847-689-8600
 
 
 
Print Page Recently Viewed

You have not viewed any products recently.

Recently Viewed

 

Tire Industry

 
Tire Industry

Tire manufacture requires kneading, or mixing, of the rubber combined with other ingredients.  This operation is performed on a Banbury mills.
 
The next process is through a variety of mills, in which the rubber is again passed through opposing rolls and heated by friction.  These rolls use hot water or low pressure steam to elevate the temperature of the rubber. 
 
The rubber is then diverted either to a tread tuber or sheeting mill.  Tubers use unions on extruder screws.  Unions are also required on the rolls of sizing mill or sheeter. 
 
After the sheeter the rubber is processed through calendaring rolls which use unions for heating the rubber until it becomes workable.  Calenders use various size unions.
 
In addition to the rubber, many tire plants make cord of polyester, glass fiber or steel.  Water and steam unions are used on the equipment which manufacture these components. 

 

Browse by Media

Water
Water
Most common media used for cooling in a variety of applications including printing, plastics, tire and rubber, steel, and aluminum casting
 
 
Water Glycol
Water Glycol
Common media that expands the temperature range of water for both heating and cooling, primarily rolls
 
 
Air
Air

Media used for pneumatic applications that transmit air at specific pressures or volume, including clutch, brake, machine tool, holding, clamping

 
 
Hydraulic
Hydraulic
Media used for applications that deliver fluid pressure for actuation, clamping, and, indexing
 
 
Brake Fluid
Brake Fluid
Media used for hydraulic applications that deliver fluid pressure for actuation, clamping, indexing; brake fluid requires unique sealing technology vs. hydraulic
 
 
Coolant
Coolant
Most common media for machine tool applications; through-spindle coolant dispenses at the cutting surface for greater efficiency than flood cooling
 
 
MQL
MQL
Minimum quantity lubrication or MQL is a mixture of air and coolant prevalent in machine tool applications
 
 
Hot Oil
Hot Oil
Media used for heating of rolls for a variety of applications including plastics, paper, tire, and rubber
 
 
Steam
Steam
Media used in heating applications, primarily rolls for paper, corrugating, converting, tire and rubber, and food processing
 
 
Vacuum
 
 

Browse by Type

View All

Latest News

Deublin GmbH moves from Hofheim to Mainz Germany into a brand new....
 
Machine Design publishes Machine Tool FAQ article featuring Deublin product photo...​
 
Machine Design publishes Slip Ring FAQ article featuring Deublin product photo...​
 
MPSS142_US_-_Cover
A new product line of multi-passage soft-seal rotating unions is now available from Deublin Company. Rotating unions are components in a broad range of...
 
Catalog_ST141_US_Page_01
The new catalog features rotary unions for In-the-Shaft mounting, threaded rotor mounting and Bearingless CCM unions. In addition, ...
 
10/26/2013 9:54:00 AM
Deublin is now in a position to offer integrated packages that includes Rotating Union and Slip Ring...
 
9/6/2013 9:57:00 AM
The new site allows selection of union by size and configuration or industry and application for most industrial applications of rotary unions...
 

Events

No events at this time. Click here to browse all Deublin Events.
 

 
847-689-8600
Welcome to DEUBLIN >
X

Welcome to Deublin.com!

Since 1945, Deublin has grown from a small garage shop to the world’s largest manufacturer of rotary unions (rotating unions). Our worldwide distribution network allows OEM’s all over the world to specify Deublin rotary unions when purchasing equipment made in another country. Wherever you’re located, Deublin has a stocking distributor nearby to meet your fluid handling requirements—quickly. Rotary unions must accommodate a broad range of materials, viscosities, temperatures, pressures and speeds. That’s why the Deublin rotary union product line offers over 500 standard rotary unions, over 3,000 separate models, and more than 6,000 individual components to handle them.

AEO
 
close (X)