The BEST goes into making the BEST
The Polymers and Elastomers Used:
a. Natural Rubber
b. Synthetic Rubber:
The Synthetic Rubbers are sourced from Leading Global Manufacturers like DUPONT, 3M, KOREA KUMHO, LANXESS & Momentive (BAYER)
Hitech, Birla, Reliance, HP, NOCIL, Lord Chemicals, Sumitomo Chemicals, Philips Carbon Black Limited and BAYER supply the Fillers and Rubber Chemicals. By using these market leaders materials, we achieve the desired Rubber Compound Quality as per the Customer Specification.
Compound Design Capability:
Compound Design capability is our expertise to meet Customer Specification.
Forming the product by ‘Hot Compression’ and ‘Injection Moulding’ technologies.
Hot Compression Moulding
Hot Compression Moulding is a method of moulding in which the moulding material, generally preheated, is first placed in an open, heated mould cavity. The mould is closed with a top force or plug member, pressure is applied to force the material into contact with all mould areas, while heat and pressure are maintained until the moulding material has cured. The process employs thermosetting resins in a partially cured stage, either in the form of granules, putty-like masses, or preforms.
Rubber Injection Moulding
Rubber Injection Moulding is arguably the latest technology advancement in the Rubber Moulding Process. Although the injection of Rubber has been existent for over 3 decades, the modern day machine uses a lot of Artificial Intelligence and close Loop technologies. These contemporary technologies ensure consistency in quality and this is of much importance as Rubber process has many process variables and control of each critical, elimination of human error and human fatigue. The new generation machines are also supportive of the environmental cause by consuming 40% lesser power than their earlier gen counterparts.