Rubber Fatigue Testing

What is the Purpose of Fatigue Testing? Fatigue testing is a valuable tool for predicting how a material will react to repeat distortions and when it might crack or rupture while in service. Testing experts can simulate an accelerated life cycle in a laboratory to...

Latex Vs. Rubber

What is the Difference Between Latex and Rubber? The words “latex” and “rubber” are used together so frequently that some people assume they’re interchangeable. Many even wonder, “Is latex rubber?” However, latex and rubber are two different materials, and there are...

Electrical Testing

What Is an Electrical Test? Why Is it Important to Perform Electricity Tests? Electrical testing is critical for understanding the way electrical charges move through a material and across its surfaces. Electrical testing methods can be used to quantify electrical...

Rubber Consulting Services

From material selection and product design to pre-launch validation testing and failure analysis, there are many elements to a successful rubber product. A rubber consulting team can offer extra support at every step of the process. Rubber Consulting There are many...

What is Synthetic Rubber?

Synthetic rubber refers to virtually any rubber material that is manmade. Synthetic rubber mimics the desirable properties of natural rubber and is used in many of the same applications. There is a wide range of synthetic rubbers available on the market, many of which...

Silicone Consulting Services

Silicone is a unique and in-demand material with an impressive array of desirable properties. Silicone is durable, non-reactive, and water resistant. It remains stable at extreme temperatures and in aggressive environments. For these and other reasons, silicone is a...