You probably don’t think of escalators and elevators as a form of transportation but they play a key role in our lives and help us get from here to there with little effort. Examples of parts we can extrude for escalators are handrails, pads and gaskets and for elevators; astragals, blocks and plates. We have the capability to create your custom quality product to your desired specifications and quantities. At CRE we can help you GO PLACES!
We are your supplier for Garage Door Rubber Components! Just as you take measures to protect the valuables in your home, the same precautions should be made for your garage. Nowadays, most homeowners have not only vehicles but a wide variety of other investments that need to stay out of the elements and secured. Rubber garage door components such as weather stripping and door seals play a key role in preventing rain, dust and dirt from getting in. At Central Rubber Extrusions we can custom extrude garage door components to meet the specifications of our customer’s needs.
At Central Rubber Extrusions we focus on making our customers our utmost priority to do everything we can to assist them with a job or project. Recently, the United States Postal Service reached out to us with a problem that they could not find their original manufacturer for a bulb seal that goes around their door systems. Reverse Engineering a Rubber Product The great thing about Central Rubber is that we are a custom extrusion manufacturer and have the ability to reverse engineer a part as long as we have a sample. Luckily, the U.S.P.S. was able to provide us with a small sample of the bulb seal that they needed so that we could replicate it. With the sample we have the capability of producing a picture of the actual size of the part on our snap machine and transform the picture into an autocad drawing of the part. From that, we then produce the die to make the part. Short Run Manufacturing Capabilities Another great feature about Central Rubber is that we have the ability to do short runs of product with small footage minimum. The question is in a scenario like this, what kind of lead time would this [...]
Our focus is to manufacture custom rubber and plastic parts. Our extensive line of custom rubber and plastic seals and gaskets includes ribbed profiles, sponge rubber bulbs, triangle sections, and lid seals, among other products. If you're searching for a durable seal solution, a rubber seal is a perfect choice. They're flexible, drown out noise, and protect your building from water, sun, and extreme temperatures. Rubber seal application is easy - in just a few simple steps you'll have a high-quality rubber seal installed in one of its many applications, including sound enclosures, heavy machinery, trains, ships and boats. From garage doors to window panes, our seals come in a variety of specially designed shapes. All products are made from custom formulated rubber and sponge rubber compounds that's guaranteed to provide protection from weather and noise for years to come. Whether you'd like to drown out noise, eliminate vibration, or protect your building from the elements, our rubber seals are the perfect solution. With an assortment of profiles and dimensions, Central Rubber Extrusions can help you find the right seal for any job. Rubber Trim parts can be used virtually anywhere a quality decorative or protective edge is needed. They [...]
Durometer is the hardness of a material. In our manufacturing process we use Shore A, Shore D and Shore 00 to gauge the different rubber polymers that we extrude by using a durometer gauge. Hardness may be defined as a material's resistance to permanent indentation. Durometer gauges are also referred to as shore hardness testers, hardness testers, or durometer gauges. Durometer is an important property in how the material will react in the intended environment and application. Its measurement is a unique and valuable gauge to measure for consistency and quality control. The final value of the hardness depends on the depth of the indenter after it has been applied for 15 seconds on the rubber material. If the indenter penetrates 0.100 inch or more into the material, the durometer is 0 for that scale. If it does not penetrate at all, then the durometer is 100 for that scale. It is for this reason that multiple scales exist. Durometer is a dimensionless quantity, and there is no simple relationship between a material's durometer in one scale, and its durometer in any other scale, or by any other hardness test. ASTM D2240 durometers allows for a measurement of the initial hardness, or [...]