Custom Molded Services

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Holz Rubber has provided custom molded services, including rubber molded products for more than 80 years. We offer engineering and business solutions along with a full range of manufacturing capabilities to help our clients.

Our Custom Molded Rubber Parts Can:

  • Improve efficiencies
  • Maximize investments
  • Reduce failures
  • Meet operational requirements
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Our custom molded rubber team combines the technical expertise and engineering excellence, with decades of experience not only to meet, but exceed our customers’ expectations.

 

Whether you need an all rubber component, bond to any substrate, mild steel to the most exotic alloys, or plastic bonding, we supply turnkey parts.

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Our In-House Services Include:

  • Rubber mold design and manufacturing
  • 3-D modeling with the latest software
  • Turnkey parts
  • Laboratory services
  • R&D facilities including an in-house chemist
  • Strict quality control measures
  • Technical know-how
  • World-class customer service

M5368-ASSEMBLY-custom-4Our rubber manufacturing capabilities include injection molded products, compression molded products, rubber transfer molding, and rubber bonding to all alloys and/or plastics and thermoplastics. We work with all polymers including NBR, HNBR, Gum/Natural, FKM, FFKM, AFLAS, EPDM and SBR.

From our seven-acre manufacturing facility located in Lodi, California, we have a variety of equipment and process that allows us to produce parts from a few grams up to hundreds of pounds.

We provide critical rubber components to the power generation, oil/gas exploration & refining, manufacturing/O.E.M., water & waste management, mining, chemical and other industrial market segments.

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