At L. Himmelman Elastomers Limited, we have over 80 years' combined experience manufacturing custom rubber products in Nova Scotia. Take a look at some of the standard products we offer on this page. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Bumpers & Fenders LH1 (SD, D, H)
Our most common profiles of marine fendering; we supply individual lengths from 6in to 22ft for both small and large quantities. These sizes are the industry standard, however, we also produce custom sizes as required. Standard hardness is 70 durometer with other durometers and colors available on request.
Bumpers & Fenders LH2 (C, WT, LT)
Other profiles of marine fendering: Our C type cross section is designed to be held in position with a length of chain. The WT profile can be slid into a channel or welded angles for ease of maintenance. Our LT profile should be used on lighter duty applications as an edge protector; it can be attached with flatbar. Again different durometers (hardness) and colors are available on request.
Bumpers & Fenders LH3 (Split-D, R, P)
The Split-D fender is designed for light load applications with ease of attachment in mind. The P profile is designed as an edge protector again for lighter applications. The R profile is meant for heavy duty applications and is available in other custom sizes, durometers (hardness) and colors on request.
Hatch Seals Order Form
Hatch Seals are another popular product group. We extrude several hundred different cross sections in hardness ranging from 5 durometer to 90 durometer. Our material is designed to replace foam rubber which has porosity allowing the infiltration of water and debris. Water will freeze causing the foam to chip apart. The materials we use are non-porous solid rubber. Rubber formulations can be selected for UV, oil/chemical and temperature resistance. This order form can be used for standard shapes and sizes. If you have any questions or require a custom shape please contact us by phone at 902-468-4762 or email.
Roller Lagging Requirements
We have been relagging all types of pulleys and rollers with rubber for over 40 years. The rubber is hot vulcanized to the metal as opposed to cold bonding with adhesives. The thickness of rubber lagging can be tailored to the customer’s needs. A variety of rubber compounds are available for UV, oil/chemical, temperature resistance as well as traction requirements. Please contact us to discuss your needs.