Glued gaskets, as cold-bonded gaskets are also called, require no special tooling and cure at ambient temperatures.
Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada (PRWEB) April 08, 2015
Elasto Proxy, custom-fabricator of industrial rubber products, is announcing help for manufacturers who want to learn whether cold bonding is the right splicing technique for their custom rubber gaskets. As Elasto Proxy explains in an on-line article and video, there are many factors to consider.
Cold Bonding vs. Hot Splicing
Cold offers important advantages, but it’s not right for every sealing application. For example, although cold splicing can be used with corners that include odd angles, it’s not recommended for custom gaskets that will be exposed to high temperatures or outdoor environments.
Hot splicing techniques produce custom gaskets with stronger corners, but not all sealing applications require this level of performance. Hot splicing is also more expensive than cold bonding. Glued gaskets, as cold-bonded gaskets are also called, require no special tooling and cure at ambient temperatures.
About Elasto Proxy – How Can We Help You?
Elasto Proxy specializes in the design and custom fabrication of specialty seals, thermal and acoustic insulation, vibration dampening products and materials, EMI shielding, and other high-quality rubber and plastic parts. For over 25 years, we’ve supplied low-to-medium volume quantities of high-quality rubber products to partners in a variety of industries.
As a growing global company, Elasto Proxy has offices and warehouses in Canada, the United States, and China. By listening to all of your requirements and analyzing all of your needs, Elasto Proxy’s solutions providers can recommend solutions that are right for your application. Contact us for more information.
Elasto Proxy Inc.
4035 Lavoisier Street
Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada J7H 1N1
Ph: (450) 434-2744