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JULY – YOUR ONE STOP SOLUTION

 

YOUR ONE STOP SOLUTION
 

Our products are produced in our tried and true facilities in Fullerton, CA, spread over 10,000 square feet of manufacturing space. S&H Rubber is the one stop solution for your entire custom molded products requirement. We have a proven track record of providing exact customer specifications! Prototype and small quantity capabilities up to multi cavity large production quantities. Rubber to metal molding and bonding. High precision, high tolerance parts. REQUEST A QUOTE
 
 
SUPERIOR QUALITY AND COMPETITIVE PRICING

Over the 50 years we have been in business, the S&H brand has become known for its superior quality, quick turnaround, and competitive pricing. We work so hard to make sure our customers are happy with our products as much as with our service. S&H Rubber has numerous certifications such as ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D, the new quality of standard of the aerospace industry. Serving markets such as aerospace, automotive, water filtration, and oil and gas! ABOUT US
 
Coloring Rubber with Pigments

As an elastomer, rubber is characterized by its ability to be temporarily deformed, often under a great degree of tensile stress, and return to its original state with little or no permanent degradation. Non-vulcanized rubbers have molecular chains that are not cross-bonded, lending them a high amount of plasticity and the capacity for forming through heat treatments. On the other hand, vulcanized rubbers remain in their fully elastic state, precluding thermal forming methods, but with greater weathering, oxidation, and wear resistance, as well as tensile strength.
Since both rubber and vulcanized rubber are greatly affected by conditions such as temperature range, presence of corrosive elements, and material stability, numerous considerations must be taken into account when coloring these materials. The presence of a toxic or destabilizing substance within a pigment or the improper application of coloring agents can severely damage a rubber product run, reducing cost-efficiency and hurting a manufacturer’s bottom-line.