Rubber Molded Components for Industrial and OEM Applications

Molded Rubber Parts solve many issues in the aerospace, industrial, commercial, and consumer markets.

Due to their flexibility, chemical and environmental resistance, and ability to be formed into custom shapes, elastomeric parts are found in sealing applications, shock and vibration isolation and control, electric insulation, abrasion protection and more. 

Some of the more common molded rubber components include:

  • Grommets
  • Perimeter Gaskets
  • Valves
  • Bumpers
  • O-rings
  • Seals
  • Cable Guides
  • Diaphragms

To provide for this range of uses, there are a variety of elastomers available offering a range of physical and chemical properties including durometer, elongation, tensile strength, chemical and UV resistance, and color.  

Better understanding of part design considerations and the molding process can further help end users. This webinar will provide an overview of the basic rubber molding processes, materials, and part feature considerations to increase awareness of these matters upfront, leading to greater overall success from design to procurement.

Join us for this informative webinar on: 
May 26, 2021 @ 2:30 PM EST

Who should attend:
Design Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Mechanical Designers, Purchasing Professionals

In this webinar we will cover:

  • Introduction to Sealing Devices Rubber Molding Department
  • Rubber Molding 101
  • Part Design Recommendations
  • Cost and Leadtime Drivers
  • Sealing Devices Capabilities and Advantages
  • Questions or Comments

Chris Czechowicz
Applications Engineer

As an Applications Engineer, Chris provides support for customers and their customized sealing needs. Chris has been with Sealing Devices for ten years and specializes in venting and EMI products, form-in-place gasketing, and rubber molding. 

In his personal time, Chris enjoys swimming and amusement parks. 


Doug Calaman
Rubber Molding Manager

Currently Rubber Molding Manager, Doug brings with him 20+ years of experience in product engineering, manufacturing engineering, and program management in the military, aerospace, and OEM electronics thermal management industries. Doug is responsible for cost estimating, sales support, and the day-to-day management of the rubber molding operation.

Doug's personal time is happily consumed with his family, playing music, and working on home improvement projects.