Rubber Seals and Tubing Custom Made for Your Application
Custom Rubber Tubing / Rubber Tubing Materials
If you’re in need of custom rubber seals and tubing, Qualiform can help. With our years of experience and technical staff, we can work with you to design and manufacture custom rubber products based on the needs of your applications and budget.
Static Rubber Seals and Dynamic Rubber Seals
Static rubber seals operate in conditions where there is a minimal amount of movement to the mating assembly parts upon the seal itself. This type of seal typically only exhibits an initial compression such as the sealing of a hose joint or periodic compression caused by opening and closing, such as custom door seals around a door frame. Applications require dynamic seals when the seal experiences repeated movement against itself in a circumferential, axial, or angular direction. Typical examples include piston ring seals and shock absorption seals.
Custom Rubber Tubing
Rubber tubing refers to the hollow synthetic and natural rubber products that carry or dispense liquids and gases. With varying chemical compositions, rubber tubing design characteristics can vary. Rubber tubing continues to evolve and become available in a wide range of shapes, sizes and materials. Rubber tubing provides a host of possibilities for professionals and end-users worldwide. Some of the rubber tubing products we specialize in are:
- extruded neoprene tubing
- flexible rubber tubing
- rubber gasket tubing
- clear rubber tubing
- surgical rubber tubing
- polyurethane rubber tubing
Your Choice of Rubber Materials for Various Applications
Every application is different, which is why we can work with you to develop custom rubber molded products for your specific application. We provide runs of extruded rubber products that range from simple rubber tubing to complex extrusions that are cut to length or supplied in continuous reels. Your choice of custom rubber molded products has a major impact on the success of your parts. We use a wide variety of materials to meet various temperatures, weather, and technical specifications. Our engineers can work with you to better understand your application and provide suggestions as to which materials best fit your needs and budget. These rubber materials include: