The rubber parts are primarily intended for sealing or cushioning parts of machinery. They require sophisticated design and construction of a tool (mould) for the manufacture of a rubber work. The production takes place in heated moulds compressed by hydraulic (vulcanizing) presses. The production technology depends on the shape and complexity of the rubber parts.
We produce in the following way:
- CM - (compression moulding) compression moulding is a production technology in which the raw mixture is inserted directly into the heated mould imprint and when the mould is closed, the part is formed and the rubber compound is then vulcanized.
- TM - (transfer moulding) transfer moulding is a production technology in which the raw mixture is inserted into the chamber (container) and when the mould is closed, the transfer (transfer) from the chamber through the inlets to the heated mould imprint and subsequent vulcanization of the rubber mixture.
- IM - (injection moulding) injection moulding is a production technology in which the raw mixture is inserted into a curing press screw, which fills the chamber (reservoir) and then injects hydraulically from the chamber through the inlets into the heated and closed mould imprint. Subsequently, the rubber mixture is vulcanized.
Our production possibilities of rubber parts:
- up to 350x700x1000 mm
- up to 500 kg
- up to 60 kg rubber weight
- hardness 30 - 100 ShA
Industrial use of rubber parts
- Machinery - production of machines
- Steel industry - production of steel and other metals
- Paper industry - production of paper and paper products
- Timber industry - processing of wood and wood products
- Textile industry - production of textiles and textile products
- Mining and mining industry - processing of raw materials
- Glass industry - production of glass and glass products
- Electrical industry - production of electricity and electronic components
- Food industry - food processing
- Construction industry - production and processing of building materials and products
- Chemical industry - processing of oil, rubber and plastics
- Waste industry - water treatment plants, waste separation