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Address: 4035 Lavoisier
Boisbriand, QC
J7H 1N1
Business Activity: Manufacturer / Distributor / Exporter
Phone: 450-434-2744
Toll Free: 800-263-1450
Fax: 450-434-5998
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Elasto Proxy designs and fabricates rubber products for automotive, construction, defense, mobile specialty vehicle, electronic, green power, food equipment, medical, and mass transit applications. Choose standard industrial rubber products from our on-line catalog, or ask for custom-fabricated plastic or rubber parts.

Auto Parts and Automotive Seals

Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive suppliers trust Elasto Proxy to design custom rubber seals and fabricate custom molded rubber parts, plastic auto parts, and automotive seals. We also serve the auto industry by manufacturing molded rubber pads and end-pieces for emergency brake pedals.

Sealing Products for Building and Construction

Elasto Proxy designs and fabricates door seals, window seals, and sealing products for light fixtures, HVAC units, and skylights. We meet the design requirements of the building and construction industry, and deliver EPDM weather seals, flame-retardant profiles, and ozone-resistant materials.

Military Quality Components and Rugged Rubber Seals

Prime contractors and subcontractors in the defense industry ask Elasto Proxy to custom fabricate rubber parts for military vehicles and equipment. Examples include engine insulation, specialty seals, rubber pushbuttons, and molded rubber components.

ROPS Rubber Parts for Mobile Specialty Vehicles

Elasto Proxy designs and fabricates door seals, window rubber, and interior finishes for roll-over protection structures (ROPS). We provide sealing solutions for ambulances and fire trucks, as well as off-road vehicles such as farm, forestry, and construction equipment.

Rubber Products for Electronic Equipment

The electronics industry asks Elasto Proxy for specialty seals made of fire-rated materials, or that offer protection against EMI and RFI. We also make vibration mounts for electronic displays, rubber bumpers, closed cell and cellulose sponge profiles, rubber edge trim, and bulb trim seals for electronic devices.

Sealing Alternative Energy and Green Power Projects

Plastic and rubber parts for windmills, solar panels, and hydroelectric turbines must withstand high winds, UV light, and flowing water. Electric utilities need reliable rubber gaskets, too. Elasto Proxy supports green power and alternative energy with specialized seals and standard rubber U-channels.

Sanitary Seals for Food Equipment

Elasto Proxy understands food equipment requirements for sanitary sealing. We recommend rubber compounds that exceed NSF and FDA standards, and fabricate refrigerator gaskets, EPDM channels for mixers, custom door seals for restaurant ovens, TPE profiles, and sanitary seals for beer kettles.

Medical Seals

Manufacturers of durable medical equipment and medical assist devices ask Elasto Proxy for medical seals, plastic end caps, rubber rollers, and foam grips. Our rubber medical products include silicone tubing, molded diaphragms, medical gaskets, mattress overlays, and rubber seals for dental or X-ray equipment with pantone color matching.

Plastic Parts and Rubber Seals for the Mass Transit Industry

Elasto Proxy delivers rubber and plastic parts that meet Bombardier SMP 800-C and fire, smoke, and toxicity (FST) requirements. Rail and railway customers alike use our rubber gaskets, hose protectors, cable cleats and clamps, rubber seat molding, and door and window seals.

Standard and Custom Rubber Products Delivered Right to Your Doorstep

Request a quote or visit our on-line catalog to order bulb trim seals, sponge profiles, edge trim, solid profiles, dual durometer, weather stripping, window channels, rubber floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheet stock, rubber sheet, and silicon sheet. Contact us to learn more about our water jet cutting, splicing, taping, die cutting, cold bonding, vulcanizing, and molding capabilities.

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  • AUTOMOTIVE PARTS
    Automotive parts are used in cars, trucks, buses, and motorcycles. Rubber auto parts are made of elastomers such as EPDM, NBR, CR, and SBR. Plastic auto parts are made of thermoplastics such as ABS, polyamides, polyacetals, and polycarbonates. Rubber and plastic auto parts are molded or extruded.
  • BUMPERS: Rubber
    Rubber bumpers are solid profiles that provide shock absorption and traction. They are made of various rubber materials and can be recessed or threated. Rubber bumpers are available in different shapes and can resist moisture, dust and corrosion. Extruded rubber bumpers are also available.
  • CUTTING SERVICES: Waterjet
    Waterjet cutting services provide rapid prototyping and cost-effective cutting of rubber parts. Water jet cutting eliminates expensive dies and tooling charges while providing faster cuts in more sizes. Benefits include smooth joints, clean edges, dovetail cuts, and perfect 90-degree corners.
  • DUAL DUROMETER RUBBER
    Dual durometer rubber consists of a higher density compound and a softer rubber material that completes the seal. Dual durometer profiles are made of extruded polymers and can be cut to size with waterjet cutting. The most common dual durometer shape is a bulb seal. The most common material is EPDM.
  • ELASTO METRIC MATERIALS
    Elastomeric materials are polymers that have the elastic properties of natural rubber. They include IIR, CR, CSM, ECO, AEM, and EPDM elastomers. Elastomeric compounds can be used as a substitute for rubber, silicone, or latex and are processed via extrusion or injection and blow molding.
  • EXTRUSIONS
    Extrusions have a fixed, cross-sectional profile. Extruded rubber is pushed or drawn-through dies in a continuous or semi-continuous process. Manufacturing processes include hot, cold, and warm extrusion and direct, indirect, and hydrostatic extrusion. Plastics extrusion also produces seals.
  • EXTRUSIONS: Rubber
    Rubber extrusions have a fixed, cross-sectional profile. Extruded rubber parts include specialty seals, rubber gaskets, custom U-channels and extruded profiles. Material compounds for extruded rubber products include EPDM, neoprene, natural rubber, nitrile, polyurethane, and silicone.
  • EXTRUSIONS: Silicone
    Silicone extrusions are used as oven seals, door seals, and window seals; medical tubing and rubber gaskets; and electronic enclosures. Extruded silicone seals have a fixed, cross-dimensional profile and can be made of food grade (FDA, NSF), medical grade, or MIL-SPEC rubber materials such as EPDM.
  • FOAM
    Foam is made by trapping gas bubbles in a liquid or solid. Industrial applications for foam products include sealing, packaging, insulation, and cushioning. Polyurethane foam is usually ester and ether-based. Polyethylene foam may be closed cell or cross-linked, and blown or laminated.
  • GASKETING
    Gasketing fills spaces between surfaces and prevents leakage under compressive loads. Gaskets are mechanical seals that tightly fill spaces and accommodate surface irregularities, but that yield and deform within acceptable tolerances. Rubber gasketing includes O-rings.
  • GASKETS
    Gaskets are mechanical seals that fill spaces between surfaces and prevent leakage under compressive loads. They are made of rubber materials such as neoprene, nitrile, PTFE, or plastic polymers. Gaskets include O-rings and are used in various piping, manufacturing, and industrial applications.
  • GASKETS: Custom
    Custom gaskets are designed and fabricated according to customer specifications. They are made of rubber materials or plastic and produced via die cutting or water jet cutting, and made of molded or extruded rubber materials. Gasket materials include neoprene, nitrile, silicone, and PTFE.
  • GASKETS: Die Cut
    Die cut gaskets are produced by die cutting, a custom fabrication process that uses specialized tools called dies. Types include adhesive, bezel, enclosure, case, LCD, and EMI shielding gaskets. Die cut gaskets are made of foam, silicone, neoprene, and other plastic or rubber materials.
  • GASKETS: Extruded & Spliced
    Extruded and spliced gaskets are made of extruded materials and then spliced. They include low closure force seals, hollow O-rings, extruded profiles, and large diameter seals that cannot be molded. Extruded and spliced gaskets can be vulcanized from D-channels and U-channels.
  • GASKETS: High Temperature
    High temperature gaskets are made of specialty plastics and elastomeric materials that can withstand high temperatures. They are used as high-temperature door seals; as furnace, oven, and boiler joints; and in engine exhaust systems. High temperature gaskets can be reinforced with knitted wire mesh.
  • GASKETS: Industrial
    Industrial gaskets create a positive seal between two relatively stationary parts. By creating pressure at the gasketed joint, they seal system fluids and prevent leakage. Industrial gaskets are made of materials that can withstand chemicals, system temperatures, and corrosion.
  • GASKETS: Molded
    Molded gaskets are made of plastics or elastomers and available in various cross-sections. Rubber molded gaskets are often made of silicone, nitrile, SBR, neoprene, EPDM, and butyl. Rubber molding processes for gaskets include injection molding, transfer molding, and compression molding.
  • GASKETS: Neoprene
    Neoprene gaskets offer resistance to oil, petroleum, ozone, heat, and sunlight across a wide temperature range. They can be fabricated via water jet cutting or die cutting, and are used with equipment and machinery. Applications for neoprene gaskets include compressors, turbines, and engines.
  • GASKETS: Nitrile Rubber
    Nitrile rubber gaskets offer excellent resistance to oils, solvents, and fuels. They also provide good abrasion resistance, good impermeability to gas, and good resilience to temperature extremes. Nitrile rubber gaskets are available in specialty rubber materials such as FDA nitrile.
  • GASKETS: Rubber
    Rubber gaskets are produced by extrusion or molding and die cutting or water jet cutting. They are made of silicone, EPDM, neoprene, nitrile, and other natural and synthetic rubbers. Rubber gaskets are designed to prevent leakage and differ in terms of tensile strength and chemical resistance.
  • GASKETS: Rubber, Extruded
    Extruded rubber gaskets are made via extrusion, a fabrication process in which rubber is pushed or drawn-through dies. Extruded rubber gaskets have a fixed, cross-sectional profile and can be spliced and cut-to-length. Pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) can be applied to extruded rubber gaskets.
  • GASKETS: Rubber, Synthetic
    Synthetic rubber gaskets provide greater resistance to abrasion, water, and wear than gaskets made of natural rubber. Synthetic rubber materials such as SBR, GRS, and Buna-N also offer better heat resistance. Synthetic rubber gaskets can be molded or extruded and die cut or water jet cut.
  • GASKETS: Silicone
    Silicone gaskets are made of solid, sponge, and foam materials. They are good for heavy water spray sealing over a wide temperature range, and provide UV and ozone resistance. Solid silicone gaskets, sponge silicone gaskets, and silicone foam gaskets are made by die cutting or water jet cutting.
  • GASKETS: Sponge Rubber
    Sponge rubber gaskets are made from natural rubber, neoprene, butyl, nitrile, and other elastomeric materials. They provide general-purpose sealing, prevent leakage, and have a high strength-to-weight ratio. Silicone sponge rubber gaskets are used in higher temperature applications.
  • GROMMETS: Rubber
    Rubber grommets or eyelets are ring-shaped rubber components that provide reinforcement and protection. They provide smooth edges for rough, hole-shaped openings on metal surfaces. Rubber grommets also protect materials or components that pass-through the hole. Specifications include hole diameter.
  • Hard Rubber & Molded Rubber Products
    Hard rubber and molded rubber products are used in a variety of industrial, commercial, and medical applications. Hard rubber includes semi and ebonite, a non-resilient elastomer formed by vulcanizing natural rubber. Molded rubber products are made by injection, compression, or transfer molding.
  • HOSE: Rubber
    Rubber hose is used to convey fluids or gases in hydraulic, pneumatic, and industrial applications. Hose materials include neoprene, nitrile and EPDM. Consider resistance to flame, chemicals, temperature, ozone and weather when choosing rubber hose.
  • INSULATION: Rubber
    Rubber insulation is used with machinery, motors, generators, transformers, engines, pipes, and other equipment for thermal, electrical, or acoustic insulation. Natural rubber does not conduct electricity and is a good insulator. Rubber insulation is available as hose (tubes) or sheets.
  • MOLDED RUBBER GOODS
    Molded rubber goods are available in standard and custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Molded rubber goods include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheets and sheet stock.
  • MOLDED RUBBER PRODUCTS
    Molded rubber products are available in standard and custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Molded rubber products include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheets and sheet stock.
  • PLASTIC: Custom Mold Injection
    Custom mold injection plastic, or custom plastic injection molding, is used to produce plastic parts made from materials such as PVC, HDPE, LDPE, PP, and nylon. Examples of custom mold injection plastic parts include caps, plugs, tubes, handles, knobs, holders, rods, links, bearings, and housings.
  • PLASTICS: Custom Mold Injection
    Custom mold injection plastic, or custom plastics injection molding, is used to produce plastic parts made from materials such as PVC, HDPE, LDPE, PP, and nylon. Examples of custom mold injection plastics include caps, plugs, tubes, handles, knobs, holders, rods, links, bearings, and housings.
  • PLASTICS: Injection Molded
    Injected molded plastics are produced by injecting materials such thermoplastic or thermosetting polymers into a mold. Plastic materials are fed into a heated barrel and then forced into a mold cavity, where the plastic parts cool. Injected molded plastics use custom molds from a moldmaker.
  • PROFILES: Extruded Rubber
    Extruded rubber profiles have a fixed cross-sectional shape and are made of elastomers such as EPDM, nitrile, and silicone. Extruded rubber profiles provide dimensional stability, design flexibility, and high tensile strength. Extruded rubber sections can use standard or custom shapes.
  • RUBBER
    Rubber is made from natural or synthetic materials and used in the production of parts such as seals, gaskets, profiles, weatherstripping, bumpers, floor matting, and tubing. Types of rubber include acrylic, butyl, nitrile, polyurethane, styrene butadiene, and silicone and fluorosilicone rubber.
  • RUBBER & ELASTOMERIC MOULDED GOODS
    Rubber and elastomeric moulded goods are available in standard and custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Categories include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER CUT PARTS
    Rubber cut parts are fabricated via die cutting or water jet cutting. Die cut parts aren’t quite square and require the use of specialized tools called dies. Water jet cut parts do not require metal tooling and have cleaner joints and smoother edges. Custom rubber cut parts are available.
  • RUBBER FABRICATION
    Rubber fabrication includes water jet cutting, die cutting, cold bonding, vulcanizing, and molding. Film splicing, cold bonding, C-press injection molding, and vulcanizing are available. Rubber fabrication can use a heat-activated adhesive taping system (HATS) or pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA).
  • RUBBER GASKETS: Die Cut
    Die cut rubber gaskets are produced by die cutting, a custom fabrication process that uses specialized tools called dies. Types include adhesive, bezel, enclosure, case, LCD, and EMI shielding gaskets. Die cut rubber gaskets can be made of foam, silicone, neoprene, or other rubber materials.
  • RUBBER GOODS
    Rubber goods are available in standard and custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Types of rubber goods include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and rubber sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER GOODS: Die Cut, Custom
    Custom die cut rubber gaskets are made by die cutting, a custom fabrication process that uses tools called dies. Custom die cut rubber gaskets can be made of foam, silicone, neoprene, or other rubber materials. Custom gasket types include adhesive, bezel, enclosure, case, LCD, and EMI shielding.
  • RUBBER GOODS: Extruded
    Extruded rubber goods are made via extrusion, a fabrication process in which rubber is pushed or drawn-through dies. Extruded rubber goods may have a fixed, cross-sectional profile and then spliced and cut-to-length. Pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) can be applied to extruded rubber goods.
  • RUBBER GOODS: Foam
    Foam rubber goods are used industrial applications such as sealing, packaging, insulation, and cushioning. Foam is made by trapping gas bubbles in a solid or liquid. Polyethylene foam may be blown or laminated, and closed cell or cross-linked. Polyurethane foam is usually ester and ether-based
  • RUBBER GOODS: Industrial
    Industrial rubber goods are available in standard and custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Industrial rubber goods include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER GOODS: Silicone
    Silicone rubber goods include bulb trim seals, dual durometer (duro) rubber, edge trim, floor mats, industrial tubing, rubber sheet and sheet stock, solid and sponge profiles, weather stripping, and window channels. Silicone rubber goods come in many standard and custom shapes and sizes.
  • RUBBER GOODS: Sponge
    Sponge rubber goods are made from natural rubber, neoprene, butyl, nitrile, and other elastomeric materials. They provide general-purpose sealing, prevent leakage, and have a high strength-to-weight ratio. Silicone sponge rubber goods are used in higher temperature applications.
  • RUBBER INJECTION MOLDING
    Rubber injection molding has higher setup costs than other rubber molding methods, but is cost-effective for higher volume production runs because of automation. Types of rubber injection molding include liquid injection molding and the use of high-consistency silicone rubber (HCR) or gum stock.
  • RUBBER MOULDING
    Rubber moulding produces rubber parts in standard and custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Rubber moulding include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER PARTS
    Rubber parts are available in standard and custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Rubber parts include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER PARTS: Die Cut
    Die cut rubber parts are produced via die cutting, a part fabrication process. Types of die cut rubber parts include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and rubber sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER PRODUCTS
    Rubber products are used in automotive, construction, defense, electronics, food equipment, green power, mass transit, medical equipment and mobile specialty vehicle applications. They are made of rubber compounds such as EPDM and silicone, and custom fabricated in low to medium quantities.
  • RUBBER PRODUCTS: Industrial
    Industrial rubber products are available in standard and custom shapes, sizes and materials. Industrial rubber products include bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER PRODUCTS: Silicone
    Silicone rubber products are made of a stable, temperature-resistant elastomer that resists extreme environments over a wide temperature range. Silicone rubber products are easy to manufacture and shape, and can vulcanized to set or cure the polymer into a rubber-like form for industrial uses.
  • RUBBER SEALS
    Rubber seals are used to prevent leaks between mating surfaces. As mechanical seals, they are used in dynamic sealing and static sealing applications to prevent the leakage of fluids. Butyl, nitrile, and silicone are common materials for rubber seals. Cross-sectional shapes include O-rings.
  • RUBBER SHEETS: Silicone
    Silicone rubber sheets are used over a wide temperature range and provide superior resistance to water. They are made of commercial grade, high temperature, cloth inserted, textured, transparent, translucent, and FDA approved silicone rubber. Silicone rubber sheets may be sold in rolls.
  • RUBBER SPLICING SERVICES
    Rubber splicing services include film splicing, cold bonding, C-press injection molding, and vulcanizing. Selecting the best rubber splicing services for industrial applications requires an analysis of run quantity, performance requirements, material type, and tooling costs.
  • RUBBER TUBING
    Rubber tubing is used to convey fluids and gases in hydraulic, pneumatic, medical, and industrial applications. They are made of elastomeric materials that have high yield strengths and can be stretched without permanent deformation. Silicone tubing and medical tubing are types of rubber tubing.
  • RUBBER: Bulb Trim Seal
    Rubber bulb trim seals are profiles used in sealing applications. They can be attached with a heat-activated taped system (HATS). Types of rubber bulb trim seals include accordion, bulb, flap, slide-out, tape and trim seals. Bulb seals and trim seals also include edge trims and rubber extrusions
  • RUBBER: Closed Cell Sponge
    Closed cell sponge rubber or expanded rubber consists of cells that hold nitrogen gas and prevent the passage of moisture. Types of closed cell sponge rubber include neoprene, EPDM, epichlorohydrin (ECH), ensolite vinyl, and blended rubber compounds. Silicone sponge rubber is commonly used.
  • RUBBER: Edge Trim
    Rubber edge trim is used to finish and protect exposed metal edges on surfaces such as tables and machinery. Rubber edge trim is designed for tight radius applications and can be pressed into place or attached with an adhesive. Materials used in rubber edge trim include EPDM and PVC.
  • RUBBER: Extruded
    Extruded rubber is formed via extrusion and includes rubber products made of EPDM, neoprene, natural rubber, nitrile, polyurethane, and silicone. Extruded rubber parts include specialty seals, rubber gaskets, custom U-channels and extruded profiles. Rubber extrusion is used in many applications.
  • RUBBER: Extruded, Neoprene
    Extruded neoprene rubber is used in O-rings, profiles, weatherstripping, specialty seals and other rubber products. A synthetic polymer that resembles natural rubber, neoprene is resistant to oil, heat, and weathering. Extruded neoprene rubber is formed via various extrusion processes.
  • RUBBER: Heater Hose
    Rubber heater hose is designed for use with coolants in automotive and industrial applications. Product specifications for rubber heater hose include inside diameter, size, material, maximum working temperature, pressure in pounds per square inch (PSI), pipe or fitting type, and function.
  • RUBBER: Industrial
    Industrial rubber is used to make sealing products for industrial applications. Types of industrial rubber products include bulb trim seals, sponge profiles, edge trim, solid profiles, dual durometer, weather stripping, window channels, rubber floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER: Inflatable Seal
    Inflatable seal rubber is used to make inflatable seals, fabric-reinforced tubes that are used between a mounting and striking surface in a concave, flat, or convoluted configuration. When inflated with air, inflatable seal rubber expands to the striking surface and forms a positive seal.
  • RUBBER: Injection Molded
    Injection molded rubber is used in rubber parts and rubber-to-metal assemblies. Rubber injection molding provides superior repeatability, high precision, and support for complex geometries. Injected molded rubber parts and materials are used in industrial applications.
  • RUBBER: Latches
    Rubber latches eliminate the need for springs and help to minimize noise and vibration. Because they are flexible, rubber latches are also self-compensating for alignment variations. Rubber of elastomer draw latches can have a tab handle, a T-handle, assisted latching, or over-center latching.
  • RUBBER: Moulded
    Moulded rubber is used in products such as bulb trim seals, edge trim, solid and sponge profiles, dual durometer (duro), weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, and sheets and sheet stock. Moulded rubber parts also include caps, boots, grommets, gaskets, and hoses.
  • RUBBER: Neoprene
    Neoprene rubber is a type of synthetic rubber that is resistant to many chemicals, greases, and petroleum-based oils. For applications that involve exposure to high temperatures over long periods of time, neoprene rubber is better than natural rubber. Neoprene also resists UV and oxidation.
  • RUBBER: Sheet
    Rubber sheets can be made into rubber parts such as seals, gaskets, and floor matting. Rubber sheets can be molded or extruded, and are often sold by the roll. Water jet cutting equipment is used to cut rubber sheets into custom fabricated rubber parts with clean edges and 90-degree corners.
  • RUBBER: Silicone
    Silicone rubber retains flexibility, resilience, and tensile strength over a wide temperature range. Silicone rubber parts include bulb trim seals, edge trim, profiles, dual durometer rubber, weather stripping, window channels, floor matting, industrial tubing, sheets and sheet stock.
  • RUBBER: Sponge
    Sponge rubber is made from natural rubber, neoprene, butyl, nitrile, and other elastomeric materials. It has a high strength-to-weight ratio and helps prevent leakage. Sponge rubber can be open cell or closed cell, and consists of interconnected cells that provide cushioning and thermal insulation.
  • RUBBER: Sponge Extruded
    Extruded sponge rubber is formed via extrusion, a production method that allows rubber goods to be run in continuous lengths of the same cross section. Extruded sponge rubber is lightweight and suitable for general-purpose sealing. Sponge rubber extrusions can be open cell or closed cell.
  • RUBBER: Weatherstrip
    Rubber weather strip or rubber weather stripping is used to winterize and weatherize doors and windows, protecting interior areas from hot or cold temperatures, wind, and weather. Rubber weather strip is used in applications ranging from building and construction to automotive and specialty vehicles.
  • SHEETS & SHEETINGS: Rubber & Rubberized
    Rubber and rubberized sheets and sheetings can be made into rubber parts such as seals, gaskets, and floor matting. Rubber and rubberized sheets and sheetings can be molded or extruded, sold by the roll, and cut into rubber parts with custom fabricated rubber parts.
  • SILICONE: Extruded
    Extruded silicone resists UV, silicone, weathering, and high or low temperatures. Extruded silicone can also have round, flat, E-shaped, or U-shaped profiles for use as door seals and access panel seals. Extruded flat silicone foam has voids and is used in air-tight seals that are easy to install.
  • SOLID PROFILE RUBBER
    Solid profile rubber is used with doors and windows, cars and trucks, noise protection systems, and green power projects such as wind and solar energy. Solid profile rubber is made of materials such as EPDM and NBR, and can provide resistance to petroleum, oils, weather, UV, and ozone.
  • SPONGE PROFILE RUBBER
    Sponge profile rubber has a smooth, closed surface and is made of materials such as EPDM, CR, and natural rubber. Sponge profile rubber profiles include products such as accordion seals, bulb seals, door seals, D-strips, and lip seals, and sponge cord.
  • WATERJET CUTTING: Contract
    Contract waterjet cutting services provide rapid prototyping and cost-effective cutting of custom rubber parts while eliminating dies and tooling charges and providing faster cuts in more sizes. Water jet cutting services provide smooth joints, clean edges, dovetail cuts, and 90-degree corners.

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