Rubber to metal bonding

The Rubber to metal bonding process can mould almost all rubber materials onto most metals

rubber to metal bonding specialists

We manufacture rubber to metal bonding of components. This can include Stainless Steel, Aluminium and Brass.

Haul-off pads are a speciality and are produced in a wide variety of materials to suit customers requirements. We are happy to work with customer supplied metals or source them ourselves.


Rubber to metal bonding is the industry term used to cover a number of processes. The process is for the manufacture of components or products or bonded units of a range of metals with a range of rubbers. Depending on the final product there may be a chemical process to bond the rubber to metal. Rubber to metal bonding is often used to isolate noise and vibration to add dampening to a product or component. This is very common in the automotive, electrical, aerospace, rail, oil & gas and medical industries.

We currently manufacture this type of product following industries:

  • Food
  • Computer Manufacturing
  • Automotive
  • Valve
  • Packaging
  • Water & Sewage
  • Fire fighting Equipment
  • Railway and General Engineering.

Materials used in this process

Full range available, specially compounded and coloured if required to meet the specific application. We are able to use a range of rubbers that can be bonded to a wide range of metals. The rubber materials include, EPDM, Natural, Nitrile, Flouroelastomer Polyurethane, Carboxylated Nitrile and Hypalon.

Metals that can be bonded to include Stainless Steel, Aluminium and Brass.


Rubber to metal bonded component examples

Rubber to metal bonding

Techmould produced this rubber to metal bonded engine seal where the rubber is bonded in place.

We have extensive expertise in rubber to metal bonded components and general rubber mouldings for the automotive industry.

Read more on our Automotive Rubber Mouldings by following this link. Ad for more information on rubber to metal bonding, speak to the experts on 01706 227 717. You can also read more on the technical processes of rubber moulding on the website of our sister business, DKL Rubber/Technical.