Vulcanizing and Rubber Curing
Widespread use of autoclaves occurs in the molding of rubber and plastics.
   In the curing process, elastomer product is placed in molds on forms, mandrels, or frames, and then subjected to steam pressure that causes the temperature to rise. This process continues until the temperature is high enough to bring about chemical and physical changes in the product that allow it to attain the desired degree of elasticity, strength, and hardness.
   McGill AirPressure is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and installation of such rubber curing systems.

Tire Presses
McGill AirPressure designs and builds some of the largest off-the-road tire heater presses in the world, including a press 240 inches in diameter that stands five stories high. Our custom designs, quality workmanship, and years of experience are available to meet your off-the-road tire manufacturing needs.

Vulcanizer

Vulcanizer

Tire Press

Tire Press


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