RubberMill offers total capability in the precision production of dense and sponge rubber products, and gasketing materials.
Our rubber products are manufactured using the following methods:
RubberMill's fabrication capabilities include:
RubberMill also offers a wide range of pressure sensitive adhesive products in both rubber and acrylic formulations. Our adhesive systems include direct hot-melt adhesive coating, and supported and unsupported transfer adhesive tapes.
In 2003, RubberMill introduced Fibramat as a friendly alternative to fiberglass insulation. Employees and product consumers finally had an alternative to the itchy consequences of handling fiberglass. Find out more about Fibramat and how it can make your product better and much friendlier. Visit our Fibramat Page.
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RubberMill was established in 1985 as a North Carolina Sub Chapter S Corporation.
RubberMill's 40,000 square foot facility is located on a seven acre industrial tract in Liberty, North Carolina. Conveniently located in the North Central Piedmont area, RubberMill offers a talented and dedicated workforce. The Town of Liberty is located midway between Boston, MA and Miami, FL. Excellent transportation facilities are available including: air, truck, and parcel service.
Female Owned • USA Corporation • ISO 9001:2008 Registered
RubberMill is a service oriented company that values each and every customer. Our dedicated sales professionals have the experience and expertise to provide technical information and quotations regarding our products.
Rubbermill's production personnel and sales staff work together closely to ensure that orders are correctly processed and shipped on time to meet scheduled delivery requirements.
Call us Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm EST to talk to a person... not a machine!
The RubberMill Logo
Many people ask us about our pelican logo. The pelican was adopted as the official logo for RubberMill in 1985. RubberMill's founder, who had an interest in birds, purchased a pelican carving while attending the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition in Charleston, SC. Upon returning from Charleston, he placed the carving on his desk. Later in the day, the evening sun cast a shadow of the pelican on the office wall. Liking what he saw, he traced an outline of the shadow on a cardboard box and the logo was born. You may notice that we recently updated our logo, but the pelican remains as a constant.
Call us today and talk to a person, not a machine
A wonderful bird is the Pelican,
His bill can hold more than his belican.
He can take in his beak
Food enough for a week;
But I’m damned if I see how the helican.
by Dixon Lanier Merritt
(often incorrectly attributed to Ogden Nash)
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