Spreading Material Over Sheet - Mosites Rubber Company

Rubber composites, also known as plied rubber, are innovative materials that combine the exceptional properties of rubber with other reinforcing materials. By strategically layering rubber and various substrates, such as fabric or metal, rubber composites offer enhanced strength, flexibility, durability, and performance characteristics. These composites open a wide variety of applications in a variety of industries.

Designing rubber composites involves several key considerations:

  • Material Selection: Choosing the right combination of rubber and substrate materials is crucial to achieving desired performance characteristics. Factors such as compatibility, adhesion, mechanical properties, and environmental resistance need to be evaluated.
  • Layering and Reinforcement: Determining the optimal arrangement and number of layers, as well as the choice of reinforcing materials, plays a vital role in defining the strength, flexibility, and overall performance of the composite.
  • Adhesive Systems: Selecting appropriate adhesive systems ensures proper bonding between rubber and the reinforcing substrate, enabling efficient load transfer and durability.
  • Dimensional and Tolerance Control: Maintaining precise dimensional control during the layering process is critical to achieving consistent composite thickness and overall product quality.