Elastomers

The Art and Engineering of Advanced Materials

With expertise across areas including elastomers, silicone, medical device manufacturing, medical grade silicone and additive manufacturing, the Romar Engineering team understands materials implicitly. Manufacturing materials expertise is perhaps one of the lesser known aspects of manufacturing – but it is critical for exceptional and innovative manufacturing solutions.

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Best Applications for Fluorosilicone

With over 40 years’ experience, Romar Engineering is the leader in bespoke silicone solutions. Our broad silicone expertise includes medical grade silicone, silicone molding and fluorosilicone – which has particular benefits for the aerospace and industrial industries. To understand whether it’s the best option for your project, it’s important to understand its material characteristics.

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Best Uses for Nitrile Rubber Manufacturing

A core part of our capability across elastomers, silicone, precision moulding, medical device manufacturing and additive manufacturing, is expansive materials expertise, which is central to robust manufacturing solutions. At Romar, we commonly work with nitrile rubber, and here we explain its benefits, best uses and common manufacturing applications across diverse sectors.

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Romar Engineering and the Secret World of Elastomers

Elastomers are highly specialised materials – that are surprisingly pervasive. As a global leader in elastomers, Romar Engineering excels in creating elastomeric solutions for the medical, aerospace, automative, mining and industrial sectors. Practical applications are extensive… so much so that you will frequently find elastomers in objects that we use daily. Elastomers are the elite of soft materials… and they are all around us.

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A brief history of Silicone Rubber

The native element of Silicon has been used since the stone age, initially to create tools for protection. Silicone rubber is a modern category of elastomer (a rubber-like material). The mid 20th century saw chemists start to develop and use silicone rubber for commercial purposes. Today we use silicone rubber for many things in everyday life and it has diverse industrial applications.

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Milwaukee Silicone Elastomers Course 2019

During February 2019, Romar Engineering materials engineer Carlo Cartini attended a 4-day silicone elastomers course in Anaheim, California. The focus of this course was liquid silicone rubber (LSR), in particular its fabrication and recent advances. Carlo was the only attendee from Australia. Presenters at this course are leaders in the industry, and two were involved in the creation of liquid silicone rubber. 

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Cost Fluctuations in Manufacturing Materials

Romar’s engineers consider multiple factors in material selection. Fluctuating prices in manufacturing materials arise not just by the choice of material, however. There are several aspects that might affect manufacturing material costs including the need to meet industry regulations and standards, plus the impact of global markets on raw material availability and shipping.

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