HNBR Development - Hydrogenated nitrile butadiene rubber (HNBR) is a unique elastomer that is known for its physical strength and retention of properties after exposure to heat, oil and chemicals. HNBR was developed in the early 1980s as companies were
Several factors can cause stress on polymers like rubber such as chemical exposure, moisture exposure, and rapid, extreme temperature cycling. This is especially true in the automotive industry.
Rubber compression molding process begins when a precise amount of rubber is placed into the bottom mold cavity. Next, rubber is secured when the top half of the mold is fastened in place. Then, forceful pressure
This comprehensive masking guide covers the best way to mask wheels for Powder Coating, E-Coating, and Chrome Plating applications
Have you ever experienced paint build up around the grounding area of a masking cap or plug in your powder coating process? Let’s dig deeper to understand why bridging happens and how can we reduce it