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We mould a full range of heat-curable elastomers, from natural rubbers through to perfluoroelastomers, and will advise you on the most suitable polymer for your application. If your requirement is for a specialist rubber compound or needs development work, we also have a range of small scale equipment available for lab batches.
Working closely with some of the UK’s most experienced compounders who understand rubber in-depth – from formulation to application – we can supply compounds to meet the most demanding of end-user specifications in industries ranging from oil & gas to food processing.
As well as offering a complete range of materials from 20 – 95 Shore A, we can match many specifications including BS, WRAS, EC1935, FDA, KTW and DTD.
We can also produce your compound to match either RAL or PANTONE colours and offer a choice of fillers to make your compound metal detectable for food processing or pharmaceutical applications.
Simply give us a call or fill in the enquiry form below and one of our experts will give you all the advice and guidance to meet your polymer requirements.
Rubber Compound Enquiry Form
Types of Compound
Click on the links below to download a data sheet on the different grades.
Derivative of butyl rubber which has been reacted with bromine in a continuous process. It’s attributes include physical strength, vibration dampening, low permeability, and resistance to aging and weathering from environmental exposure.
Often referred to under Dupont’s trade name of Hypalon, CSM has excellent resistance to oxidation and has outstanding resistance to atmospheric conditions, in particular strong sunlight and ozone.
Excellent steam resistance, good ozone and weathering resistance, good low temperature flexibility, WRAS approved grades for potable drinking water applications and FDA compliant grades available.
Fluorocarbon copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and propylene. Excellent high temperature resistance, good resistance to oils and most non-polar solvents, excellent ozone and weathering resistance, excellent steam resistance.
As with all types of rubber, it is recommended that the polymer type is tested for suitability as grades do vary.
We are happy to advise on any application, but final responsibility lies with the customer.