04/03/2012
Expanding Capabilities: Splicing Dense Polymers

Lauren Manufacturing's R&D department along with the mechanical and process engineering department have been able to add dense splicing to the library of capabilities. This new process can splice dense and sponge material into frames and o-rings using a thermoplastic fusion bond, creating a clean splice that is strong and flexible.

Through ingenuity and expertise from Lauren Manufacturing's R&D department and mechanical and process engineering, Lauren has been able to add dense splicing to its library of capabilities. The new process successfully splices dense and sponge material into frames and o-rings using a thermoplastic fusion bond. The bond creates a clean splice that is strong and flexible.

 

Additional Benefits:

Clean Splice Low Tooling Cost Piece Price Advantage Complex Part Capability

Laminated Parts Quick & Tight Bond Sponge & Dense Splice Strong Flexible Bond

 

Markets (not limited to):

  • Truck & Bus Automotive Window 
  • Door Automotive Aftermarket

  • Mass Transit RV Trailers Heavy Equipment

 

** Material splice options: EPDM, Neoprene or Thermoplastic.

Although there are many benefits to using this technology, please take note that the thermoplastic fusion bond is not designed for high temperature applications. As with any application there are many different sealing methods that can be used to solve a problem. Our material and application engineers can aide in helping find the right material with the correct properties for your next job.

 

Call an engineer today! 800-683-0676

Our sales specialists are here to help you when you need it.
Find your sales representative.
Or give us a call 800-683-0676.