Bonding & Molding of other Plastics
Bonding rubber to metal is a process that adheres rubber to high temperature resistant materials. The bonding process is accomplished by insert molding that encapsulates the bonded rubber to various metal parts.
These molded parts are also used where product reinforcement is required. The insert molding process can produce a bond that is stronger than the rubber material. The bonds achieved by insert molding are stronger than glued parts. Insert molding is a very cost-effective process.
Our rubber bonding adhesives bond rubber materials to each other and to metals. Our rubber bonding products will also adhere to: Neoprene, Nitrile, EPDM, SBR, Silicone and FKM.
Our process eliminates time consuming surface preparation that uses expensive materials. Our bonding formulations can be used in rubber bonding processes without surface preparation.
Our bonding process is not only cost efficient, but it is also time saving.