Soucy Techno

Optimize your rubber blends preparation with our innovative processes: state-of-the-art mixers, precise calendaring, and efficient extrusion methods.

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Our Cutting-Edge Mixers: the Future Is Now

Soucy Techno is equipped with 3 mixers, including 1 dedicated to colour blending and 2 for rubber and plastic blends, including carbon black. 

Every year, we mix 34 million kk (75 million pounds) of rubber and produce over 22 million kg (50 million pounds) of polyethylene.

Expansion on the Horizon

We are currently setting up a third rubber mixing line to support our growth.

It will integrate advanced technology, propelling us into the future. The first commercial productions on this line are scheduled for early 2026.

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What is Mixing?

Mixing involves combining raw materials (polymers, reinforcing agents, protection agents, curing agents, etc.) in a mixing chamber, transforming them into a homogeneous and well-dispersed mixture, often referred to as a "rubber compound".

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The result of mixing is often referred to as rubber compound.

Master Your Rubber: Discover Our Calendaring Capabilities

Our Calendaring Capabilities

Calendaring involves two or more hollow, heated, motorized metal rolls rotating at different speeds. 

The rubber compound, warmed on a mill from the mixer, is introduced between these rolls, compressed, and flattened to form rubber sheets of the desired thickness:

  • Width: 100 to 1,500 mm (4 to 60 inches)
  • Thickness: 0.6 to 25 mm (0.025 to 1 inch)


Additional Calendaring Options: 

  • Calendering onto steel cables, fabric, or cords
  • Powder or plastic anti-stick for winding
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Our Extrusion Process

Extrusion relies on an endless screw in a barrel that plasticizes and heats a substance, forcing it through a die of various configurations (single die, die and roll, etc.).

At Soucy Techno, rubber extrusion starts with a rubber compound from the mixer, heated and plasticized by the screw, then pushed through a die to shape it. Once extruded, the material is cooled and cut to the desired length.

This process quickly and efficiently produces non-vulcanized parts with complex sections, offering great dimensional accuracy, material economy, and versatility in terms of the rubber material.

For roller die types 

The product has one flat side and one with longitudinal patterns, usually packaged in rolls. 

  • Width: 100 to 500 mm (4 to 20 inches) 
  • Thickness: 1.5 to 20 mm (0.060 to 0.850 inches)

For simple die types

The product can have complex longitudinal shapes, with packaging dependent on the product's length and shape.

  • Width: up to 177 mm (7 inches) 
  • Thickness: up to 100 mm (4 inches)
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Refine your rubber compounds

Our innovative rubber compound preparation processes are based on unique techniques developed by our experts.

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