For rubber to metal bonding, both injection molding and transfer molding processes are used to bond rubber to metal. The process depends upon the part application, specifically the use of the finished product. This an ideal process for bonding rubber to metal and plastic parts, an example of such parts would be gears, shafts, rollers, bumpers, and stops in a wide array of sizes and shapes. Additional uses for this process include rubber components bonded to steel, aluminum, brass, and plastic.
Industries & component experience include:
Rollers, seals, gaskets, handles, and buttons for medical diagnostic equipment.
Cleats, bumpers, rolls, and wheels for heavy-duty conveying applications including mining and large industrial applications.
Pump impellers, diaphragms, bellows, seals and gaskets used for a wide range of heavy-duty, fluid applications.
High pressure, extreme temperature, and harsh environmental condition components.