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Rubber Compression Moulding Machine

Our range of products include 40 ton rubber compression moulding machine and 150 ton hydraulic rubber compression moulding machine.
40 Ton Rubber Compression Moulding Machine

40 Ton Rubber Compression Moulding Machine

Rs 2.2 Lakh  / UnitGet Best Price
Platen Size12x12 inch
Machine Type4-Pillar Type
No. of StationSingle
Stroke Length150 mm
Motor Power3 HP
Weight650 kg
PhaseSingle Phase
Production Capacity40 Ton
Frequency50 Hz
Voltage240 V
MaterialMS
Country of OriginMade in India

Its a process in which tremendous pressure is applied to the work. It's suitable for smaller items with low to medium production numbers where the tightest tolerances.


Compression moulding necessitates the use of a blank ( of required shape, size, weight). Plays a key role in controlling mould flow rate to avoid air entrapment and excess flash.


A heated mould tool and the pressure of a clamping press are used to form the rubber. The curing or vulcanisation process takes place before the final portion is removed and cooled. An open mould with an elastomer blank positioned in the cavity is used in compression moulding. The final output consumable product is formed in a closed mould.

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150 Ton Hydraulic Rubber Compression Moulding Machine

150 Ton Hydraulic Rubber Compression Moulding Machine

Rs 6.5 Lakh  / UnitGet Best Price
Platen Size550 x 500 mm
Machine Type4-Pillar Type
No. of StationDouble
Stroke Length300 mm
Bore Diameter250 mm
Motor Power7.5 HP
MaterialMS
Production Capacity150 Ton
Frequency50 Hz
Country of OriginMade in India

Its a process in which tremendous pressure is applied to the work. It's suitable for smaller items with low to medium production numbers where the tightest tolerances.


Compression moulding necessitates the use of a blank ( of required shape, size, weight). Plays a key role in controlling mould flow rate to avoid air entrapment and excess flash.


A heated mould tool and the pressure of a clamping press are used to form the rubber. The curing or vulcanisation process takes place before the final portion is removed and cooled. An open mould with an elastomer blank positioned in the cavity is used in compression moulding. The final output consumable product is formed in a closed mould.

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