Moving, shaping, handling, cleaning, sorting—these are just a few of the tasks quality rubber products from Bi-State Rubber can complete in a steel mill. Bi-State Rubber is a family owned and operated Missouri business specializing in the manufacturing and servicing of industrial commercial rubber conveyor parts and systems.
As manufacturing needs have changed, Bi-State Rubber has evolved. We have developed a worldwide customer base of foundry and die cast industry clients. We have the knowledge, skills, and expertise to bring the right rubber products to our clients. When existing parts don’t fit a client’s needs, we can design, engineer, and customize the right belt system for your mill in addition to:
- A variety of belts (fabrics and styles) and pulleys
- Custom manufactured hoses
- Pipe expansion joints and connectors
- Boots and elbows
- Belting, belting hardware, and accessories
- Rubber products and urethane
- Flue duct expansion joints
- Spool style expansion joints
- Miscellaneous items such as gaskets, seals, and clamps
From steel mills to power plants, our industrialized conveyor belts are backed by our commitment to provide the right rubber products for the job. We Convey Quality isn’t just our motto, it’s how we operate. By providing steel mills with our own high-quality belting, belting hardware, bellows, and joints, we help them provide superior products to their clients. Whether you need engineering services, maintenance, or high-quality rubber products, talk to the experts at Bi-State Rubber today to secure the industrial rubber conveyor belt products to make your steel mill run better!
More Than a Motto
At Bi-State Rubber, We Convey Quality isn’t just our motto, it’s our entire business philosophy. Not only do we ensure the products and services we offer are of the highest quality, but we also provide those superior products that allow our partners to implement the same level of quality into their own processes. Contact us today for industrial rubber belts and other products for your commercial power utility needs.