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The Importance of Quality Rubber Insulation for HVAC Industries

Posted By:  Sperry & Rice
Friday, June 1, 2018

Thanks to the HVAC industry, living comfortably in harsh climatic condition has become possible. We can live in the middle of the deserts with extremely high temperatures and scorching heat without breaking a sweat. We could also be living in subzero temperatures roaming around our house in shorts and tee-shirts not feeling the extreme temperature around us.

Air conditioners make this possible, but the truth is that these air-conditioners would not be able to perform without quality rubber. Rubber and other similar materials like foam and certain plastic are the core components of any sort of air conditioning machine. Rubber can be called the air and water for the HVAC industry. The best HVAC industries thrive for excellent products and services for their customers, and look for the best possible components for the manufacturing of their products.

Uses of Rubber for HVAC

Rubber and other similar products are mostly used for insulation inside and around the air conditioning units. Usually the place that needs to have its climate controlled also requires insulation around it. The process of insulation is simply used to keep energy; mostly heat, electricity and sound, contained and not allowed to spread. Insulation makes it possible for air conditioners to maintain temperature, otherwise air conditioners would perpetually keep trying to cool or heat a room and the heat would spread around making it impossible for the HVAC units to work.

The HVAC units also use rubber insulation inside its machinery to insulate its components. Proper and effective insulation can save energy and improve the efficiency of the unit. Poor insulation leads to poor efficiency which can make the HVAC units energy hogging machines. HVAC industries, to improve their energy efficiency, employ high quality rubber insulation. This gives the customers machines that are practical and efficient.

Several of the tubing and the piping are made of rubber in the HVAC units. High grade rubber can make these machines last longer and not break so easily, since good quality rubber is durable and can last a long time without getting damaged. Rubber is also air and water proof, making it an ideal material for use as a seal pipe.

The rubber’s ability to mold into different shapes is also used by the HVAC industry to make different structural parts of the air conditioner units. Rubber is also used as anti-vibration pads that are used to protect the moving parts from damage.

Rubber is also used for sound proofing due it being a good insulator. Loud air conditioners are now history. By using high quality rubber HVAC industry is able to come up with quiet, even silent air conditioners.

Bottom Line

The HVAC industry needs quality rubber products, and Sperry & Rice is capable of producing high quality product that specifically caters HVAC industry. Sperry & Rice is capable of providing premium quality products because they control all aspects of the process ensuring that they are producing products that meet customer requirements and exceed customer expectation.


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Sperry & Rice LLC has been in the rubber & sponge business since the 1940s. We are proud to offer innovative engineering solutions, advanced manufacturing processes, and comprehensive quality controls to produce precision rubber and cellular components.

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- On-Time Delivery
- In-House Design & Engineering
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Brookville Plant:
9146 US 52
Brookville, IN 47012

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1088 North Main St.
Killbuck, OH 44637
Phone: (765) 647-4141
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