Posted On: 09-20-2021
Elbex has served the architectural industry for over 20 years, providing rubber and silicone products to clients around the world. Our vast experience and custom capabilities ensure that we’re the right fit for your project, too!
Common Architectural Needs
In the architectural industry, rubber extrusions are most often used to provide an environmental barrier, to fill voids between two surfaces,...
Posted On: 09-13-2021
Here at Elbex, we know that our ability to produce quality rubber extrusions is only part of what makes us successful. In reality, the most important thing for our business is ensuring that our customers are satisfied with each and every job we complete. By making you our number-one priority, we can become a partner you can truly count on.
Your Timeline Matters
Whether you’re in architectural,...
Posted On: 09-06-2021
Rubber extrusions are used in a wide range of applications, from bumpers and windows to door seals and expansion joints. While these parts may seem small, they can make all the difference in ensuring successful performance. That’s why at Elbex, we take rubber extrusions seriously.
At Elbex, we understand that each project has its own unique specifications and requirements. To...
Posted On: 08-30-2021
While rubber extrusions serve a wide variety of purposes, expansion joints are undoubtedly one of the most common applications. Elbex’s team is dedicated to providing superior quality in each stage of the manufacturing process, ensuring that our expansion joints provide the stability and protection your project needs.
How Are Expansion Joints Used?
Expansion joints are most commonly used in...
Posted On: 08-23-2021
At Elbex, our diverse experience and manufacturing capabilities allow us to produce custom rubber extrusions for a wide range of industries — among which is the appliance industry. Refrigerators, washing machines, dishwashers, and other appliances all need to contain cold, water, or heat. Rubber extrusions get the job done.
The Role of Rubber Extrusions
Rubber extrusions — particularly in the...