Mocap, Solutions that Fit

After many years of activity, MOCAP still wants to apply its know-how on plastic moulding to implement its presence on the hydraulic systems in the Oil&Gas industry. MOCAP was founded in Missouri in 1982 as a small dip moulded vinyl production unit, and soon became one of the largest plastic and rubber moulders in the world. Over the years, MOCAP has proudly expanded its facilities, capabilities and product lines to better serve its ever-growing customers.

Mocap’s production facilities are located throughout the world and use only the latest dip moulding technologies to supply solutions to worldwide companies from its own facilities. The newest, wholly owned and operated plant in Zhongshan, Guangdong, China, complete with an inhouse tooling & mould making shop, allows MOCAP to offer very low tooling costs and highly competitive prices

MOCAP offers protection solutions including vinyl caps and plugs, threaded caps (for gas fittings, metric threads, etc.), tapered caps, pipe protectors and flange protectors. The range of products are designed in different materials to best meet any customers’ needs.

Mocap, Solutions that Fit Moreover, MOCAP has recently brought to the market its very own X-TREME TAPE – a self-fusing silicone insulating & repair wrap with no adhesive. Originally developed for U.S. military applications, X-TREME TAPE has been tested and proven in the most extreme conditions and environments.

It withstands extreme temperature, pressure, voltage, moisture, corrosion and contaminants. Here is a list of its main features: it withstands over 260°C without stiffening; it remains flexible to -62°C; it has an incredible 700 PSI tensile strength; it insulates to 8,000 volts per layer and stretches up to 300%. It can be used as a sealing tape and will repair plumbing, vents, ducts and hoses.

MOCAP has a large selection of sizes and styles in stock to meet all needs. The company is always ready to find the best solution for its customers and is also happy to send free samples before ordering, so that the customer may verify the part will work as expected for its particular application