Physiochemical direct bonding between thermoplastics and elastomers as well as TPE's are our core competence. On the stable thermoplastic body, the elastic component is injected directly without previous primers.
This means that we can integrate functions into components and enable our customers additional value:
- Very flexible and filigree parts become stable and functionally reliable
- Tightly bonded seals are leak free and need less space
- Lower quality cost and reworking due to reduced assembly effort
- Substitution of metal reduces corrosion and weight
Gaskets of metal lids and housings are bound vulcanized in a injection molding tool. Thus they provide especially compared to free clad seals following advantages:
- precise seal cross-section
- profiled seal cross sections with lips
- a constant cross-section over the entire sealing length
- no butt joint and thus better seal
- no tempering (reheating) required
- required depending on the material no adhesive application
Rubber to metal bonding
Due to the good properties of rubber is obtained for such construction elements, a very large scope. We encounter them in all branches of industry as coupling buffer, friction wheels, bearing pads, elastic roll covers, valve balls, piston body, stators, disc springs, shaft bearings and much more.
Produced as molded articles spring elements with adherent compound of rubber and metal are used as standard components for vibration isolation, shock absorption and impact sound insulation. While the actual spring element is made of rubber, the metal of the stabilizing and fastening serves. Compared with insulators made of other materials offer storage elements made of rubber - metal the advantage that they insulate, dampen and feathers. They are maintenance free, lightweight and easy to assemble. In addition to an extensive program of standardized storage elements that are stored in stock, we are your competent partner in the development of special parts.