Rubber diaphragms are a flexible and versatile membrane. It acts as a sealing component that offers reliable sealing performance. LINDAS offers a wide range of rubber diaphragm available in composite or single elastomers.
- Available in fabric reinforced
- Ideal for flow control functions
- High chemical resistance
- Seals and divides connected chambers
- High pressure resistance
- Withstand high temperature
- Available in wide range of rubber compound
Rubber Diaphragm Manufacturer in China
LINDAS is a leading manufacturer of rubber diaphragms with over 20 years of experience in the industry. Our production process follows strict quality control measures and includes testing at every stage to guarantee consistent and reliable performance.
Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and latest technology allow us to produce rubber diaphragm up to 5,000,000 pieces per month.
We are capable of producing rubber diaphragms in various sizes and shapes. Our team can also customize our products to meet your specific requirements. LINDAS offers these diaphragms with competitive prices, on-time delivery, low MOQ, and exceptional customer service.
As a professional manufacturer, we guarantee to provide you with the most cost-effective manufacturing solutions to skyrocket your business. Send us your inquiries today!
LINDAS Rubber Diaphragm Manufacturing Process
Below are steps on how we manufacture rubber diaphragm.
- Selecting the right rubber material
- Mixing rubber materials with reinforcement materials
- Heating and curing
- Mold removal
- Edge trimming by die cutting
Molding Process of Our Rubber Diaphragm
Our rubber diaphragm is typically molded using a process such as compression molding, transfer molding, or injection molding.
However, the specific molding process used depends on various factors such as the size, complexity, and quantity of the diaphragms being produced, as well as the properties desired in the final product.
Best Uses and Applications
We manufacture rubber diaphragms that are perfect to be used for:
- Flow control devices
- Aerospace diaphragm
- Vacuum pump
- Air compressor
- Pressure regulators
Industries We Serve
LINDAS offers one-stop rubber diaphragm solutions to different industries such as:
- Oil and gas
- Hydraulic equipment
- Food and dairy
Custom Rubber Compounds Available
At LINDAS, we offer different rubber compounds for rubber diaphragm production including:
- Natural rubber
Fabric Reinforced Rubber Diaphragm
LINDAS offers Fabric Reinforced Rubber Diaphragm that is made of rubber material reinforced with fabric such as polyester or nylon.
It is commonly used in applications where a flexible seal is needed to separate two different environments. It includes pressure vessels, pumps, and valves.
The fabric reinforcement provides increased strength and durability, allowing the diaphragm to handle high pressure and temperature variations while maintaining its flexibility. Fabrics used include polyester, polyamide, cotton, and more.
Homogenous Rubber Diaphragm
A homogeneous rubber diaphragm is a type of flexible membrane made of a single layer of homogeneous rubber material.
The rubber material used in the diaphragm must have the desired properties such as strength, elasticity, and durability, as well as compatibility with the fluids or gases it will be exposed to.
The diaphragm’s shape and thickness are designed to meet the specific requirements of each application.
Features and Advantages
- Wear and tear resistance
- Perfect fit for superior sealing
- Less friction required
- Resistance to high pressure
- Easy to install
Rubber Diaphragm Durometer
In the case of rubber diaphragms, durometer refers to the measurement of the rubber material’s hardness. This is important because the hardness of the rubber affects its ability to seal, resist wear and tear, and maintain its shape during use.
The most commonly used durometer scale is the Shore A scale, which measures the hardness of soft to hard rubber materials.
The durometer value of a rubber diaphragm depends on the specific application. As well as the required properties of the rubber material, such as flexibility, compression set, and chemical resistance.