Neoprene Dip Molding and Coating

Neoprene dip molding is the process of creating a molded component by dipping a mold into neoprene. Neoprene is a synthetic rubber substance that can also be known as polychloroprene and PC- rubber. It is similar to latex, but is safe for those with a latex allergy.

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Sellersville, PA  |  800-398-2520

We are plastic experts, and we offer many services for our customers, including dip molding and a whole lot more. No matter who our customers are, we will work our hardest to ensure that you are fully satisfied with our products. We serve a huge variety of customers, and can find the ideal product to use for any industry. Find out more when you give us a call today!

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Waterbury, CT  |  203-805-4564

Let Precision Dip Coating show you what expert dip molding looks like. We match any color and offer great services to meet your specs for decorative and protective coatings and soft plastic parts. Send us your drawings or samples today for highly efficient, low cost plastisol and fluid bed powder coating; hot dip, cast and rotational molding. We may even have the tooling in stock already!

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Auburn Hills, MI  |  800-482-1842

Rubber & Plastics Co. has 50 years of experience in manufacturing dip molding with the materials, equipment and flexibility to rapidly prototype. We provide standard and custom designed high-temp paint masks, caps, grips and plugs. We have quality plastic dip moldings for a variety of applications and markets. Contact us today to learn more information!

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Neoprene Dip Molding and Coating List

Neoprene dip molding is the process of dipping a mold into neoprene to create a molded component. Neoprene is a synthetic rubber that is a great option for chemical stability/ resistance and maintains a flexible foundation. It is also can be subject to high temperatures without losing its strong capabilities.

Neoprene can also be known as polychloroprene and PC- rubber. Dipping a mold in this is ideal for a number of reasons. Tooling costs and lead times is much less than other options and is essential for high volume orders. It is also similar to latex, but its safe for those with a latex allergy. Neoprene dipped parts can be of all shapes, sizes, and used on many different substrates. Common practices include, neoprene to metal bonded, polychloroprene to metal bonded, and neoprene over molded to various materials.

Some industrial products that can be molded from neoprene include: seals, O-rings, grommets, gaskets, bellows, hoses, and diaphragms. Using neoprene as an element in industrial settings can be beneficial since it has fire retardant properties. It is also resistant to cutting and tearing, which can be beneficial in many applications. Metals including stainless steel, brass, and aluminum are all capable of being dipped in neoprene since it adheres well to metals. Neoprene is commonly used in the gas and oil industry because it is resistant to many of the chemicals and heat used.