively simple process with low tooling costs; it’s ideal for large, thick parts, but capable of crafting small parts, too. Rubber compression molding is as flexible as it is effective, but not on its own; the manufacturer’s commitment, competence, and care make the definitive difference.
  • What Materials can we used in Rubber Molding?
    Natural Rubber, E.P.D.M., Neoprene, Nitrile, HNBR, Flurucarbon, Fluoroeplastimer, Silicone, Flurosilicone and so on.
  • Do you provide a Rubber Molding Prototyping Service?
    Yes. We have a great deal of experience in prototyping molded products. We have prototyped products for, among others, the automotive and aerospace industries.
  • Do you Produce Colored Rubber Moldings and Colored Injection Rubber Moldings?
    We manufacture a very wide range of colored rubber moldings and colored injection moldings.
  • Are you able to Manufacture Rubber to Metal Bonded Products?
    We can mold almost all rubber materials onto most metals including Stainless Steel, Aluminium and Brass. We currently manufacture this type of product following industries:- Food, Computer Manufacturing, Automotive, Valve, Packaging, Water & Sewage, Railway and General Engineering.
  • Are you able to mass produce rubber molded products?
    We are able to manage manufacture of products from 10’s to 1000,000’s..