TSE Industries, Inc.
4370 112th Terrace North
Clearwater, FL. 33762
800-330-4404
www.tse-industries.com

 

Custom Rubber Molding & Manufacturing

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Custom rubber molding and extrusion are the focus of our Engineered Polymers Division (EPD). TSE has 50 years of experience in custom rubber molding and extrusion of rubber parts and products. We offer injection rubber molding, compression rubber molding, transfer rubber modling, rubber extrusions as well as cast urethane parts. We're an ISO 9001 certifiedfacility.

We have the staff, molding and extrusion equipment, and the expertise to produce your rubber parts, from one to millions. Enjoy the benefits of our in-house rubber lab as well as our 3D printer, offering you rapid prototypes of custom rubber parts in days.

We employ Lean Manufacturing and other cutting edge methods to ensure that your custom rubber parts are of the highest quality, are made on time, and meet your specifications the first time.

We custom mold and extrude rubber parts utilizing a wide array of rubber, including Natural Rubber, Butyl, EPDM, FKM, Fluorosilicone, HNBR, Neoprene, Nitrile, Polybutadiene, Polyurethane, SBR and Silicone. The variety of custom molded and extruded rubber and urethane products we manufacture is virtually unlimited. We custom mold rubber wheels, rubber diaphragms, rubber valves and virtually any other compression, injected, transfer or extruded rubber product you can imagine.  

Count on TSE for all of your injection, compression, transfer and extruded rubber needs!

Products Include:

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  • ATM Replacement Parts
  • Cast Urethane Parts
  • Rubber Rollers
  • Rubber Conveyor Grippers
  • Rubber Extrusions
  • Rubber Belts
  • Covered bearings
  • Rubber suction cups
  • Light seals
  • Foot pads
  • Endless rubber belts
  • Drive, idler, crush, picker wheels
  • Vibration dampening
  • Airport baggage bumpers

For more information about Custom Rubber Molding and Extrusion, please contact: Martin Hine at (727) 540-1254 or contact Martin here.

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