Rubber Extrusion

Extrusion is the process of forcing a metal or a workpiece through a die to reduce its cross-section or shape it into whatever design you want. In pipe and steel rod production, this method is frequently employed. The force pushing the workpiece out is compressive in nature. The process of extruding involves forcing a metal workpiece through a die, which compresses the material and causes it to shrink. In comparison to drawing in one pass, this method causes greater deformation. The most prevalent materials extruded are plastic and aluminium.

Extruded products, for example, window and door profiles, siding, pipes, blinds, transparent compounds, fencing, interior profiles, planks, and sheets are often produced without plasticizers. Medical instruments and tubing, as well as flexible formulations, are used to produce gaskets, some piping (e.g., irrigation pipe), certain medical tools, and water-stop seals. As a result, the most popular combination is that for a firm product.

Our extruded products range from manufacturing rubber pipe seals of the various profiles, car mouldings, gaskets for traffic light seal, door seal for high-temperature oven, skirting rubber, docking rubber. There are made from a wide range of materials, including natural and synthetic rubbers, thermoplastics, elastomers and other polymers. These materials can be blended together to produce an endless variety of different properties for the final product. Vsrp provides these services in many areas, such as manufacturing rubber pipe seals of various profiles, car mouldings gaskets for traffic lights seal sealing door seal for high-temperature ovens skirting rubber docking rubber etc.

Rubber Extrusion Cater To A Wide Range Of Specific Uses And Environments

VSRP can produce and design to your specific needs in small or large production runs. This indicates that our selection is very broad. The design and composition of the extruded profile, as well as the type of rubber utilised and the hardness of the rubber, are all tailored to your end-use. It’s all about how the extrusion performs in its intended role as well as how long the rubber lasts when placed into use.

The process works by forcing a material, often thermoplastic, through an extruder die to form long strands of the desired cross-sectional shape. These are then cut into pellets or sheets and cooled. Extruders are used in all types of industries including food, construction materials, automotive parts and many more.

The material is pushed through a die to form the desired shape, and then it is cut to size by a slitting or shearing machine. The most common extrusion processes use polymers such as plastic, rubber, and many types of metal alloys. Extrusions are commonly used in building products such as pipes and tubes for plumbing or wiring insulation; profiles for drywalling systems; galley pans for marine environments; architectural cladding panels; window frames and doors with integrated glazing units (IGUs); shaped windows with IGUs where the glass thickness varies along the window’s length to control thermal properties, etcetera

The company’s product range includes extruded products like rubber pipe seals of different profiles, car mouldings and gaskets for traffic light seal among others. These are manufactured using superior quality raw materials sourced from market-leading vendors. This allows manufacturers to create fabrics with unique properties like stretchiness or elasticity in one fell swoop–eliminating the need for multiple steps in production.