Leaders in Tubing and Dip Molding
Latex Manufacturing Capabilities
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KEP delivers leadership, expertise, and innovation in flexible tubing and dip molding. Our customer service is second to none and our manufacturing is certified lean. Ask us a question. Tell us about your product. Request a prototype.
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KEP’s dipped natural rubber latex tubing is offered in a wide variety of sizes and colors. In addition, KEP manufactures an array of dip molded products produced in both natural rubber and non-latex compounds. KEP manufactures food-grade tubing in the U.S. using FDA, NSF and USP Class VI material compounds to fit customers’ exacting specifications, using either latex or non-latex materials. When creating our natural rubber latex tubing, we use liquid latex to provide the finest physical properties.
KEP manufacturers alternatives to latex or silicone applications. Our thermoplastic elastomer (TPE), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) tubing provide an excellent substitute. Safety and compliance are our key priorities. KEP produces FDA non-latex materials at our SQF-certified food safety extrusion facility in Mogadore, Ohio.
- Crimping capabilities that help you do your job safely and more efficiently.
- Superb lead times – getting you what you want, when you want it.
- Product assembly services.
- Customized packaging – bulk bagged, individually bagged and sealed.
We produce the very best Thermoplastic Elastomer Tubing, PVC Tubing, Latex Tubing, Dip-Molded Parts and Prototypes, and Free-Band® Tourniquets – and we’re the only manufacturer of Natural Rubber Latex Tubing in the United States.
We work with diverse and highly regulated industries over a multiplicity of applications, including Medical and Surgical, Dental, Food & Beverage, Laboratory Supply, Sports & Leisure, and Distribution & Industrial.
We have almost 60 years of expertise in manufacturing working with Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Natural Rubber Latex, Synthetic Polyisoprene, Neoprene Rubber, Santoprene, and Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU).