Custom Slitting and Splitting

Slitting and splitting are shearing operations used to cut large rolls or sheets into narrower or thinner rolls or sheets.

CGR Products slits a variety of materials utilizing the technology of displacement slitting (more commonly known as baloney slitting), a process whereby rolled materials are automatically slit without unwinding/rewinding. CGR splits/skives materials utilizing a Fecken-Kirfel Loop Skiver.


At CGR, we can process rolls up to 60 inches wide and slit to custom widths as narrow as .25”.  Our equipment can process a variety of materials, including paper, felt, tape, and both open and closed cell foam. We can supply the material or work with yours — it’s up to you.

Below are two examples of our material slitting and splitting capabilities:

Sponge Rubber Splitting

CGR can split (skive) sheets or rolls of sponge rubber from 25-250 feet long, up to 56 inches wide, and up to 5 inches thick. We can split materials down to .062” thick with tolerances of 0.030” on most materials and .015” on firmer materials.

We stock a variety of closed cell sponge rubber, sponge stripping, and closed cell sponge with pressure sensitive adhesive.

 

 

Stocked Materials

  • Adhesives
  • PSA
  • BISCO® Silicones
  • Closed Cell Sponge
  • EPT Sponge
  • EVA Sponge
  • Nitrile Rubber Sponge
  • Open Cell Foam
  • Polyethylene Foam
  • Polyurethane Foam
  • PORON® Urethane Foams
  • PVC Foam
  • SBR Sponge
  • Silicone Sheet and Sponge
  • Volara®

Visit our sponge rubber splitting and skiving page for more information.

Foam Tape Stripping

CGR uses fully automated slitters to cut a variety of materials into finished rolls, including foam tapes — with or without adhesives. Our equipment also uses automated indexing and continuous blade sharpening, which ensures that cuts are clean and performed with optimal accuracy and consistency.

CGR can also vulcanize slit or extruded rolls of almost any length with widths as narrow as .125”. Visit our foam tape stripping page for more information.