Rubber bonded to metal sealing parts are seals that incorporate the seal and another component in one part to help ease installation and reduce assembly costs. The seals may include complicated parts such as Rubber bonded to various metals such as 304SS, 316SS, 410, 4140 etc or bonded to a plastic or filler material. By molding the rubber seal directly to the mating metal or plastic components, various benifits can be achieved. Some of which are:
● Design simplification by using one part instead of two or more.
● Tighter tolerances thus avoiding tolerance stack-up.
● Eliminating seal to component installation process thus reducing defects and related costs.
Natural Rubber bonded to metal sealing part
According to your requirements.
NBR, HNBR, FKM, VMQ, ACM, EPDM
Black, brown or as you required
20-90 Shore a
We will provide free samples
FOB, CIF, EXW, etc
Shanghai or Ningbo
T/T or West union
ISO9001, IATF16949, SGS, ROSH, FDA, REACH, etc
Q: Are you manufacturer or trading company?
A: We are manufacturer.
Q: How to get the quickest quotation?
A: Send e-mail with drawing directly.
Q: How to get quotation without drawing?
A: Possible send sample, pictures or detail descriptions of products to us, we will return you drawing for confirm.
Q: My custom products have already been developed on CAD. Can you use the drawings?
A. Yes! DWG, DXF, IGES, Solidworks and Rhino files can all be used to generate quotes, models and mould tools - this can save time and money in producing your parts.
Q: Can I test my idea/product before committing to mould tool manufacture?
A. Yes, we can use CAD drawings to make models for design and functional evaluations.
Q: What type of plastic material is best for my design/product?
A. Materials selection depends on the application of your design and the environment in which it will function. We will be happy to discuss the alternatives and suggest the best material.
Q: How about sample?
A: Free sample is available for your quality evaluation, but you should pay the freight. Regarding customize products, sample and mould order will go first before mass production.