Extrusion Crosshead for Coating and Non-Stretch

The crosshead extrusion process is used when we produce parts that require reinforcement or encapsulation. The process involves running a substrate through a 90-degree crosshead while simultaneously extruding a coating over it.

This coating adds a strong and durable finish over the material, ensuring that it is prepared for the final applications.

What are the Common Uses for This Type of Coating?

Crosshead extrusion coating is often used on metallic substrates, but it can also be used with some fabrics and textiles.

This process is often the best choice when you need to add a waterproof layer to your products, create a decorative exterior, or increase the amount of protection surrounding the inner material.

The most common uses include cable, wire coating extrusion, pipe, electrical conduit, chain, dowels, and even rope or nylon strappings.

But that’s just a start. Contact one of our representatives today to learn more about these services and how we can customize them to your needs.

Get the High-Quality Components You Need

At Clark Rubber & Plastic, we provide precision extrusion services and can work with metal parts or other materials that require reinforcement or encapsulation. We only use the highest-quality thermoplastics and can work in small or large batches, producing simple or complex shapes.

We can work with a range of materials for your extrusion coating, including EPDM, PVC, ABS, HIPS, LPDE, and more.

We can help you determine which materials will provide the best results for your project.

Your Competitive Advantage

Our team is committed to working closely with you on every project to provide the quality, affordable solutions you need.

Clark Rubber & Plastic has been providing the highest standards of quality since the early 70s, and we’re still growing and still adding new services and products to our list of precision machining and other services. We have even added a 28,000 square-foot addition to our facility specifically for extrusion services.

Contact us today to work with an IATF16949:2016 First Edition-certified partner on your next project.