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Material of the Week - EPDM

24 Apr 2018 09:56 AM | 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 11:21 AM | 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 10:23 AM | 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 11:33 AM | 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. 

FoodSafe also means no Animal Derived Ingredients: avoid the dangers of inaccurate labelling

08 Feb 2018 09:34 AM | Posted by Sharon Kendal
Read about MacLellan Rubber's commitment to ensure that our FoodSafe materials contain no Animal Derived Ingredients (ADI's).

White Paper: Nitrosamines – Analysis for Extractables and Leachables (RSSL)

29 Jan 2018 10:12 AM | Posted by Sharon Kendal
RSSL, a leading scientific analysis consultancy, are sharing a white paper on Nitrosamines: Analysis for Extractables & Leachables.

Using the Right Viton™ in the Right Application

26 Jan 2018 03:26 PM | Posted by Sharon Kendal
Often VitonTM A is mistakenly referenced for many applications where is it not entirely suitable. Find out how to select the right VitonTM for the each application. 

Make Sure Your Whites are Right - EU1935 is The Standard

28 Aug 2015 01:40 PM | Posted by Andrew Onions
Protecting your Company from unnecessary risks is something that everyone is responsible for within your business. You have processes for managing the quality of your ingredient suppliers. You...

Whats Wrong with My Material? - Part 3 Why Does The Thickness Vary?

07 Aug 2015 04:03 PM | Posted by Andrew Onions
Or perhaps I should say that we are more commonly asked why isnt the thickness exactly what I want it to be? This can perhaps be the most challenging area for any manufacturer and customer to agree...

Peroxide or Sulphur Cured EPDM

23 Jul 2015 02:45 PM | Posted by Andrew Onions
Peroxide or Sulphur Cured EPDM Is there a Difference? Learning what's new in the Rubber Sheeting industry is challenging - I read plenty of technical articles that make me wish I had listened more...