Rubber to metal bonding is a complex process that requires complete accuracy and attention to detail. Years of experience, a successful track record, and stringent quality standards are criteria that any customer should prioritize in seeking a qualified supplier.
Trusted for More Than 60 Years
Cardinal Rubber Company has more than 60 years of experience as rubber to metal bonders and has been trusted to make aerospace parts for most of its time in business. Since 1950 we have produced fuel cell fittings utilized in military aircraft and vehicles. Fuel cell fittings are integral components of any fuel cell that create orifices within the cell or fixtures for mounting the cell. Large opening fuel cell fittings allow mechanics to enter the fuel cell to repair fuel pumps or other interior components.
Detailed Processes Ensure Quality Parts
Rubber to metal bonding can be achieved through compression molding or transfer molding, but it requires additional specialized techniques and operations, all of which we routinely perform:
- We prepare the metal substrate and select an appropriate bonding agent based on the metal substrate and chosen rubber
- The bonding agent is then applied using various methods
- The rubber is molded onto the prepared metal
- We finish by manually trimming and inspecting each part, ensuring they meet our stringent standards
Please contact us to discuss how we can fulfill your rubber to metal bonding requirements.