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Taizhou Jiasheng Rubber & Plastic Co., Ltd.

Famous oil seal & rubber products wholesalers and Rubber Seal Products Exporters in China, Company was established in 2000, we have specialized in the production of skeleton oil seals, O-rings, dust jackets, sheaths, rubber gaskets, protective coils and other seal products. It has a history of more than 20 years.
  • Strong R&D capabilities and a comprehensive rubber seal product line.

  • 3 rubber extrusion lines and 40 flat vulcanizing machines.

  • In addition to customized products, we also produce standard parts such as O-rings and oil seals..

  • Passed the tests of ROSH, FDA, PAHS and REACH.

  • Rubber Type: Natural rubber (NR). Nitrile rubber (NBR), hydrogenated nitrile rubber (HNBR). Fluorine Rubber (FPM), Ethylene Propylene Rubber (EPDM), Silicone Rubber (SI), Neoprene Rubber (CR), Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR), Butyl Rubber (IIR), Butadiene Rubber (BR), Acrylate Rubber (ACM) ). We OEM/ODM oil seal & rubber products.

Why choose us

Jiasheng Rubber & Plastic focuses on product research and development. We solve problems for customers from the source of design, strive for excellence in equipment, technology, quality control, etc., and continuously improve standards.

  • professional and dedicated

    We, Jiasheng, have been focusing on rubber products for 22 years. Production process design and program control make each batch of products more stable and traceable, and obtain high-efficiency production control.

  • innovating

    We have a strong R&D team to develop and design practical, durable, and rubber products, and we can also develop and produce products according to the drawings or samples provided by customers.

  • high quality

    We have our own laboratory and advanced testing equipment in the industry, constantly verify, pursue details, and create products that satisfy customers.

  • custom made

    It is our goal to fully communicate with customers, choose a better solution, and maximize the long-term interests of customers.

  • Brand Internationalization

    Layout overseas markets, provide diversified choices, and make the world fall in love with Chinese manufacturing.

  • After-sales service

    Continue to pay attention to the follow-up usage, and continuously improve the design, production, quality control and other links according to the feedback. Your satisfaction is the source of motivation for us to continue to do a good job.

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Jiasheng has a strong technical force, has introduced internationally advanced production technology and imported rubber formula from Taiwan, and has a well-equipped rubber laboratory.

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Industry Knowledge Extension

What are the differences between rubber and plastic materials?

Rubber and plastic are both synthetic materials that are widely used in manufacturing due to their versatility, durability, and low cost. However, there are some important differences between these two materials in terms of their properties, uses, and manufacturing processes.

One of the main differences between rubber and plastic is their chemical composition. Rubber is a natural polymer that is derived from the sap of rubber trees, while plastic is made from synthetic or semi-synthetic polymers that are derived from petrochemicals.

Another key difference is their flexibility and elasticity. Rubber is known for its elasticity and ability to return to its original shape after being stretched or compressed, while plastic is generally less elastic and more rigid. This makes rubber a popular choice for applications that require sealing, cushioning, or vibration resistance.

Rubber and plastic also have different temperature and chemical resistance properties. Rubber is generally more resistant to high temperatures and chemicals than plastic, making it a popular choice for applications in industries such as automotive and aerospace. Plastic, on the other hand, is often used in applications that require water resistance, such as packaging and consumer goods.

In terms of manufacturing processes, rubber is typically formed through a process called vulcanization, which involves heating natural rubber with sulfur to increase its strength and elasticity. Plastic, on the other hand, is produced through a variety of methods such as extrusion, injection molding, and blow molding, which involve melting and shaping the polymer material into the desired form.

What properties of rubber and plastic make them suitable for different applications?

Rubber and plastic are versatile materials that are used in a wide range of applications, from consumer products to industrial applications. The key properties of these materials that make them suitable for different applications include:

(1)Elasticity and Flexibility: Rubber is known for its elasticity and flexibility, which makes it suitable for applications that require cushioning, shock absorption, and vibration resistance. Plastic can also be flexible, but it is generally less elastic than rubber.

(2)Durability: Both rubber and plastic are durable materials that can withstand wear and tear, making them ideal for applications that require long-lasting performance, such as automotive parts and machinery components.

(3)Chemical Resistance: Rubber and plastic can be designed to resist exposure to chemicals, making them suitable for use in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and medical devices where exposure to harsh chemicals is common.

(4)Water Resistance: Plastic is particularly suited for applications that require water resistance, such as packaging, containers, and water pipes.

(5)Temperature Resistance: Rubber is known for its ability to withstand high temperatures, making it a popular choice for applications in industries such as automotive and aerospace. Plastic, on the other hand, can be designed to withstand low temperatures, making it suitable for use in refrigeration and freezer applications.

(6)Machinability: Both rubber and plastic can be machined and formed into complex shapes and designs, making them ideal for use in a wide range of products, from toys to medical devices.

(7)Cost: Both rubber and plastic are relatively inexpensive materials, which makes them attractive options for manufacturers who need to produce large quantities of products at a low cost.