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SINCE 1972

About Us

Established in 1972, Western Rubbers specializes in manufacturing all types of extruded rubber seals. With over 50 years of experience, our seals are made up of elastomers having specially developed in-house formulations, which make our seals not only appealing in aesthetics but also long lasting in extreme environments. We take pride in extruding intricate shapes and designs, which have otherwise been difficult to manufacture. We guide and work with our clients to meet their stringent parameters on compression set, elongation, hardness, density and other such physical as well as chemical properties which are required in their application.

Fastest Order Turnaround Time

Enabled by a team of highly experienced in-house tool designers, machine operators, hands-on sales coordinators and quality control personnel

In-House R&D and Compounding

Highly motivated team undertaking daily research and testing activities to discover solutions for a better tomorrow that fits every budget and quality requirement

Globally Competitive Pricing

Bulk exports and volume productions enable us to transfer additional cost benefits to our customers whilst matching global standards of production and quality

Just-in-Time (JIT) Delivery

Having reputed logistics partners across the globe enables us to ensure Just-in-Time (JIT) delivery of goods at your doorstep and unmatched customer experience throughout the supply chain.


Years in Business
Countries Serviced

Our Products

Footless Seals

Type 1


Fasten in Seals

Type 2


Snap In Seals

Type 3


Bonded Bottom Seals

Type 4


Slot Fit Seals

Type 5


U seal

U seals also known as Rubber U channel or U type rubber extrusions.

D seal

D seals have unique design features that allow them to be hollow from within.

P seal

H seals are used between windows and doors for shock absorption and heat and sound insulation.

H seal

H seals are used between windows and doors for shock absorption and heat and sound insulation.

E seal

E type seals are also known as refrigerator seals. These seals have an added benefit of hollow bulbs.

Solid seal

Solid seals or rubber cords are primarily manufactured in silicone, EPDM, BUNA N and FKM.


Platinum Cured Silicone Single Braided Hoses


Platinum Cured Silicone SS Coiled Hoses


Platinum Cured Silicone SS Coiled and Braided Hoses


Platinum Cured Silicone Fabric Wrapped and SS Coiled Hoses


PTFE Inner Core with SS Braiding jacketed in Platinum Cured Silicone


Platinum Cured Silicone Tubes


Platinum Cured Silicone Sleeves


Tubes For Non Regulatory Market

Fabric Reinforced Diaphragm
Fabric Reinforced Diaphragms

They have a layer of fabric sandwiched between two elastomer layers.

Homogeneous Rubber Diaphragm
Rubber diaphragms

Similar to fabric reinforced diaphragms, except without the layer of fabric reinforcement.

Insert Molded Diaphragm
Inserts Molded Diaphragm

These diaphragms have plastic or metal inserts bonded into the diaphragm.

Laminated Diaphragm
Laminated Diaphragm

They have a PTFE sheet bonded with rubber thus offering chemical resistance.

Molded Die Cut Diaphragm
Molded die cut diaphragms

Can be made available in any shape or size.

PTFE Diaphragm
PTFE Diaphragm

PTFE belongs to the fluoroplastics family. It is highly chemically inert.

Industries Catered

With over 30 years of knowledge and expertise, Western Rubbers continues to be a leading manufacturer of rubber parts and components. Our custom engineered rubber solutions cater to various applications for leading industries across the globe.


Owing to the nature of the products, the pharmaceutical industry demands 100% contamination proof sealing. Being a leader in rubber sealing for the pharmaceutical industry, we ensure the right elastomers are used for specific applications. Rubber components are used in hygienic pipework, blenders, mixers, fluid bed dryers, valves or pumps offering excellent chemical resistance, durability and performance that guarantees the integrity of the product.


Be it transportation networks like bridges, roads, rail or commercial real estate or housing schemes, transportation and construction industries have a significant impact on all walks of life. These industries use rubber parts for heavy machineries used in construction, door and window seals, cement transfer and other such critical processes. With in-house expertise in extrusion and molding, we custom manufacture all types of rubber products be it simple or complex.

Pumps & Valves

Rubber diaphragms, being resistant to a variety of media at different pressures, are known to offer superior quality and efficient functionality.Western Rubbers specialize in manufacturing standard as well as custom engineered precision quality diaphragms and OEM replacements for critical applications in air, liquid and vacuum services.

Oil & Gas

Western Rubbers is associated with manufacturing rubber products required in all phases of the process from extraction to refining to distribution. We understand the critical nature of the processes in this industry and hence ensure every product is custom engineered to the exact specification to meet the industrial demands.


The defense industry has high dependence on rubber products that can work in challenging applications. Superior rubber products help support and strengthen components and machinery used by army, navy and the air force which give them an advantage over adversaries in the battlefield. Western Rubbers not only manufactures defense parts, but also assists in indigenizing products with in house reverse engineering and R&D techniques.

Food & Dairy

Rubber parts must be designed to withstand aggressive conditions like extremes of temperatures, pressures, reactive process media and unique chemicals, to prevent entry of any contaminant in the process. Due to our experience of over a decade in this field we can support our customers with all regulatory documents and certification like NSF-51, Sanitary 3A, USFDA 21 CFR , European Pharmacopoeia.


Passenger and freight rail applications have significant sealing needs. Tanker rail cars use gaskets to seal manways. Passenger rail cars have a variety of applications like side wall liners, window seals, door seals etc. Western Rubbers’ inflatable seals are used to seal sliding doors in passenger rail cars to keep unwanted elements out, while enhancing rider comfort and safety.


Owing to the critical nature of this industry, nuclear facilities have to rely on full proof rubber products that guarantee 100% leak proof solutions. With our in-house R&D team, we develop our own formulations and compounds of materials and provide recommendations and suggestions to our customers from time to time. We ensure that our parts have requisite nuclear and chemical hazard compatibility.

Our Clients

Our Blogs

Stay updated with the latest in rubber sealing, reference guides, important company & industry updates and much more with our blogs.

5 manufacturing defects to watch out for in Extruded Rubber Profile

Rubber extrusion is a popular manufacturing process used to create a wide range of rubber products, such as seals,gaskets, and hoses. However, even with careful planning and execution, defects can occur during the extrusionprocess. These defects can affect the performance and appearance of the final product. In this blog, we will discussfive common manufacturing defects to watch out for in extruded rubber profiles

7 Key Design Considerations for Manufacturing Perfect Rubber Extrusions

In these unprecedented times there is a major need to contain the spread of the Coronavirus due to which many businesses have been forced to switch to remote working.

Exploring the Types of Rubber Materials for Extrusion

Rubber extrusion is a popular method for manufacturing rubber products of various shapes and sizes. This process involves pushing rubber material through a die to create a specific shape or profile.

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