Trexler Rubber is a global company, exporting products throughout the world including Europe, Asia, South America, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia. Trexler Rubber's international customers include branches of the military, medical and veterinary product and device manufacturers, and government agencies such as NASA. Trexler Rubber continues to invest in new technologies and research and development to offer its customers state-of-the-art production, rapid turn-around, and unique capabilities.
Bill Trexler founded The Trexler Rubber Company in 1935, focusing on model plane tires and small quantity runs. During World War II, Trexler Rubber supported the war effort by producing weather balloons and raincoats. From there, an accelerated effort was underway to move to industrial and consumer products. Now, with over 80 years of experience in custom latex, neoprene, and polyurethane products as well as isostatic bags and tooling sets, Trexler Rubber has become a global company.
Outgrowing the initial factory, Trexler Rubber constructed a new plant in 1951. The updated facility is over 30,000 square feet and features separate tooling and machine shops. The primary plant also features:
- Some of the largest dip tanks in the world, enabling products up to the size of a compact car
- Electronically controlled dip racks to ensure consistent quality
- An environmentally controlled polyurethane cast room for optimal production
- Several large-scale dry ovens capable of curing large products or simultaneous curing of large batches