James Walker Keaflex

James Walker Keaflex

Kea-Flex Mouldings Limited
53 Woolmer Way
Woolmer Trading Estate
GU35 9QE
United Kingdom

Tel:+44 (0)1420 473645
Fax:+44 (0)1420 487498

Email: keaflex@jameswalker.biz

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About Us

A history of innovation with 30 years of experience in manufacturing precision rubber mouldings for all types of industries is James Walker Keaflex's strength.

Operating from our modern factory in Bordon, Hampshire, we are recognised as an innovative company producing precision components from our comprehensive range of moulding machines. Our in-house toolshop is capable of creating precision injection and compression moulds.

In-house engineering and tooling

We have always endeavoured to be something far more than just a manufacturer of rubber components. Therefore, right from the start, we have designed and manufactured the majority of our tooling 'in house'. Our full 2D and 3D capabilities include the ability to reverse engineer any moulding to produce single cavity compression through to multi-cavity injection tooling.

This policy has led to high quality moulded products, often to tight dimensional tolerances not generally associated with the manufacture of mechanical rubbers. Working closely with customers from design through to prototype and on to full production, we provide complete solutions to our customers' exacting needs. Your e-mailed drawings can be on our screens within seconds.

Industries served include

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Defence
  • Food processing
  • Aerospace

Rubber engineering
A selection of our available materials includes:

  • Natural rubber
  • Silicone
  • Butyl
  • Neoprene
  • Polyurethane
  • Fluorocarbon
  • EPDM
  • Nitrile
  • SBR
  • High Nitrile
  • LSR

2014 James Walker Customer Satisfaction Survey Report is now available for download
2014 Customer Satisfaction Survey

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