See some of the projects and case studies CGR Products has completed to learn more about our full scale of materials and capabilities.
A heavy equipment original equipment manufacturer (OEM) needed several different types of foam seals for their equipment.
CGR Products is classified as an “essential business”. We die cut critical engineered parts that go to other essential businesses with quick turn around and quality control.
When it comes to using UL listed materials, there is no room for error. This was the case for a large enclosure manufacturer that was having an enclosure fail its UL certification for a seemingly simple issue.
An international restaurant & commercial kitchen equipment manufacturer contacted CGR Products with a potentially, large warranty issue. They needed help immediately.
When an automotive tier one supplier came to CGR Products with a leak issue around an injection molded module for gas pedals, we jumped to action by providing multiple prototypes to ultimately find the ideal solution.
After finding the problem was the metal bracing that connected the mirror and the plastic injection molded encasement, our team set out to find a long term solution.
“It’s nice when a supplier offers a cost-reducing solution without even having to ask” – OEM Manufacturer
As technology evolves, the way we design cars is also evolving — automobiles are becoming lighter and smarter.
In marine use, our gaskets and adhesives have no room for error. We had found a perfect solution to create a tight seal between fuel and water tanks for the marine industry.
And with our large array of materials on hand, coupled with more than 140,000 square feet of manufacturing space,
Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) was freezing inside newly installed fueling dispensers, requiring a seal that could withstand extremely low temperatures.
This part presented a challenge, since small cutouts were placed extremely close from the edge of the part.
Because of the expertise of CGR engineers, a loader manufacturer was able to save money from reduced damage to the equipment during routine maintenance.
The gasket in question had a rubber grommet to aid in sealing a coolant port that traveled through an exhaust gasket.
An OEM sought a solution to costly field failures caused by gasket design and composition.
New EPA regulations required a hose manufacturer to alter the construction of its assembly.
In a recent project with a large automotive customer, CGR sought to reduce costs while ensuring that production would not be delayed or negatively affected.
By purchasing a steel rule die with feed-through punches, our CGR team was able to completely eliminate the need for a secondary operation during the production process.
A well-organized Kaizen meeting allowed our client to enhance production rates by 33%.