Production methods  

  • The compression method is used for large surface products, for products with reinforcing inserts such as metal or textiles, and for products that must be vulcanized using long heating periods at low temperatures.
  • With the transfer-moulding method the vulcanization time is shortened, there is less waste produced and better accuracy is achieved with less reworking, due to the reduced flash on the final product.
  • The injection moulding method is used mainly for large serial production. Short heating periods result in an affordable price per item
  • Additionally, we can process fluid silicone (LSR) using the injection moulding method

Whichever method you choose depends on many factors, e.g. the size of the produced parts, the geometric properties, shape, measurement accuracy, number of produced parts and, of course, the raw material or rubber compound that is desired.