Why our product is the best?

We take pride in your products


Utilising many specialist processes to get the best from quality raw materials


Working with a vast range of different material types to meet your specific requirements.


Supporting a diverse client base from various industries worldwide.

W J Webb & Co Ltd offer specialised rubber mouldings to clients throughout the UK, Europe and the USA. Our customers include several large organisations in aerospace, military, veterinary, agricultural, marine and automotive (including vintage) industries.

We have been producing rubber mouldings to our clients exact specifications for over 60 years and are able to manufacture components in a wide range of compounds. We also manufacture and supply rubber matting and accessories such as valve grinding tools and brake bleed tubes to the automotive industry.

We are based in the quiet rural village of Whaplode Drove near Spalding, Lincolnshire. We started out in 1960 and have many years of experience in the rubber manufacturing sector. With our excellent knowledge we can assist with the design and manufacture of rubber mouldings to our clients specific requirements. All enquires are dealt with promptly and we can offer free competitive quotes for the manufacture of tooling and production of your rubber mouldings.


Certified ISO9001:2008

ISO Compliant since 1997

UCAS accredited since 2021

We can help you every step of the way whether you have CAD drawings, a sketch or even just an idea.
We work closely with our toolmakers to produce you the best, most efficient and accurate moulds to your specified tolerances.
Our toolmakers use CNC machining, milling, turning, and spark erosion along with other processes to get the job done.
Making single or multi cavity tools from tooling-grade aluminum or P20 grade steel for production tooling.

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Our free quoting process is simple and efficient. Call or email us to discuss your requirements, send us a sketch or a drawing along with any specific requirements and we will do the rest!

We can provide drawing and design work, quotes for sample tooling in aluminum or full production tooling in steel. Let our team help you choose the most cost-effective material that meets the specific needs of your product. Price breaks available on larger quantities or cost per part for bespoke orders.

UK based, European or world wide, shipped direct to your door.

So no matter how big or small your project, contact us for a free, friendly and professional service today!


Some of the industry sectors that we support.


Production of parts for milking, feeding and medication of livestock.


We produce anti-vibration mounts, bulk material connections, seals and more.

Food Industry

Manufacturing colour-coded food-safe seals, rollers and grips to name a few.

Automotive Industry

Providing mountings, seals, diaphragms, gators, grommets, classic car mouldings, valve grinding tools, brake bleeders and more.


Supplying anti-vibration mounts, seals, feet, gators, etc.


Production of microphone housings, bands, earphones, grommets and more.


Manufacturing sporting associated grips, climbing blocks, rubber matting, stable matting and more.

Specialised Products

A selection of high-specification compounds, used on products subjected to extremely harsh environments while still retaining their physical properties.

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Compound specification and selection information. You may already know the type of compound you require. If not, then let us help advise you about the best material for your needs.
We process FDA food-safe and metal detectable materials, SBR, Natural Rubber, Neoprene, Nitrile, EPDM, Butyl, Polyurethane, FKM/Viton, Silicone, Fluoro silicone and many more, all in a fully customisable variety of colours and finishes.
If none of these common compounds fit your needs, we are happy to discuss your requirements and fully tailor the formula to better fit your product specifications.

Some of the different compounds that we work with –
Neoprene moulded parts.


Resists degradation more than natural or synthetic rubbers, this makes neoprene well suited for applications such as gaskets, hoses and bearings. It exhibits good chemical stability and maintains flexibility over a wide temperature range which means it can be used in a variety of commercial applications such as braces, electrical insulation, elastomeric membranes and automotive belts.



Stable at high temperatures, which makes it an ideal material for automotive and aeronautical applications, such as fuel hoses, seals and grommets.
It is also used to produce floor mats, footwear and moulded goods as well as laboratory examination equipment and cleaning gloves due to its resilience and superior flexibility and resistance to oils and acids.

EPDM moulded components.


An extremely durable, synthetic rubber widely used in seals and gaskets. It is one of the most versatile materials available, being WRAS approved as well as acid resisting.



A synthetic rubber that is impermeable to air and used in many applications requiring an airtight rubber seal, typically used in the manufacturing of O-rings, diaphragms and rubber stoppers used for sealing vials and bottles.

Polyurethane diaphragms and bump stops.


Polyurethane is a high performance rubber for applications requiring high abrasion resistance, ozone resistance, oil and fuel resistance and hydrolytic stability.
This can be processed by transfer or compression moulding to produce finished parts. This is commonly vulcanised with organic peroxides or sulphur with thiazole accelerators.

FKM/Viton moulded valves and seals.


Fluoroelastomers for high performance and durability in a wide range of applications and has excellent resistance to high temperatures, ozone, weather, oxygen, hydraulic fluids, aromatics and solvents, therefore can be used for critical components such as O-rings, seals, gaskets, high voltage cables and hoses.

Natural rubber moulded products.

Natural Rubber

Due to its ability to absorb vibration, natural rubber is mainly used for dampeners, most popular for sealing non-hydraulic applications and commonly used within food and beverage industry, as it has a good resistance to organic acids and alcohols.
Natural rubber also has a high tear strength and abrasion resisting properties. This also adheres well to metals with its excellent friction surface.

Food safe and non food safe moulded silicone.


Made from hydrogen, carbon, oxygen and silicon, silicone is a group of elastomers, with one of the widest working temperature ranges, renowned for its low compression set characteristics and retention of flexibility. Due to the compound being very versatile, silicone is popular for use in many food and medical industries.

  • Selection of compression, transfer and rubber to metal bonded components.
  • Automotive, marine and servicing parts.
  • Food safe and non food safe sealing products.
  • Selection of mounts bump stops and gators for the automotive and marine applications.
  • Polyurethane diaphragms and bump stops.
  • Selection of grommets in different profiles and compounds.
  • Microphone housings, bellows and connectors.
  • Silicone keypads.
  • Rubber to metal and plastic bonded parts.
  • FKM/Viton moulded valves and seals.
  • Food safe and non food safe moulded silicone.
  • EPDM moulded components.
  • Neoprene moulded parts.
  • Natural rubber moulded products.
  • Agricultural/Dairy products


We use a variety of processes to suit your requirements

Transfer Moulding

Transfer moulding is a very similar process to compression moulding, the main difference being where the material is placed within the mould. The rubber is loaded into a chamber above or below the tool and Read more…

Compression Moulding

Compression moulding is where you compress a predetermined amount of rubber between 2 halves of a mould to form one complete part. The mould is heated to the correct temperature, removed from the press and Read more…

Rubber Matting

We stock and sell a variety of rubber matting and sheet material, from smooth sheeting to patterned non slip matting in different thicknesses. All sold ‘by roll’ or ‘by square meter’. Many flat parts can Read more…

Product Assembly

Any further part assembly can be performed in-house. We manufacture valve lapping tools by the thousands, our sucker mouldings are placed on either end of a wooden dowel, before packaging for shipping. Assembly can also Read more…

Ultrasonic Cleaning

Untreated, punched or machined metal parts can rust quickly if exposed to moisture. Coating them with a film to prevent this keeps the part clean and rust free. This film needs to be removed before Read more…

Cleaning and Shot Blasting

New and reconditioned metal parts need cleaning before being moulded. These are usually shot blasted to etch or clean away any rust or debris from the surfaces. Each part is then carefully cleaned and inspected Read more…

Rubber to Metal Bonding

Most rubbers can be bonded to metal surfaces, this process starts by cleaning and etching the surface. The bond can be achieved by applying a bonding agent to the desired area. The metal part is Read more…

Beam Punching

A hydraulic beam punch is used to produce gaskets or washers of any design using a cutting die. This can be a cost effective way of producing flat parts from sheet material. The sheet is Read more…