Beverage Dispensing Overview
Beverage Dispenser applications are common at industrial bottling plants. Some of these bottling applications have highly concentrated flavors that are extremely acidic and can cause damage to typical rubber compounds. Components within dispensers include: valves, pumps, seals, filters and o-rings.
Beverage Dispensing Rubber Seal & Gasket Requirements
Beverage Dispenser applications require specially formulated rubber compounds engineered to meet the application sealing performance requirements as well as stringent worldwide certifications. Minnesota Rubber and Plastics combines rubber compound development leadership with superior product design expertise to deliver unmatched solutions for the beverage dispensing market.
Materials science is at the heart of any new product we develop. Our elastomer, Liquid Silicone Rubbers (LSR) or high-performance thermoplastics formulation chemistries are tailored to meet your exact requirements. Any rubber compound can be developed, molded and tested in our state-of-the-art Materials R&D facility to allow you to sample the right chemistry for your applications.
Our Partnership With Beverage Dispenser Manufacturers
We are a key supplier to food and beverage global brands because of our:
- Design experience with soda, beer and dairy
- Precision sealing designs
- Experts at overmolding rubber onto plastic or metal
- Experienced in High Performance Plastics
- MRP Laboratory has experience with Food & Beverage testing requirements
- NSF approved production facilities
- Cleanroom assembly capabilities
Global compliant food and beverage elastomer compounds include:
- 515CG, FKM, 70 Shore A
- 536EG, NBR, 70 Shore A
- 558CH, EPDM, 70 Shore A
All above compounds are certified or meet requirements for: NSF 51, NSF 61, Sanitary 3-A, EC 1935/2004 and FDA CFR Title 21