Astlett Rubber Inc.


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Welcome to Astlett Rubber

Astlett Rubber Inc. is a trader and distributor of raw materials to the rubber industry. We were founded by Harry Anderson Astlett in 1885 to import natural rubber from Manaus, Brazil harvested from wild rubber trees in the Amazon jungle.

We now acquire natural and synthetic rubber from producers worldwide and distribute to the rubber industry via our North American warehouses or ship directly to our customers worldwide.

Our decades worth of experience in the rubber industry have given us the best networks of producers and transportation providers to give our customers the highest quality products and most reliable service. Our long history is from making innovation our core strength and constant improvement being our focus.

We can add value to your company through knowledgeable advice and efficient purchasing. Call us for details.

Materials Available


Astlett sells all grades of natural rubber and we stock most of them throughout North America. Whether you need a general tire grade or a specialty grade for a specific purpose, we sell it.

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There are many different grades of synthetic rubber available from many areas of the world. Astlett specializes in finding offshore produced equivalents to domestic sources at attractive prices.

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Natural Rubber is also available in a number of special chemical and physical forms. Astlett Rubber does regular trade of several specialty grades of natural rubber.

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Carbon Black is a raw material widely used for many applications. Astlett supplies carbon black from a few high quality sources with grades including furnace, thermal and channel blacks.

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Astlett sells Titanium Dioxide to be used as a pigment in rubber applications. Advantages include a high refractive index, consistent particle size, dispersibility and improved UV resistance.

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Zinc Oxide (or zinc white) is used as a pigment in a number of industries, including rubber compounding. Astlett sells three major types from a number of producers.

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We can add value to your rubber operation
through our service-oriented sales staff and reliable suppliers.

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