When you stop and think about it, rubber is an extremely common component on many products. Industrial machinery and equipment often contains rubber seals, skirting, and guarding, for example. Some products, such as medical devices, use specialized rubber components, while on transportation equipment, rubber is so common that we usually take its presence for granted. What is often overlooked, however, is that most of these applications require custom rubber products that have been especially designed and produced to service the purpose at hand.

For over 25 years, Canada Rubber Group Inc. (CRGI) has manufactured custom rubber products for both standard and highly specialized applications. Our expertise with rubber, sponge and other materials, coupled with our advanced manufacturing capabilities, allow us to create customized solutions for each customer’s application. In this blog, we highlight some of the custom rubber products that we have produced to service customer applications.

CRGI Custom Rubber Products

No matter your application, if you require a custom rubber product, CRGI can produce it. We draw on our extensive materials inventory, expertise, and manufacturing capabilities to produce what you need, when you need it. All products supplied by CRGI are manufactured in our headquarters facility using advanced CNC equipment, under a quality management system certified to ISO 9001:2008. To find out more about the custom rubber products CRGI can supply, please contact our sales department at crg@canadarubbergroup.com.


Abrasion And High Wear Applications

Abrasion-Resistant Rubber Parts

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Electrical Applications

Rubber Grommets for Flexible Wiring and Cabling

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Automotive & OEM

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