Choose Rubber Bands In Every Size, Color & Type to Fit Your Needs
Aero Rubber Band Selection
Aero Rubber Co., Inc. is your rubber band supplier. We offer the most comprehensive selection of bulk rubber bands to be found anywhere. We carry a complete line of in stock and custom rubber bands for your business. With 12 standard colors and multiple sizes of bands you’re sure to find one that fits. Explore our complete line of in stock and custom rubber bands for warehouses, offices, and businesses of all types.
Rubber Band Sizes
Using the correct size band for your application is important, which is why we offer rubber bands from very small to very large. For a full list of sizes available see our rubber band size chart. Confused about how to measure a rubber band? Learn how to measure a rubber band today.
Help your business get more for your money. Bulk discounts and a $250 minimum ensure that we can pass on savings to you.
Types of Bands
Stationery rubber bands are offered in 12 standard colors. They are black, white, blue, cyan, green, lime, yellow, orange, red, maroon, pink, and purple. However, if those don’t fit your needs we also have clear rubber bands and custom colors available.
Why You Should “Take Rubber Bands Seriously”
- Aero’s Industrial Bands Will Reduce Your Operating Costs;
- Increase Employee Productivity, and;
- Natural Rubber is Biodegradable, making it an Environmentally Friendly material.
5 Compelling Reasons to Discuss Your Rubber Banding Needs with Our Sales Engineers
- All Rubber Bands are not created equal! We will discuss your requirements after you explain your application or need.
- We can advise you of the best material and right band size needed to get your job done right the first time.
- Custom cut and sized bands available to suit your needs.
- Understanding your application(s), we will provide you with a competitive quote.
- Need it fast? The depth of our inventory means we can say “We Have It In Stock” to our customers a lot more than our competitors. Our sales teams specialize in helping to solve your problems.
We Have the Rubber Bands You Need in Stock.
Call (800) 662-1009 or contact Aero today!
Don’t forget to check out Aero’s line of Printed Advertising Bands and Custom Wristbands. These bands are great for advertising, fundraising, labeling and a whole host of other applications limited only by your imagination.
When talking about rubber bands you’ll see many common terms. We’re here to help you sift through those and stretch your rubber knowledge.
How Rubber is Made
The formula for a particular rubber band is the compound. The compound will determine the feel and the stretch of the rubber band. While we have a standard unique compound for our stock rubber bands a custom compound can be used based on your needs.
Measure of the hardness of rubber. The higher the durometer the harder the rubber.
EPDM – (ETHYLENE PROPYLENE DIENE MONOMER)
Synthetic rubber compound which provides superior properties for outdoor and all-weather temperature applications because of its excellent resistance to ozone, oxidants and severe weather conditions.
The ability of a rubber band to return to its original shape after being stretched, to within a few percent.
For uses where allergic reactions to latex proteins are possible, a synthetic polyisoprene formula is used in place of natural rubber.
The extent to which a rubber band does not return to its original shape after being stretched and held in that position for a given period of time.
Shows how much force the rubber material can withstand before breaking. This is commonly expressed as pounds per inch at the breaking point of a particular rubber band.
Any band that varies from our stock bands. Custom bands can include bands in custom colors, unique sizes, varied wall thickness, imprinted and different formulations.
The extension or stretch of a rubber band. Ultimate elongation is when the rubber band stretches to the point of failure.
Yield/Count per Pound
The number of rubber bands per pound.
When the band is laying flat measured across the band at a right angle to the flat length.
Pinch the two ends of the band together and lay on a flat surface. The measurement from end to end equals the flat length. (If you were to cut one end of the band and unfold it, the flat length would be approximately half the overall length)
The allowable variance from the specified dimension.
Refers to the thickness of the wall of the extruded rubber band and the difference between the inner and outer diameter.