Choosing the right rubber polymers for your requirement is of the utmost importance. Rubber polymers have different properties depending on the compound it is made of. Check the table below to see some of the rubber polymers we work with.
Wye Valley Precision Engineering Ltd, being rubber moulding specialists have the ability to be involved at all stages of rubber component manufacturing. From custom tool design to suit the specifications required, through to delivery, our understanding of the industry and the materials involved is second to none.
A vulcanised rubber compound’s property is to a large degree determined by the polymer on which it is made. There is a wide range of compounding ingredients that can be added to enhance the performance and change its properties as well as reducing cost.
The physical and chemical properties of the end product are determined by the rubber polymer and the other ingredients used in the production process. We use our experience to make sure your product has the right combination of polymer and compounding ingredients to get a finished product that is suitable for your requirements.
If you do not see the rubber polymers you require for your job, do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Carboxylated Nitrile Rubber
Ethylene Vinyl Acetate
Fluoroelastomer Terpolymer Containing Fluorinated Vinyl Ether
Fluoroelastomer Terpolymer of Tetrafluoroethylene, Propylene & Vinylidene Fluoride
Fluoroelastomer Pentamer containing Tetrafluoroethylene & Fluorinated Vinyl Ether
Fluoroelastomer Pentamer containing Fluorinated Vinyl Ether & Methyloxyfluoroether
FKM LT LT
Nitrile butadiene rubber – high ACN
Nitrile butadiene rubber – low ACN
Nitrile butadiene rubber – medium ACN
Nitrile butadiene rubber/PVC blend
Peroxide-cured Fluoroelastomer Terpolymer
Tetrafluoroethylene- Propylene Copolymer
Hypalon®, Vamac®, Viton®, Neoprene®- Trademarks of DuPont Dow Elastomers
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