Liquid Rubber proudcts bond to metal, rubber, concrete, fibreglass, wood and many other materials and are easily applied. They cure to form a firm, ‘rubber-like’ compound with exceptional tear strength and abrasion resistance.
Liquid Rubber can cast into moulds to create new or replacement parts, it can be painted or poured over surfaces to provide a protective, vibration-reducing coating, and it can be used to create new rubber gaskets. The trowl-applied Liquid Rubber can be used to fill damage in rubber parts or to line process equipment for noise feadening.
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