Technical Rubbers​

Engineered rubbers are an extremely versatile material that has found applications in many areas of industry. Their elastic and strength properties make them invaluable in the manufacture of all sorts of components. Some of the most popular applications for technical rubbers are in the automotive, construction and white goods industries. Rubber gaskets, rubber profiles or bumpers are just some examples of products made from this material. Thanks to their flexibility and durability, technical rubbers provide excellent protection against vibrations and guarantee the long-term use of rubber components. Technical rubbers are most often made of EPDM, NBR or SBR rubber.

Components made of rubber can also be found in the food industry. Special rubber moulds for food packaging and conveyor belts for food products are produced. Stoppers and gaskets made of rubber are used in bottles and jars. They provide high quality airtightness and storage safety for foodstuffs. The role of rubbers in the chemical industry should not be forgotten either. They are used to make pipes, hoses and tubes resistant to various chemicals. Technical rubbers are also indispensable in the pharmaceutical industry, where they are used as seals for drug packaging and components for the manufacture of medical devices.

In summary, technical rubbers are a versatile material with a wide range of applications. A number of their properties make them invaluable in many areas of industry. Without them, many of the products we use or rely on every day would not be possible.

NBR technical rubber

NBR rubber is one of the most popular types of rubber used in various industries. NBR, or acrylonitrile butadiene rubber, has excellent resistance to the adverse effects of oils, fuels, water and chemicals. As a result, it is often used in the manufacture of seals, bushings, pipes and other components that require tightness and protection from chemicals. Thanks to its antistatic properties, NBR rubber is also used in the production of gloves and many components that may come into contact with foodstuffs. NBR rubber is an extremely versatile material that is used in a wide range of industries.

SBR technical rubber

SBR rubber, or styrene-butadiene rubber, is another popular type of rubber used in industry. It is characterised by its high abrasion and tensile resistance, which makes it ideal for the production of car tyres and other automotive components. In addition, SBR rubber is also used in the construction industry, as insulation material for pipes and roofs and in the production of floor coverings.

EPDM technical rubber

EPDM rubber, or ethylene propylene diene rubber, is also a very popular material used in various industries. It has excellent resistance to atmospheric conditions such as UV radiation and significant temperature differences. As a result, it is often used for window and door seals, roofing and insulation components. EPDM rubber is also flexible and durable, making it ideal for sanitary and plumbing applications. Due to its antistatic properties, EPDM rubber is also used in the electronics industry. One of its main strengths is its low toxicity and recyclability, making it an environmentally friendly material.

Manufacturer of technical rubbers MOL-ROMGUM

For more than 30 years, we have specialised in the production of rubber components based on NBR, SBR and EPDM rubbers. We specialise in the production of rubber seals, rubber profiles and rubber compounds. Our products are used in the white goods, processing, construction and automotive industries, among others. We ship products to many countries such as Argentina, Germany, Lithuania and Romania. We are able to produce customised gaskets, profiles or rubber compounds to meet specific standards or customer requirements. You are welcome to contact us.