Rubber extrusions make for popular covers when finishing products such as furnishings, equipment and decorative trimming, as well as sealing and controlling noise and vibration. With so many different application uses, no one size fits all and we create custom made sponge extrusions for even the most demanding of projects.
We can make extrusions in a wide range of densities and hardnesses as well bespoke shapes and sizes for all manner of applications using EPDM or Neoprene Sponge, depending which material is best suited to your requirements.
EPDM (also known as Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is an expanded closed cell sponge. Its versatility ensures that it's resistant to UV and weathering and has high ageing stability. Due to its closed cell structure it is entirely water and air resistant. An incredibly flexible and resistant sponge rubber that we're able to develop in a wide range of densities, sizes, rolls, blocks, sheets which can all be applied with a self-adhesive, if required.
Our Neoprene Sponge Rubbers combine strength and durability with optimum resistance to ageing, weathering, UV and ozone. Neoprene is closed cell, flame retardant and made from a synthetic, polymerised chloroprene rubber.
We can also bond our rubber extrusions with adhesive backing as pictured above. This shaped tube foam has been backed with a high performance heat-activated acrylic tape to help when mounting, bonding and joining to varying materials.
Common types of applications we work with at Zouch for rubber extrusions:
- Door seals and door strips
- Edge trims
- Window sealing profiles
- Cushioning for seals
- Sound insulation
- Capping profiles
- Automotive boot seals
- White Electricals
- General sealing
- Drainage Systems
- Marine Windows
Common types industries we work with at Zouch for rubber extrusions:
Provision of samples
We offer a closer look at our product ranges by supplying free samples, as well as project advice. Get in touch with our expert team for more information about free samples of our closed cell foam.
No matter the project, we have a team of technical experts at your disposal to help you choose the right material for your next innovation. From first call to the finished item, we can help you every step of the way and offer technical support and advice on the best product for your specific application or assembly process needs. Simply contact us to speak to one of our experts.