Rubber Injection Moulding and Compression Moulding

There are many different methods used to create rubber parts and components, but some of the most popular include rubber injection moulding and rubber compression moulding. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages, depending on the final application of the part or component being constructed, and other elements, such as metal, can also be bonded with the rubber using these methods.

In this post, we will review these two moulding processes, both of which we use in the creation of our anti-vibration mounts and other rubber components.

Hand Arm Vibration Risk Assessments

In 2019, Dacorum Borough Council was fined £100,000 after seven workers developed Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome. The investigation found that the council had failed to identify risks associated with the use of certain power tools and excessive use had resulted in the condition.