Our Rubber Factory FacilityMonmouth Rubber is located in Long Branch NJ. All manufacturing, lab operations and sales are at this one location.
About Our Facility
Monmouth Rubber & Plastics closed cell sponge rubber and plastic foam manufacturing facility in Long Branch NJ is designed to supply material on a world scale.
Its rubber manufacturing equipment and processes are designed to make Monmouth competitive on a quality and cost level with manufacturers of similar closed cell sponge rubber and plastic foam products anywhere in the world.
Land & Building
Monmouth Rubber & Plastics’ factory is located in Long Branch N.J. All rubber manufacturing, lab testing and office operations are at this one location. The rubber and plastics manufacturing plant is owned by the Bonforte family and is debt free.
Monmouth Rubber operates a complete machine shop for the building and rebuilding of machinery, tools, and dies. Monmouth has modern state-of-the-art production equipment including:
Water: supplied by N.J. American Water Company.
Sewer: supplied by the Long Branch Sewer Authority.
Electricity: Primary power transformed on site to 2500 amps.
Natural Gas: bought wholesale at the well head.
Environmental: Monmouth is in compliance with all local, state, and federal environmental, health and safety regulations. Monmouth has been inspected and approved by all respective agencies. Please see our NJ State Environmental Stewardship Award for Recycling.
Physical Test Lab
Monmouth Rubber has a fully equipped physical testing lab capable of running most of the physical property tests required by ASTM, DINS, ANSI, ISO, SAE as well as customer specifications such as Ford, GM, Honda and many other world scale manufacturers. Specialized testing is done under contract with outside approved testing labs. Monmouth is approved by the U.S. Government under a variety of QPL products such as Mil-R-6855. Monmouth Rubber and Plastics Corp. is a U.S.A., ISO certified basic manufacturer of closed cell sponge rubber and plastic foam.
Monmouth Rubber and Plastics is an active member of the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) and contributes to the writing of many of the ASTM standards and specifications used worldwide.
Monmouth also has active memberships with the:
National Institute of Packaging, Handling and Logistics Engineers (NIPHLE)
Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE)
American Chemical Society-Rubber Division
Gasket Fabricators Association (GFA)
Institute of Packaging Professionals (IOPP)
Contact us now to put our rubber and plastic expertise to work for your company.
Underwriters Laboratories has a set of industry standards that it uses to test electronic components, including gaskets.
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Team Monmouth's commitment is to bring ongoing value to our customers. We constantly strive to improve products and services that meet your needs and exceed your expectations. Please select one of our team members below to discuss how we can help you!
Cut It. Coat It. Form it. It will do just about anything you want it to do.
Whether you’re looking for open cell sponge rubber, solid sheeting or closed cell plastic foam, you can count on Monmouth Rubber & Plastics to deliver the materials you want.
TRUSTED & COMMITTED
The Bonforte family and Monmouth Rubber & Plastics assures our fabricators, GFR’s, gasket cutters, fabricators and resellers that we don’t compete with them, but offer tech support for them and their OEM customers.
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Neoprene was originally used as an oil resistant replacement for natural rubber.
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