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Posted On: 12-14-2018
ELBEX does more than merely rubber extrusions. We also design and manufacture silicone products, including silicone sheeting for the architectural sector.  Silicone sheeting has a variety of uses. Commonly, silicone sheeting is used to create an air or vapor barrier when used in architectural glazing systems. As the silicone sheeting interacts with glass fa-cades and similar structures, our...
Posted On: 11-17-2018
The entire ELBEX team has decades of experience helping a wide range of customers find the right rubber extrusions for their project.  If you have any questions about the type of materials you need, or the exact profile shape, our team can help you.  We have experience in the appliance industry, automotive, industrial, manufacturing, mass transit and other industry throughout the economy. Our...
Posted On: 11-12-2018
In order to assist in the creation of an effective, efficient rubber extrusion it’s important to know the tolerances of our rubber and silicone products.  Extrusion tolerances for standard and custom cross-sections, plus material tolerances, are all important to us at ELBEX Corporation. We have detailed PDFs which outline our extru-sion tolerances for technical reference. Our tolerances include...
Posted On: 11-02-2018
The ELBEX Corporation offers several rubber and silicone extrusion options, depending on your requirements. But did you know we can design and manufacture setting blocks? A setting block profile is used to position and seat separate materials. Commonly they are used to assist in dampening vibrations and to minimize uneven surfaces. They can also be used in glazing applications in order to set...
Posted On: 10-12-2018
There is an abundance of options to choose from when you need a rubber extrusion profile to complete a project. One type of extrusion profiles we manufacture at ELBEX Corporation is the U-channel profile. But when is a U-channel an acceptable extrusion to utilize?  The U-channel profile, named for its “U-shape,” is most commonly used to fit within a channel and serve as an edge to a mating piece...

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