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      J PRICE (of BATH) LTD established 1936
ISO 9001: 2001


                  The Rubber Industry.

                                             A description which covers a wide spectrum


      Bridge mounts, a vast array of rubber products for Industry,

              consumer products including balls of all kinds  Rubber is also used for many medical purposes.


  There are many descriptions for rubber companies:

         Rubber  processors, rubber moulders, rubber  component companies, rubber product producers, a rubber  moulders. rubber mills and many other specialised  names.

         Rubber products come in all shapes and guises.

          Rubber bellows, from simple single convolution up to  long convoluted  lengths.

          Rubber plugs, rubber bungs and rubber bushes, often standard items.



For vehicles:

       J Price produce rubber spares for Land  Rover and other vehicle  companies. Such as rubber suspension  vibration mounts, Clutch, Brake and Accelerator pedal pads, mats for dash boards and car and truck interiors. Diesel engine pipe seals.


          Older car parts  are  rubber bonnet fasteners, bonnet stops, mud flaps, washers gaskets and bellows for   Riley Leyland, Triumph. A number of the old car, truck and lorry manufacturers parts are still available .

There are also gear lever bellow seals, cable seals, bulkhead    rest rubbers, rubber seals for many areas of vehicles, plate rubbers,buffers,grommets for trucks and lorries.


            We can help  to produce obsolete rubber parts, design, develop and produce new parts.


     If we do not already make it we usually can. Small or large quantities .

A bit of History. A Rubber Products Maker (which includes  TENNIS  AND SQUASH BALLS) before World War 2, when  ball making ceased and War items took over. 1947 saw JPrice with the Admiralty,(MOD) developing antivibration units for ships, engines,compressors and generators. Still made and used today

Manufacturing rubber components from a few grams up to 50kilos

Small enough for rapid  enough to meet most requirements

                                               Established 81 years


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