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REDCO: The Best One-Stop Shop for Custom Molded Rubber

REDCO Rubber Engineering and Development Company specializes in custom rubber covered rollers, but we do so much more. REDCO has been a complete source for precision rubber covered rollers, molded vulcanized rubber products, rubber extrusions, die cut gaskets, fabricated foam products, and related subassembly components. REDCO does it all! We manufacture the best rubber products, emphasizing complete customer satisfaction with a commitment to quality, on time delivery and cost-effective production. If you need prototypes, volume manufacturing, or require production of a subassembly component, REDCO is your one-stop source. Continue reading

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AEP Is an All-In-One Solution for Rubber Rollers

Since 1917 American Elastomer Products has manufactured custom molded rubber products and rollers. We are located in Houston, Texas. We have 99 years of experience in the industry and have served many clients. Some of the industries we serve include oil and gas, plastics, construction, water treatment, printing, medical and aviation. Over the years we have developed some of the latest innovations in our industry. Continue reading

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Uses for Rolls of Rubber

Rubber rolls are simply large rolls of processed synthetic or natural rubber. In the production of rubber, rubber is manufactured in a liquid state. After the rubber forms, it is removed from the liquid and rolled between rollers to smooth the rubber and remove excess moisture. These rubber sheets are then rolled into large rolls and sent to other factories for various uses. You can find rubber rolls used for many of the following manufacturing processes: Continue reading

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Factice for Rubber Rollers

When manufacturing rubber rollers, the right additives can make all the difference. Different additives change the properties of the rubber and can make it suitable for a variety of different uses. The right additives can help soften rubber, make it more pliable, make it more durable, or more resistant to chemicals or sunlight. Many companies offer a huge variety of additives for rubber rollers so that each manufacturing plant that uses the rollers can find the precise rubber mixture ideal for their specific uses. Continue reading

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IQS Newsroom Featured Profile: Western Roller Corporation

Production difficulties can arise in any industry. Yet, it is only in these instances that hard work and dedication can evolve into innovations that can change and improve the entire industry. This was exactly the case when Western Roller Corporation found a way to turn the urethane roller industry into something those in the industry at the time had not even dreamed of. Founder, Richard Collver, was able to create a replaceable tire, made of polyurethane that was able to solve the bonding problems the industry had been struggling with. This dedication to innovation remains strong in the company today, matched only by our dedication to quality. Continue reading

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The Rainbow of Rubber Rollers: All Kinds of Cogs that Keep Things Moving

The concept is this: rubber in all its various elastomeric forms and alternatives offers different levels of friction – or, simply put, grip or give – when bonded to a cylindrical core, creating rollers that can take on then apply substances (like ink or hot stamp foils, heat transfers or labels), collect unwanted particles, move objects along a conveyor, or offer necessary movement within various machinery and automated systems. From soft, spongy paint rollers to hard roller skate wheels, the consistency of rubber rollers varies depending on application: Does it need to be smooth or grooved, slick or sticky? Continue reading

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