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Colour Coding Rubber Sheet

06 Jul 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
Most of the Rubber Sheet we supply each month is Black with limited White, Blue or Red materials. Find out how we were challenged to supply EPDM rubber sheet in a range of Pantone colours. 
 

No Substitute for Quality

25 Jun 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
Andrew Onions explains why Quality is so important to MacLellan Rubber.
 

Demand High Quality Rubber Sheeting with Full Traceability

04 Jun 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
Selecting the right material for an application should be simple, however when it all goes wrong, businesses turn to MacLellan Rubber to investigate.
 

Material of the Week - Nitrile

15 May 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
This week George discusses Nitrile rubber and the various thicknesses and grades available in his Material of the Week blog post. 
 

Producing Technically Challenging Rubber Mouldings

10 May 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
We're well known for supplying high quality and technically superior rubber sheet, but did you know we can produce challenging rubber mouldings?
 

Material of the Week - Media Compatibility Tool

29 Apr 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
George's third blog in his Material of the Week series takes a break from discussing polymers and highlights our online Media Compatibility Tool. 
 

Material of the Week - EPDM

24 Apr 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
George's second blog in his Material of the Week series focuses on Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer or EPDM.
 

Material of the Week - Natural Rubber Sheet

14 Apr 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
George's Material of the Week focuses on Natural Rubber Sheet which is commonly referred to as commercial rubber.
 

Choosing the Right Grade of Viton™ in End User Applications

23 Mar 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
There is more than one grade of Viton but do you know how to choose the right grade of Viton for the end user application?
 

What are the implications of Running to Hot?

22 Feb 2018 | Posted by Sharon Kendal
Why gaskets and seals are run at temperatures above the recommended maximum and the resulting failures, and how you can prevent this occurring.