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MRM has invested £2 million in the last 12 years into injection mouldings for Rubber/Silicone/Plastic and TPR.

Capacity List

Rubber/Silicone Injection Moulding

A screw injection system provides a specific amount of rubber into a closed, pressurised, mould.

The injection unit is fed by a supply of uncured rubber, which is maintained at room temperature to prevent premature curing.

Large components and components demanding more precision often benefit from being injection moulded. Injection moulding is usually used for multi-cavity moulds and is capable of producing many components per cycle.

Typical tolerances are in accordance with British Standards guidelines, although tighter tolerances can often be achieved by altering the flow of material within the mould and the design quality of the mould. We frequently use mould flow simulation techniques to ascertain the optimum mould design.

Advantages of Injection Moulding over Compression moulding

MRM Operates both TPR and Rubber injection machines 24 hours per day.

Automation is designed where possible to attain the lowest possible cost price.

The volume in 2012 was above 25 million components.