Reed Rubber Company opened its doors in 1922 to supply extruded rubber gaskets, hose, rubber shoes, and rain jackets to construction sites and small factories. In the decades that followed, Reed began making its own gaskets, and expanded into producing window glazing and accessory products. In 1985, Reed began extruding profiles from thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPV) for a variety of applications, under the name of Reed Rubber Products. As demand grew, new lines were added and the company relocated to its current location in May 2008.

Reed Rubber Products' product offering now includes profile extrusions, co-extrusions, and tri-extrusions that in some cases measure 10" across. Post-extrusion capabilities include punching bolt holes, adding mounting tape, printing, cutting to length, slipcoating, and splicing, either endless or mitered for frame assemblies. We also continue to make glazing accessories, such as setting blocks and glazing tape.

After 95 years serving industry, Reed is still owned and operated by the Reed family.
Do not hesitate to give us a call. We'd love to help you!

Clark A. Reed

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Reed Rubber, circa 1939