Living Without Water, Food… Rubber???

Uses for Rubber

Rubber is used in so many applications that most of us use dozens of items fully or partially made of rubber every day whether we realize it or not. Thousands of applications from the bottom of your shoes to the tires on your cars to your toothbrush use rubber as a component. In fact, rubber would be tough to live without!

Uses for Rubber

To see the several ways rubber, synthetic or natural, is integrated into our everyday products, take a look at your vehicle. Cars contain hundreds of rubber components including fan belts, radiator hoses, a myriad of small but vital parts that make up the engine, rear bumpers and airbags.

The significant impact rubber has on our personal lives stems from the fact that rubber is a key component for manufacturing, trucking, farm equipment, oil and gas, railroads, aerospace, health care products, food and beverage services and in many more industry sectors. One of the most common ways to use rubber is to custom mold it.

Custom Molded Rubber Products for Any Industry

Custom molded rubber products are produced using injection, compression, liquid and extrusion molding techniques. Products need rubber because it is strong, durable, flexible and waterproof. Rubber is highly resistant to stress, cracking and deterioration. Whether a tough or flexible material is needed, rubber works. Rubber remains the ideal choice because it provides great value when used to manufacture parts, components and tools.

About Goodyear Rubber

Goodyear Rubber manufactures rubber for applications for the aerospace, defense, food processing, construction, commercial, automotive, canning, sporting goods, mining and material handling sectors.

Goodyear Rubber takes care of all components of the rubber manufacturing process from design through production. We are ISO 9001:2008 certified and ROHS compliant. Contact us at (909) 987-1774 or for more information on how we can help you.

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