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Specialty Industrial

Custom Seals for Demanding Specialty Industrial Applications

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Custom seals in specialty industrial applications are critical to providing the capacity to keep the global supply chain and utilities running efficiently. Components in these critical applications made by original equipment manufacturers are in innovative products that efficiently move liquids, gases, electricity, telecommunications, and more across the globe.

Consumers and governments rely on these components to act reliably over the lifetime of the products. For decades we have designed, developed, and manufactured industrial sealing products for harsh environments, tight tolerances, and technically demanding applications, including multi-material solutions and custom material formulations.

Minnesota Rubber and Plastics (MRP) is uniquely positioned to offer both rubber and plastic combination parts for specialty industrial applications. This allows us to provide greater development and production efficiencies, thereby reducing development time and costs. From prototyping to final production, our advanced materials science and design engineering services provide timely answers to difficult design questions.

A Broad Spectrum of Services and Capabilities Save you Time and Costs

To help you create custom solutions that’ll solve your specialty industrial engineering challenge, we offer a broad spectrum of services and capabilities from  a single source:

  • Injection molding of engineered and high-performance plastics
  • Custom designed seal geometries
  • Metal to plastic conversions
  • High-performance bonding – metal to plastic, metal to rubber, plastic to plastics and plastic to rubber
  • Preliminary engineering assistance and mechanical design review
  • Mold design and development with complete prototype services
  • Design for Manufacturability (DFM)
  • Process engineering, including mold flow analysis, functional testing and leak testing

Need help solving a tough engineering problem?