REDwire Consistent quality a key to Budlar’s long-standing success

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Budlar continuously improves its quality management systems.

Budlar Flexible Products has been producing rubber products with uncompromising quality since it was founded in 1970. Now, more than 45 years later, quality remains a core value of the family run company. 

Capabilities

Budlar offers the largest inventory of rubber cord stock in Canada, and works with a wide range of quality rubber compounds, including viton, silicone, EPDM and natural rubber, as well as nitrile, neoprene, isoprene, urethane, teflon, latex and more. The Cambridge, Ont.-based company has the capability to extrude custom or standard rubber profiles, and offers an extensive inventory of both standard and custom-designed extrusions. It can fabricate virtually any compound of material it stocks into o-rings, gaskets or extrusions, and the company’s vast cord stock inventory includes many sizes, from .039 inches through two inches in cross-section. 

Commitment to quality

All of its products are subject to Budlar’s strict quality assurance processes, which are designed to meet each customer’s exacting requirements. The company continuously improves its quality management system, procedures, materials and material handling systems to produce the best products possible. To ensure success in this area, Budlar offers training for its employees and consistently aims to improve customer satisfaction.

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Word has spread about Budlar’s extensive portfolio and its commitment to quality over the last four decades. Today, its products are found in a wide range of industries that depend on quality products. These include the aircraft, automotive, electronics, mining, railroad, construction and farm equipment, glass, petroleum, sporting goods and transit industries. 

To learn more, contact Budlar Flexible Products

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