At Rayburn we offer a large range of materials. Along with our approved sub-contractors, we compliment machined components with finishes such as anodising, plating, powder coating and printing. Click here to view a list of finishes we can provide. If you have individual requirements, or need a specific set of properties, we can research and source the most suitable materials.
Components are machined in a variety of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. It is normal for us to secondary machine from metal spinning’s, castings and forgings.
Engineering plastics are available in sheets, rods and tubes which can be supplied in a variety of different grades and colours. The material can be filled with additives to enhance desired characteristics.
The materials below are available in sheets, rods and tubes – which can be produced in a variety of colours. Fillers can be added to enhance strength or flammability.
These materials are available in sheet form only and come in a variety of colours and patterns. They are regularly used in our assemblies where decorative finishes are needed. Additives can be used to change the materials characteristics, for example – to make them flame retardant.
Rayburn are able to machine and assemble components that have been pre-shaped in either glass epoxy, glass polyester or carbon fibre. First using an autoclave to generate the pressure needed to produce the original shape. Components produced in this manner can be considerably lighter and stronger than those produced by conventional machining only.
Foams are available in sheet form only and are used within our assemblies where voids need to be filled with a lightweight material. Rayburn regularly machine foam into both simple and complex shapes.
These materials are produced in sheets, rods or tubes and can be supplied in a variety of different grades to suit your requirement. Again, additives can be used to change the materials characteristics, for example – to make them flame retardant or static dissipative. Materials such as rubber or P.T.F.E. can also be bonded to the original material to improve durability or to lower the coefficient of friction.
Phenolic Paper Grades
Phenolic Cotton Grades