Rubber Products for Electronics Industry

Rubber Parts for Electronics IndustryKey drivers of electronics failure are stress, temperature, and moisture, which can cause shorting, attenuation problems, screen or lens fogging, intermittent functionality and catastrophic breakdown. Ensure electronic components and assemblies perform reliably in challenging conditions with innovative rubber solutions from Minor Rubber.

We are a leading manufacturer of molded, extruded, and fabricated rubber parts for the electronics industry and its suppliers. Whether you need production of existing components, prototypes for research and development or replacement items for hard-to-find or obsolete applications, we have the capabilities and expertise to supply quality rubber parts on time and within budget

Electronics applications and parts

The electronics industry requires rubber parts that can protect from shock, resist chemical intrusion, combat electromagnetic interference, and seal openings from dust, contaminants, and moisture. They must also be durable, resilient and easy to install.

Minor Rubber is an expert in developing specialty rubber parts for a variety of applications operating in all types of environmental conditions. With an extensive inventory of stock rubber parts, expedited delivery is available. Our production capabilities include:

Custom electronics rubber solutions

While off-the-shelf rubber products are suitable for some markets, the electronics industry often requires tight-tolerance seals to protect sensitive gages and instruments. Minor Rubber will work with you to develop a custom rubber solution for your electrical product.

  • Our engineers will consult with your team to gain full understanding of the product and its intended uses
  • We can identify the rubber compound best suited for the product’s particular needs

In-house tooling capabilities enable us to manufacture accurate tooling quickly and economically for precision component production. Our custom rubber fabrication services include the following processes:

  • Compression molding
  • Transfer molding
  • Injection molding
  • Latex dip molding
  • Profile extrusion
  • Tubing extrusion
  • Washer extrusion
  • Gasket extrusion
  • Extrusion of complex shapes, which include long lengths on reels or coils and fabricated with holes, notches and special cut-outs.

Taking the lead

Founded in 1914, Minor Rubber understands the electronics industry is constantly evolving. We stay on top of our industry by being experts in yours. We are dedicated to offering personalized service to our clients, which makes the design, production and receipt of rubber parts simple.

Contact Minor Rubber to learn more about our electronics industry rubber solutions.