We manufacture a comprehensive range of gaskets from rubber and silicone composite materials to suit a multitude of applications. We hold a large stock of commercial and BS specification grade sheet materials or can supply specialist materials at highly competitive prices.
A cost-effective and versatile sealing solution. SBR (styrene-butadiene rubber) is often used in applications where moderate temperature and pressure conditions are involved.
Most commonly found as an exterior sealing solution, EPDM has WRAS approval and provides strong resistance to environmental conditions over its lifespan.
Resistant to weather and abrasion, Neoprene rubber gaskets are also used where mild chemicals or oils are processed.
The blend of isobutylene and isoprene forms an impermeable seal that is often used in processing gases. It also has excellent thermal and anti-ageing properties.
Hypalon is almost completely ozone and UV resistant with excellent recovery and stability properties when used in harsh environmental conditions.
Silicone Rubber Gaskets have heat tolerance up to 220°C are often used in food production and has FDA approval.
This flouroelastomer compound is resistant to most petrochemicals, hydrocarbons and solvents. It’s commonly used in manufacturing, automotive and petrochemical applications.
Nitrile rubber gaskets are a versatile and reliable sealing solution for a variety of applications. They are resistant to a wide range of fluids, abrasion, and temperature extremes.
All gaskets are precision cut in-house using CNC, waterjet, punch press machinery. We utilise state-of-the-art production techniques and many years’ experience to quickly turnaround large volumes of rubber gaskets while ensuring consistency and accuracy.
We offer clients a full turnkey service, including materials specification, CAD design, manufacture and worldwide distribution. Equally, we can produce single or multiple gaskets from clients’ designs and templates. All gaskets are supplied to recognised national and international standards.
The term rubber gasket covers a massive range of materials for applications involving water, chemicals, fuels and oils, to name but a few. For example, EPDM rubber gaskets have excellent water and abrasion resistance, making them ideal for external sealing applications.
Please get in touch if you need help and advice about materials. Our experienced team will be happy to help.
The properties of common sheet rubber polymers optimise performance of the materials under specific circumstances of heat, moisture and pressure. Below we have listed some common rubber and rubber polymers as guidance to their characteristics in operation. Please contact us for more information about the specific gasket materials for your application.
|Materials||Temperature Range||Max PSI/BAR||PN Range||Download|
|Butyl||min - 40 max 120 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|EPDM||min - 40 max 120 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|Natural (Pure Gum)||min -25 max 70 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|Neoprene||min -30 max 120 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|Neoprene - Cloth Inserted||min -30 max 120 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|Nitrile (NBR, Buna-N)||min -30 max 120 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|SBR (Red Rubber)||min -20 max 70 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|SBR - Cloth Inserted||min -20 max 70 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|Silicone||min -90 max 225 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|Viton||min -20 max 275 °C||10 bar||2.5/320|
|Boiler Seal||min -25 max 120 °C||Up to 12 bar||2.5/320||Boiler Seal datasheet|
|Prekev Rubberised Cloth||min -250 max 300 °C||35 bar||2.5/320||Prekev Rubberised Cloth datasheet|
Our highly experienced technicians can advise you on the best sheet materials and manufacturing processes for a wide range of gasket applications.
Rubber gaskets are widely found in a multitude of everyday industrial and domestic applications Most common uses for these gaskets include sealing substrates against leakage, environmental factors, vibration, temperature and pressure. Different rubber polymer material sheets are used to manufacture gaskets that remain stable under extreme cold or extreme heat, or withstand corrosive chemicals without losing integrity and flexibility. Talk to us about the best material for your application.