Rubber cords are sometimes referred to as rubber ropes. These cords are available in a variety of hardness levels and diameters. FDA-approved cords are also available.
- Excellent sealing properties
- High durability
- Low permeability
- Excellent resistance high & low temperatures
- Good electrical & mechanical properties.
Your Professional Rubber Cord Manufacturer – Lindas
Lindas is an ISO9001-certified manufacturer of high-quality rubber cords. We offer these cords in coil forms, cut pieces, or straight lengths. They also come in rectangular, square, round, and other section shapes.
To suit your exact needs, we are capable of manufacturing rubber cords as per your specifications. We support custom rubber compounds, shapes, lengths, etc.
At Lindas, we aim to provide quality cords that meet your expectations. As a result, before shipment, we extensively inspect and test the cords. To ensure their quality, strict quality control has been conducted.
For your inquiries, please contact us!
Why Choose Lindas
We use good rubber compound and advanced manufacturing equipments to produce rubber cords with guaranteed quality and accuracy.
Short Lead Time
Lindas ensures a fast turnaround time. So, we can supply cords to anywhere in the world quickly.
Our rubber cords can meet industry and international standards such as UL, FDA, RoHS, etc.
Wide Selection of Materials
Nitrile or NBR cords are suitable for contact with lubricants, oils, hydraulic fluids, etc. They can be used in temperatures ranging from -30°C up to +120°C
(-20°F up to 250°F). These cords are also known for their breaking strength. They are resistant to abrasion and deformation.
EPDM cords are suitable for outdoor use. They are resistant to:
- UV rays
- Weather conditions
- Hydraulic & brake fluids
Their operating temperature typically ranges from -60°C up to 150°C(-75°F up to 300°F).
FKM cords have excellent resistance to:
- Harsh weather conditions
- Corrosive liquids
- UV radiation
Their working temperature also ranges from -50°C up to 300°C(-60°F up to 570°F).
Silicone cords are recognized for their:
- Thermal stability
- Low toxicity
- Resistance to fungi and bacteria development
- Electrical insulation characteristics
- Resistance to ozone, UV radiation, oxygen, etc.
These cords are commonly found in the pharmaceutical, medical, and food industries. Their operating temperature ranges from -60°C up to 280°C(-75°F up to 540°F).
Food-grade silicone cords are also available.
Neoprene is also referred to as CR or chloroprene rubber. CR can be used for manufacturing cords. CR cords can be used for outdoor applications since they are resistant to weather conditions and ozone. They are also highly resistant to chemicals and fire. Their working temperature ranges from -60°C up to 120°C(-75°F up to 250°F).
They also have outstanding mechanical characteristics.
HNBR polymer is resistant to high temperature and oil. Their main features include:
- Broadresistance to chemical
- Great thermal stability
- Good mechanical strength & properties
Variety of Applications
Rubber cords have a variety of applications including:
- Oven seals
- Enclosure & door seals
- Food processing machine
- High-voltage insulation applications
- Window sealing
- Household appliances
- Sanitary installations
- Agricultural machinery
- Edge trims
- Medical equipment
- Other gaskets & sealing applications
They are widely used in industries such as:
- Automotive industry
- Food & beverage industry
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Oil industry