Marine Extrusions

Kismet Rubber Products is a leading manufacturer of custom rubber and thermoplastic elastomer extruded parts for the marine industry. Our knowledgeable staff, with over 150 years of combined experience, will assist you in reviewing your product design and determining the best material and manufacturing process needed for your boat or marine vessel. Kismet is uniquely qualified to manufacture a custom extruded product for your marine application.

Marine Products

We manufacture the following for marine use:

Kismet rubber also offers electrical enclosure gaskets, and we can work with you to ensure that your gasket meets the correct IP rating of your enclosure. This can protect your enclosure from weather, UV light, chemicals and water.

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Materials for Marine Products

Our staff is available to help with the selection of the best material for your needs. We offer standard compounds of EPDM, chloroprene, or Neoprene®1, fluoroelastomers (FKM), silicone, thermoplastic rubber  (TPE), and flexible PVC. We can provide custom formulations if needed for your application or to meet industry or regulatory standards.

Our 100,000 sq. ft. facility is fully equipped with the latest equipment and technology, so we are able to manufacture both short and full production runs. We have eight extrusion lines, continuous cure microwave, salt cure, steam cure, and HAV systems, plastic extrusion equipment, precision cutting and splicing machines, and value-added finishing services. In addition, we offer in-house tool, die, and mold design and manufacturing to ensure that your parts are manufactured to the most exacting requirements.

 We are committed to manufacturing your part to the highest standard of excellence. Call today at 706-426-0400 to see how we can be of assistance.

Neoprene® is a registered trademark of DuPont Performance Elastomers # Neoprene® is a registered trademark of DuPont Performance Elastomers for their brand of Chloroprene Elastomer; Kismet Rubber Products reserves the right to provide a chloroprene material of another manufacturer in lieu of Neoprene®.

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