Products - Rubber Parts

Babacan Rubber Industry offers a complete line of molded rubber products that have been developed over more than 25 years. Each of our molded rubber products must meet stringent quality and technical specifications to ensure safety across applications. These products include transfer molded parts, dense rubber, compression molded parts, insert-molded and rubber-to-metal bonded products. We also offer the added service of bonding rubber to metal during the molding process.
The best rubber products are developed and delivered when we truly understand your application needs. We'll thoroughly analyze your needs to recommend the most effective material, even if it requires custom formation for the most complicated applications and processes. We can process base polymers to customer specifications, including:

EPDM – Excellent for outdoor applications;
SILICONE - Superior choice for extreme temperature applications;
NEOPRENE – Provides oil-resistant properties;
VITON - Fuel resistance at extreme temperatures;
NATURAL RUBBER – Extremely resilient elastomer;
NITRILE - Superb chemical resistance to oils and gasoline;
BUTYL – Offers low resilience;
SBR (SYNTHETIC RUBBER) - Low-cost elastomer for general use;
HYPALON - Outstanding resistance to weathering;

From a great many raw materials, of which the rubber polymers are just one part, thousands of rubber products are manufactured. The areas of application for the rubber products are numerous and very different. What we produce is not primarily determined by material or processes; our goal instead is to resolve our customers’ problems. From this point of view, rubber technology is only one part of the solution.

The common part is that the rubber products are based on rubber polymers. To go from raw material to product needs two phases, one being a typical process operation and the second being more of a workshop type. In the first phase, the raw materials are mixed together to form a rubber compound. Each compound is made according to a specific formulation and the mixing is done according to such specifications as temperatures, time, and so forth.

The second phase is more like a kind of workshop, where the compound is formed, extruded, calendered etc., and finally ends up as a finished rubber product through vulcanization. The methods vary from product to product, but all start with a compound, steel or textile when needed, and end up with curing.
Komatsu, Leibherr, Daewoo, CAT, Volvo, Atlas Copco, Kobelko, Hitachi, JCB, Simutomo, Hidromek, Dynapac, Vibromax, Bitelli, Bomag, Hamm, Terex, Ingersollrand, Demag, Putzmeister, Reich, Schwing, Wibau, Cifa, Elba, Waitzinger, Sermaс, Krupp, Rammer, Tamrock, Furukawa.