Services from Rubber Labels USA​

Compounding, calendering, printing, die cutting, marking & engraving

We are more than just a rubber labels company: we can provide specialized services such as custom compounding, calendering, printing (flexible media), and mark and die-cut rubber materials.

CUSTOM, SMALL BATCH RUBBER COMPOUNDING

We offer custom, small batch rubber compounding in full color range and a wide variety of elastomer types:
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CALENDERING

We offer low gauge, high precision rubber calendering in full color range and a wide variety of elastomer types:

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PRINTING

We specialize in printing on rubber and other flexible and elastomeric substrates utilizing custom solvent inks:

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DIE CUTTING

We provide fully integrated services: custom compounding, calendering and die-cutting, using your formulation or custom designed formulation.

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Standard Colors

Red

Orange

Yellow

Beige

Blue

Green

White

Black

Elastomer Types

Natural Rubber (NR)​

High resilience and tensile strength; good abrasion resistance; Poor oil and weathering resistance. Typical temperature range: -50°C to +100°C (-58°Fto +212°F). ​

Styrene Butadiene (SBR)

High tensile strength, better abrasion resistance, poorer fatigue resistance. Used in tires, conveyor belts, molded rubber goods, shoe soles and roll coverings

Nitrile (NBR)​

Excellent hydrocarbon oil/fuel resistance and resilience. Limited weathering resistance. Typical temperature range: -30°C to +120°C (-22°F to +248°F). Used in sealing and matting applications. ​

Ethylene Propylene (EPDM)​

Excellent ozone/weathering resistance; excellent hot water and steam resistance; good resistance to inorganic and polar organic chemicals. Low resistance to hydrocarbons. Typical temperature range: -45°C to +150°C (-49°F to +302°F), up to +180°C (+356°F) in steam.

Polychloroprene (Neoprene)​

Good weather and ozone resistance, and fair resistance to inorganics. Moderate oil resistance and limited temperature resistance. Typical temperature range: -40°C to +120°C (-40°F to +248°F). Useful in pneumatic applications.

NEED HELP WITH YOUR PROJECT? Call (+1) 877-348-3795

Rubber Labels USA LLC 500 BIC Drive,
Building 2 (rear) Milford CT 06461 USA

(+1) 203-206-4161

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