Custom Extruded Rubber Products & Profiles

Aero knows you need quality extruded rubber products for your door seals, windows, bumpers, and more. Whether you require standard or complex custom extruded rubber profiles, Aero’s team will ”Make it Happen” for you in any elastomer. We have a wide variety of rubber materials for you to choose from. Call (800) 662-1009 Now!

Rubber Extrusions by Aero Simple to Complex

Standard Shapes & Custom Rubber Extrusions

We offer a full range of standard extruded profile shapes including but not limited to:

  • “D” Shaped Profiles
  • “e” Shaped Profiles
  • “Half Round” Profiles
  • “J” Shaped Profiles
  • “L” Shaped Profiles
  • “P” Shaped Profiles
  • “T” Shaped Profiles
  • “U” Channel
  • Round Cord
  • Squares and Rectangles

High Quality Rubber Compounds

We maintain a large and diverse inventory of standard tooling, combined with a full range of rubber compounds for our customers’ extruded rubber requirements, including various formulations of:

  • Neoprene
  • Viton®
  • Fluoroelastomer (Generic Viton)
  • Silicone
  • Natural Rubber
  • Buna ‘N’ (Nitrile)
  • Buna ‘S’ (SBR)
  • Hypalon® (replaced with CSM)
  • Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR)
  • Synthetic Polyisoprene
  • EPDM
  • Polyurethane

Access to our comprehensive array of compounds can potentially reduce your operating costs.

Extruded Rubber U profile Aero Rubber Company

Aero’s post-extrusion fabrication capabilities include the following fabrication services:

Cut & coil or spool

your extruded rubber profiles to specified lengths using our high-speed cut-to-length and coiling machinery

PSA

Application of pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) to your extruded rubber profiles

Splicing

of extruded rubber profiles to produce custom rubber gaskets and o-rings in accordance with your specifications

Additional Material Capabilities & Grades

The array of elastomer material that Aero has to offer for extrusion also include:

  • Solid/dense materials
  • Open and Closed Cell sponge materials
  • Materials formulated to meet the requirements of FDA Title 21 CFR 177.2600
  • Commercial and Specification grade materials including:

ASTM

ASME

AASHTO

MIL

SAE J2000

NSF

AMS

A-A

Each of our knowledgeable sales engineers has a background in the rubber industry and production floor savvy to better understand and meet your extruded rubber quality and shipment needs.

In addition, we’re known throughout industry for our ability to translate complex customer design requirements into concise sets of comprehensive product specifications. Once accomplished, we work directly from these specifications to produce the material and tooling required to produce the extruded rubber shape that your product demands.

Furthermore, if you have existing extruded parts that you need to replace, but have no prints for, Aero will put our MicroVu Optical Measuring/Inspection machine to work in order to construct a print from a sample of the part, in essence, reverse engineering the part for you. Finally, upon establishing the tolerances required by working with you, we will produce a sample part for your approval prior to production.

Your B2B & Bulk Rubber Extrusion Manufacturer

No matter what your extruded rubber requirements, you can rest assured that the team at Aero Rubber can help. We pride ourselves on customer service, selection and quality.

Aero ships on-time and according to your exacting specifications. All shipments are quality checked for accuracy, every time. For more information about our various extrusion rubber offerings or to speak with one of our consultative sales engineers, please call or email us today!

Common Term

Extrusion


An extrusion is a part that is made by pushing material though a die to produce a unique cross section. Common shapes include round, square, and hollowed out shapes. However, the extrusion process also has the ability to create products with a unique cross section profiles and complex rubber extrusion profiles. An extrusion can be continuous or produced in many pieces and are used for many applications in sealing.