Custom Molded Rubber Parts

Custom Molded Rubber PartsCustom Molded Rubber Parts and custom molded products

Seal Science is a complete engineering and manufacturing resource for the development and supply of a wide range of custom molded rubber parts. Seal Science’s material design group provides customers with custom engineered compounds capable of meeting the most stringent application requirements. SSI utilizes both on-site compounding and on-site testing for all types of elastomeric materials.

Seal Science is also structured as an engineering support organization. We can provide application and manufacturing solutions for a wide range of industries. SSI incorporates design engineering, material science, and mechanical and physical property testing in our engineering methodology. Seal Science also utilizes 3-dimensional solid modeling and finite element analysis (FEA) when required for more critical applications. Check out this page for more info on our design capabilities.

Manufacturing Processes:

SSI incorporates many types of manufacturing processes in order to fabricate our custom molded products. With press sizes running from 9″ x 9″ up to to 38″ x 38″, we are able to design and produce small and large volume runs depending on your requirements. Here are the main processes that we use for our rubber products:

  • Compression MoldingCustom rubber parts and custom rubber products
  • Transfer Molding
  • Injection Molding
  • Hand Lay-up Fabrication
  • Cryogenic Deflashing

Rubber Molding Materials

SSI’s materials engineering group provides both custom and COTS (commercial off the shelf) material selections for most application requirements. SSI incorporates the following materials in its engineered rubber selection:

  • Silicone
  • Fluorosilicone
  • Isoprene
  • Nitrile (lubricated and high strength)
  • Perflurorelastomers
  • Styrene-Butadiene (SBR)
  • Conductive Elastomers
  • Ethylene Acrylic
  • Butyl
  • Neoprene/Chloroprene
  • Ethylene Propylene (EPDM)
  • Fluorocarbon
  • Flurorelastomers (Viton®)
  • Aflas®
  • More available

Check out our Material Selection Guide to see how to choose the correct material for your application.

If you are using any specific chemicals in your assembly, go to our Chemical Compatibility page to see if your material choice will work for you. We have material specialists on-site, so if you are still unsure about the right material choice feel free to give us a call.