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We are a premium name in manufacturing Rubber Gaskets. Our widely selling Rubber Gaskets are manufactured using fine quality imported raw materials and latest technology. Our Rubber Gaskets is configured using the best quality of rubber available. Rubber Gaskets is available in a wide range of sizes and shapes. We manufacture our Rubber Gaskets, Industrial Rubber Gaskets according to customer’s design, dimension and polymer at very affordable price.
Rubber is the most important class of materials for sealing in the medium temperature range (-50 C to +120 C). This is because rubbers rapidly return to their original shape when any deforming stress or load is removed.
Many rubbers are available for various working conditions; however they all have one property in common – the effect of heat is cumulative and irreversible.
Maximum temperatures must not be exceeded and a good design will allow a safety margin dependent on design service life.
Many rubbers are available in foam (sponge) form for simple gasket sealing applications.
The Rubber sheet materials includes:
Here are few of the common uses for gaskets and the types of gasket used:
GASKET VS. SEAL: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Gaskets are used when two flat surfaces of a component or flange are put together. The gasket is placed between the two and is there to prevent leakage. Basically, the gasket makes a static seal between two non-moving items. Whenever a piece of equipment is taken apart, a new gasket should be fitted.
Gaskets are manufactured from a variety of materials including Neoprene, Rubber, Nitrile, Viton, Graphite, Cork, EPDM and SBR. Cork and Graphite are used when the gasket is to be put under high rates of compression.
Gaskets are commonly used in the oil, gas, paper, automotive and electrical industries.
Seals are used to prevent leakages between two moving parts such as pumps, engine parts and shafts. A seal is generally round and flat, whereas a gasket will often be cut into a specific shape to fit the component it is to be fitted to.
Most seals are constructed of a metal outer ring with an inner rubber surface. This inner surface is tilted to create a lip, creating a second barrier against any drops of liquid that pass the first edge. A seal is often used to seal hydraulic lines and to prevent leakage from the end of a shaft.
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