Casting concrete into rubber molds lets you make perfect copies of any original every time! Mold rubber can often be applied right at the job site. They can be brushed on, poured on, or sprayed onto a model. Urethane rubber molds cure overnight and last in production; saving you time, labor, and material costs. Both urethane and silicone mold rubbers can be used to make architectural elements, concrete stone veneer, large scale formliners, concrete countertops, GFRC panels, concrete stamps and more. The high abrasion resistance and toughness of urethane rubbers such as Vytaflex® mold rubbers allow for a very long production life.
"V-Polymer" urethane rubber perfect for casting concrete
Easy to use silicone rubber that self-thickens for making brush-on molds
"Brushable" Urethane Mold Rubber Compounds.
Well-suited for industrial applications including gaskets and pulleys, shock pads and production use with cements, hard plasters, fiberglass resins and epoxies
Designed to meet the most stringent requirements of industrial applications. You can't get a tougher rubber anywhere!
1A:1B mix ratio lower cost Shore 80A urethane rubber.
All acrylic, co-polymer dispersion (51% solids) specifically formulated for the GFRC production process.
Water soluble release agent for releasing concrete or gypsum from rubber molds.
Water based release agent for releasing concrete or gypsum from rubber molds.