Rub­ber Mold­ed Parts 

For the pro­duc­tion of rub­ber mold­ed parts, plas­tic rub­ber com­pounds are placed in spe­cial­ly designed met­al molds. The desired geom­e­try is first formed by press­ing or injec­tion, and then the mix­ture is sta­bi­lized by vul­can­iza­tion. This process gives the mate­r­i­al its spe­cif­ic elas­tic properties. 


Rub­ber mold­ed parts are par­tic­u­lar­ly suit­able for damp­ing, seal­ing, insu­lat­ing and pro­tect­ing and thus offer almost unlim­it­ed appli­ca­tion pos­si­bil­i­ties. They can be found as rub­ber buffers, seals and much more in all areas of mechan­i­cal and plant engi­neer­ing, the elec­tri­cal and vehi­cle con­struc­tion indus­try, ener­gy tech­nol­o­gy as well as agri­cul­tur­al and envi­ron­men­tal tech­nol­o­gy. Most mold­ed rub­ber parts are not stan­dard or norm parts, but are devel­oped for spe­cif­ic func­tions in close coop­er­a­tion between our prod­uct devel­op­ment team and our cus­tomers and then man­u­fac­tured to order.

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Mold­ed rub­ber parts are elas­tic, pres­sure-resis­tant and abra­sion-proof as well as mechan­i­cal­ly and chem­i­cal­ly resis­tant. The respec­tive oper­at­ing con­di­tions and the desired func­tion deter­mine the choice of mate­r­i­al and the type of man­u­fac­tur­ing process. Each man­u­fac­tur­ing process has spe­cif­ic char­ac­ter­is­tics and must there­fore be pre­cise­ly matched to the order to be pro­duced and the asso­ci­at­ed pur­chase quan­ti­ties. We can map both indi­vid­ual and series pro­duc­tion as well as mass pro­duc­tion with­in the JÄGER Group or via our strate­gic partners. 

For the pro­duc­tion of rub­ber mold­ing parts we have, in addi­tion to con­ven­tion­al vul­can­iza­tion press­es in which dis­place­ment and trans­fer molds are used for the com­pres­sion mold­ing process (CM) and the trans­fer mold­ing process, injec­tion press­es for the injec­tion mold­ing process (IM) of the most mod­ern design. 


Mate­r­i­al, pro­duc­tion process and pro­duc­tion method are coor­di­nat­ed in such a way that an eco­nom­ic opti­mum in pro­duc­tion and appli­ca­tion is achieved. Among oth­er things, the use of cold run­ner tech­nol­o­gy con­tributes to this, which also helps to pro­tect the envi­ron­ment and con­serve resources.


Mold­ed rub­ber parts are sub­ject to the influ­ence of chang­ing media, tem­per­a­tures and cli­mat­ic con­di­tions, mechan­i­cal stress­es or ozone and UV expo­sure from solar radi­a­tion, which lim­its their use­ful life and ser­vice life. In order to guar­an­tee high qual­i­ty, we rely on our own mate­r­i­al devel­op­ment and production. 


For this pur­pose, we car­ry out mechan­i­cal and dynam­ic tests, vul­can­iza­tion and pro­cess­ing tests as well as mate­r­i­al and dam­age analy­ses in the devel­op­ment lab­o­ra­to­ries of the JÄGER Group. For fur­ther analy­ses (e.g. elec­tron micro­scop­ic exam­i­na­tions) we coop­er­ate close­ly with the Ger­man Insti­tute for Rub­ber Tech­nol­o­gy (DIK) in Hanover.



We offer among oth­ers the fol­low­ing mate­ri­als in the field of rub­ber mold­ed parts: 

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S. Ess­er

Prod­uct and process development


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