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Rubber Moulding Supplies | Custom Rubber Moulding | Polymax India

General Purpose Sheeting

Complete Control from Design to Box | Short Lead Times | Low Minimum Quantities


Polymax are part of a Worldwide group with manufacturing processing plants in India, Polymax can assist from design to production. The Polymax Indian plant has the capabilities of manufacturing 2000kg worth of compound per day across 12 machines. Polymax are able to manufacture using either compression moulding or transfer injection moulding.

Standard Compounds

With 16 different compounds all with unique properties. Polymax are able to manufacture products using a variety of materials ranging from Nitrile to Chloroprene

The Secret is in the compound...

Over the years rubber components have become more and more popular, with a large assortment of different compounds all with different properties. Polymax are not only able to manufacture in the standard compounds, we are also able to tailor make compounds to meet your specification.


Rubber Compression Moulding

The compression moulding process consists of a piece of uncured rubber placed between two halves of a heated mould. This mould is then closed in a specially designed press which produces around 14MPa worth of pressure. The uncured rubber is then forced into the exact shape of the mould. The curing process is achieved by gaining heat from the two moulds by conduction. After sufficient time the moulds are opened and the cured part is removed. The compression moulding process is relatively simple and commonly used for small quantity production.

Rubber Injection Moulding

Like the name suggest this processes is created by the injection of rubber into as mould. The mould is heated and the compound is injected into this. This method is commonly used to produce high-precision parts in moderate quantities, without high tooling costs.


Polymax normally work to ISO 3302 1995 (BS3734) Class M2 tolerances, although tighter tolerances can be discussed. The tighter the tolerances the more costly the tooling. Click here for tolerance guide