Business Type: Manufacturer/Factory,Trading Company
Custom Silicone Rubber Handle Grip Cover for Fridge/Door/Motorcycle/Pot
Industrial, Vehicle, Electronic, Household
Can Be Costomized
Any Pantone Color Is Available
Anti-Slip, Reusable, Non-Toxic
Sports Apparatus, Bicycle Handle, Machine Handle
Compression Molding or Plastic Injection Tooling
Anti-Skid, Tear Resistance,
Poly Bags, Carton Boxes
CE, ROHS, FDA
Custom Silicone Rubber Handle Grip Cover Silicone Handle Grip Coveris also known as Silicone handle grips, rubber grips, etc, produced by compress mold, working like a silicone protective gloves. Silicone Hand Grip is mainly used for sports apparatus, golf grips, tennis rackets, bicycle & motorcycle handles, industrial machenical handles, etc.
Silicone Hand Grip is made of rubber ( NR, EPDM, MVQ, HNBR, FKM ) solid or liquid silicone, plastic, polyurethane, Prothane, nylon, PU, PVC, PTFE, etc. This kind of material is very popular in wide usages for skid resistance, abrasion resistance, tear resistance, oil proof, anti-collision, etc.
Silicone Hand Grip are commonly utilized in our daily life, such as, tennis racket, bicycle & motorcycle, fitting machines, etc. They are typically designed to be roughly cylindrical that fit tightly over handle grips.
Silicone Hand GripProduction Our Company Advantages: 1. Competitive Price: Origin Manufacturer. 2. Making Precision Mold Tools for Silicone Grip since 1998 3. Five experienced technical and design persons work in Rubber Hand Grip 4. Silicon Hand Grip Production and Test strictly according to ISO9001. 5. Full Test Equipment: projector, sclerometer etc. 6. Production Environment: Clean Room for Silicone Handle Grip production 7. 2 Assembly Lines in dust-free plant 8. 5 production plants: Mold-Making Plant, Silicone/Rubber Compress Plant, Plastic Injection Plants, LSR Injection Plant, Assembly Plants, where different Silicone handle grips can be produced.
Custom Silicone Hand Grip Demands: 1. Offer 2/3 D design Drawings 2. Design and Size Demands 3. Hardness Demands 4. Hardness Tolerance Demands 5. Materials Demands