Rubber, industrial and technical rubber

We offer industrial rubbers for a wide variety of applications and uses.
Our range includes all commonly used industrial rubbers, including FDA-approved rubbers that can be used in the food industry.

We offer both full rolls and precision cut sections and for most types also custom production of die-cut flat seals (more details here).
We also produce bonded rubber parts
(rubber sleeves, couplings, hoppers, etc.) and other rubber products.

We offer the following types of rubbers:

You can find the specific range of materials by clicking on the desired category.
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

SBR – general purpose rubber

They are intended for general use in places where high demands and requirements are not placed on the material.
SBR rubbers are the cheapest option and are used in many applications.
Temperature resistance -25 / +70 °C

  • Universal use
  • Variants with 1 or 2 inserts

  • Favourable price

NBR – oil-resistant rubber

Rubber resistant to mineral and animal oils, fats, petrol and petroleum products in general.
Also available in FDA-approved variants (for use in the food industry)
Temperature resistance -25 / +70 °C

  • Resistance to oils and petroleum products
  • Universal use
  • Variants with FDA approval

EPDM – weatherproof rubber

Resistant to weather conditions, aging and also to acids, alkalis and alcohols.
FDA (food industry) and softened (microporous) versions are also available
Temperature resistance -40 / +120 °C

  • Weather and ageing resistance
  • Good chemical resistance
  • Increased temperature resistance

NR – abrasion-resistant rubber, excellent mechanical properties

Paraguma. Wear-resistant rubber with excellent mechanical properties, strength and elasticity.
The use of e.g. for anti-vibration damping elements, for shotguns, etc.
Temperature resistance -40 / +85 °C

  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • High elasticity

FPM – rubber resistant to aggressive chemistry, high temperatures

Rubber with excellent chemical and temperature resistance.
Resistant to oils, aliphatic, aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons, aviation gasoline and other chemicals.
Temperature resistance -30 / +250 °C

  • Excellent resistance to aggressive chemistry
  • Suitable for high temperatures (up to 250°C)
  • Resistance to petroleum products

SILICONE (Si, VMQ, MVQ) – food applications

Non-absorbent and impermeable to water, zero influence on the taste and smell of the medium with which it is in contact.
High flexibility at low temperatures, excellent resistance to atmospheric influences and ageing.
Temperature resistance -60 / +200 °C

  • Use in the food industry (FDA approved)
  • Excellent temperature resistance
  • Available in different colours

NEOPREN (CR) – ageing resistant rubber

Rubber resistant to aging, weathering, ozone, UV radiation.
Also available in FDA-approved variants (for use in the food industry)
Temperature resistance -20 / +90 °C

  • Weather and ageing resistance
  • Ozone resistance, UV resistance
  • Non-flammability, self-extinguishing


Rubber for flooring.
Anti-slip, anti-vibration, fire-resistant (class M3), electro-insulating and other types.
Roll width up to 2000 mm for selected types.

  • Large selection of variants and designs
  • Wide use
  • Materials with electrical strength, for fire protection applications

PUR – Polyurethane, excellent mechanical properties

Rubber with excellent mechanical properties, excellent elasticity and abrasion resistance.
Possibility of rubberizing parts with polyurethane (e.g. industrial wheels, rollers, pulleys, etc.)
Temperature resistance -20 / 80 °C

  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • Application of PUR on metal parts (pulleys, wheels, etc.)
  • Different material variants, different colour versions

Rubber and rubber products – possibility of custom production

Possibility to produce specific rubber parts according to customer requirements.
Silentblocks, rubber springs, diaphragm seals, rubberized parts, bellows and other products.
Piece and serial production.

  • Wide range of products
  • Possibility of custom production
  • Selection of specific rubber compounds and their processing

Other rubber materials – Butyl, Hypalon, recycled rubber

Materials from less frequently used polymers and compounds.
Recycled rubber

  • Materials Butyl (IIR), Hypalon (CSM)
  • Affordable recycled rubber

We usually offer the material in the form of whole rolls, but for the more frequently used types we can also supply precise pieces and sections.
For most of these industrial rubbers we also offer the possibility of custom manufacturing of die-cut flat seals or other products according to your requirements. For this purpose, we use cutting and pressing plotters or waterjet cutting technology.
We produce bonded rubber parts (rubber sleeves, couplings, hoppers, etc.), hinges, screens and other similar parts.

Further production possibilities in the field of rubber products

We can also arrange the manufacture of custom rubber and rubber products such as silentblocks, bellows and other similar products.
We offer polyurethane (PUR) and also rubberization of parts with polyurethane (typically various wheels, pulleys, rollers, etc.)

Our production options also include parts combining metal and rubber.
We provide complete production of towing wheels including metal centres, rubberized wheels, atypical silentblocks, rubber springs, rubberized rails and more.
We are also able to offer rubber parts made of silicone (VMQ).
Possibility of using different mixtures and colours (red-brown, transparent, grey).

We provide the complete production process from the design and recommendation of suitable material, through the production and preparation of the production mould to the actual production and final processing of the product. More information about the production process of custom rubber parts can be found here.

We also perform vulcanization of rubber – production of closed rings, etc.
Vulcanisation is a chemical reaction in which the molecules of a material are cross-linked to give it greater flexibility (additional info here)

The rubber production process is described, for example, here