Rubber Block

We manufacture different rubber block sizes for engineering, industrial, and shipping industries. The rubber block is usually made from SBR (Styrene-Butadiene Rubber), a compound rubber material with a polymer (elastic property) that makes it more durable and less rubbery than natural rubber. However, it’s cheaper than natural rubber without sacrificing its long-lasting wear and tear resistance. It is one of our rubber products with a wide range of applications, depending on its width and thickness.


Rubber blocks are commonly used in construction, automotive, and industrial applications. They are often used as a vibration dampener, noise reducer, or shock absorber. Some rubber blocks have adhesive on one side to stick to a surface. This can help create a seal or reinforce an object. Rubber blocks are cut from a sheet of rubber. The material is then compressed to form a block and can be machined, pressed, or molded. Rubber blocks are also known as resilient materials in the field of engineering.

Manufacturing Process

Rubber blocks are manufactured through several different processes. The two most common methods are compression molding and transfer molding. In compression molding, the rubber is heated until it is liquid and put into a mold. The pressure from the molding process causes the rubber to compress and harden. In transfer molding, the rubber is heated until it is liquid, then transferred to a mold. The pressure from the molding process causes the rubber to compress and harden.

Different Properties

Rubber blocks are a versatile material that has several desirable properties. They are strong and durable, making them ideal for building projects. They are also non-toxic and environmentally friendly, making them safe for children to play with. Additionally, rubber blocks are easy to clean and can be reused multiple times.

The type of rubber and the properties desired will determine the best block for the job. Hardness, resilience, and tear resistance are some of the most important properties when selecting a rubber block. Hardness refers to the resistance of rubber blocks to pressure. Rubber blocks that are too soft tend to wear down quickly, while those that are too hard can crack over time. Resilience measures a rubber block’s ability to return to its original shape after an impact.

Features of Rubber Block

  • Solid and thick rubber – made from SBR (suitable replacement for natural rubber)
  • Excellent resistance against wear and tear to increase its lifetime usage.
  • Sturdy and durable, rated as 10/10 to handle huge machinery.
  • Ideal protection for any huge machinery to reduce its vibration and noise levels – especially for soundproofing
  • High resistance to impact – for safety purposes
  • It has excellent weather resistance.
  • It has a strong resistance to any corrosive, but it is not suitable to use along with hydrocarbons or oils.
  • Its smooth surface and elasticity will not harm other components/machinery.
  • It can be easily installed in your desired location.
  • It has temperature resistance from -15°C up to 300 °C

Application Type: Engineering, Offshore, Shipping Industries, Commercial, and Industrial Sectors
Material: SBR (Styrene-Butadiene Rubber), Synthetic, Natural, EPDM, etc…
Color: Black
Variants: This may vary depending on the client’s specifications.
Purpose: Absorbs vibration, reduces noise levels and friction resistance, and gives protection to the properties.

Below are some of the actual products and applications.


Civil/Construction Rubber Products
Anti-Vibration Rubber Pad | Elastomeric Bearing Pad | Water Stopper |Wire Stopper

Industrial Rubber Products
Bumper | Column Guard | Footings | Polyurethane Wheel | Ramp | Rubber Block | Rubber Matting | Rubber Rollers | Rubber Suction | Rubber Wheel Chock

Mechanical Rubber Products
Coupling | Diaphragm | Rubber Bushing | Rubber Door Seal | Rubber End Cap | Rubber Gaskets | Rubber Ring | Rubber Tubing

Marine Rubber products
Arch Rubber Dock Fender | D-Type Rubber Dock Fender

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Landline : (02) – 8897-6651
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Address: #753 Quirino Highway, Brgy. San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City
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