William Johnston & Company Limited offer vulcanized rubber extrusions up to 280 mm wide from solid and sponge rubber compounds. These can be produced in single or twin polymers, in a range of colours and complex profiles to meet our customer’s specification.
Working for a number of industries – aerospace, marine, signage, automotive, construction, military, engineering, packaging and medical – we manage entire projects from start to completion or more relevantly from ‘problem’ to ‘solution’. We have full prototype capabilities and can cater for small orders and high volume production lines.
Commonly used for glazing and throughout the automotive industry for pipes and seals, solid rubber can be single or co-extruded to combine different colours and materials. Most rubbers have excellent heat and fuel resistant qualities.
Sponge rubber profiles are extremely low density and often used in marine, drainage and automotive applications. We can also co-extrude twin polymer heat vulcanized rubber profiles. We offer fast turnaround and work closely with all our customers to maintain competitively priced, quality products that can be relied on time and again.
• FDA COMPLIANT EXTRUSIONS
• WRAS APPROVED EXTRUSIONS
• FIRE RATED EXTRUSIONS UL94
• HIGH TEMPERATURE EXTRUSIONS
• FABRICTIONS FROM EXTRUSION OR EXTRUSION/MOULDING COMBINATIONS
• RAL COLOUR MATCH
Please contact our technical team who will be glad to assist.
Failure to select the correct materials or products can result in damage to plant and equipment and personal injury. In specific applications, particularly where critical conditions exist, we suggest you contact us and we will consider with you the most suitable material or product. However, information supplied by William Johnston & Company Limited is intended only as technical co-operation and as a guide to the various uses of different products. No warranty is given in respect of information or recommendations by William Johnston & Company Limited which are only given for guidance and without any guarantee. The customer must satisfy themselves on the suitability of the material or product for the intended purpose. The correct fitting of products is the responsibility of the customer.