Barwell-Baina: Rubber Production Lines

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Please note that there are multiple videos contained within this presentation, demonstrating just some of the processing options we can offer through the Barwell-Baina range of production lines.

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Barwell works in partnership with Baina - another world leading rubber processing machinery manufacturer - to provide rubber factories with complete production lines.

'Barwell-Baina' products are of exceptionally high quality and will process multiple types of rubber.

Lines can extrude, cure, and provide final processing, finishing and take-off.

Our customised production lines are ideal for the production of rubber tubing, rubber hoses, profiles, strips, sheets and cables.

We can also provide highly accurate and fast 'braiding' solutions; including the ability to combine different material types to help meet customers' specific and intricate product design requirements.

Options include:

  • Screw extruders
  • Salt bath vulcanisation production lines
  • Microwave vulcanisation production lines
  • Hose braiding production lines
  • Thermal insulation production lines
  • Silicone profile production lines
  • Rubber profile, hose and tube production lines
  • Ancillaries, extruder heads, take-off systems 

We will conduct a comprehensive assessment of your needs, followed by a bespoke production line specification and quote, and subsequently, manufacture your line and then install in your factory. All machines are supported by full operator training, servicing and spare parts.

Need further assistance?
If you need further information on any of the production lines and processing options listed above or seen in the videos, please contact us on +44 (0) 1480 832850 or email on outlining your needs.

More about Baina
Zhejiang Baina Rubber Equipment Co., Ltd. specialises in the research, development, production and sales of rubber equipment manufacturing. The company has an annual output of more than 120 complete production lines worldwide.