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Neoprene Gasket Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of neoprene gasket manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top neoprene gasket manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any neoprene gasket company can design, engineer, and manufacture neoprene gaskets to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach neoprene gasket companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of closed cell neoprene gasket, flat neoprene gasket, and neoprene gasket sheet.

  • Akron, OH 877-771-6766

    Premier Seals has the die cutting capabilities to fabricate the neoprene gaskets that will meet or exceed your expectations. Able to fabricate almost any material, Premier can provide numerous products for a variety of applications— from your most common to your most intricate detailed gasket designs, Premier die cuts to its customer’s specifications with the highest quality in mind.

    Premier Seals Manufacturing
  • Seattle, WA 800-537-9663

    As a supplier of gaskets since 1977, Gardico is dedicated to customers in all industrial sectors needing standard & custom gaskets of superior workmanship. With die cutting, slitting, water jet cutting, assembly, laminating & adhesive capabilities, Gardico works with a variety of foam, fiber, felt, cork, plastics, metals & numerous other materials to meet all of their customers’ needs.

  • Carson City, NV 800-733-2648

    Neoprene is resistant to elements such as oils, ozone, flame, and oxidation. Are you in need of a neoprene gasket for your specific application? Let REDCO help! We are proud to manufacture gaskets from neoprene and a multitude of other materials, and our staff will help you choose the material that's right for you.

    REDCO Rubber Engineering & Development Company
  • Grand Rapids, MI 616-538-4970

    Kent Rubber Supply has been a trusted supplier of gaskets since 1946. Focusing in exceeding customer service, we leverage the best equipment and the most knowledge staff to ensure we meet our customers unique needs. With our trusted experts, we determine the best rubber, foam, sponge or PVC material for your specific need. We continue serving customers both offshore and domestic.

    Kent Rubber Supply Co.
  • Canonsburg, PA 866-672-8100

    Neoprene gaskets exhibit good chemical stability and maintains flexibility over a wide temperature range. Neoprene gaskets offers a variety of different solutions for many different applications. National Rubber Corporation is available to produce even the most complicated neoprene gaskets for our customers. Our neoprene gaskets provide good resistance to water, combustion, and many chemicals. We produce our neoprene gaskets to be the highest quality possible and at the lowest price achievable.

    National Rubber Corp.
  • Stuart, FL 772-286-9278

    At Britech Industries, both our custom and stock items come in a variety of shapes, colors and designs. Our company’s goal is to meet the specifications of our customers, and we have highly trained engineers to do just that. We are partnered with different companies for maximum extrusion options and we are available for our customers at any time. Britech are the plastic extrusions experts. If you would like to contact an extrusion specialist, call or visit our website today!

    Britech Industries
  • North Ridgeville, OH 440-327-4522

    At JBC, we convert flexible materials into custom gaskets that provide the form, fit, and function needed to achieve each customers’ unique objectives. We create die cut gaskets from numerous advanced materials including low density open cell foam, high density closed cell sponge rubber, flexible graphite, ceramic blankets, aramid fiber, cork, felt, and more. Additional capabilities and services can be found on our website. Contact JBC today and learn how we can benefit your business.

    JBC Technologies, Inc.
  • Chandler, AZ 480-892-7325

    Our neoprene gaskets are all made with our customer's wishes in mind. We will work hard to supply you with the tools you need to make your business a success. We worry less about profits and gaining new customers than we do about product quality and making our customers happy. We won't stop until you are completely satisfied. Learn more on our website!

    Arizona Sealing Devices, Inc.
  • San Fernando, CA 818-764-8222

    Our team at Spira strives to bring you the best gaskets on the market. We exhibit our commitment to quality products by staying at the forefront of ever-changing manufacturing technology. We offer RFI gaskets to suit various applications, with groove-mounted, surface-mounted, and honeycomb filter configurations available. Contact us and we will help you find the gasket that suits your requirements.

    Spira Manufacturing Corporation
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Neoprene Gaskets

Neoprene gaskets are made of synthetic rubber and create a long-lasting seal for gaps on machine parts in several industries. Used as an alternative to rubber and latex, these gaskets are similar to Teflon gaskets because neoprene is also an inert substance and can withstand large amounts of chemical flow without breaking down. As a result, neoprene gaskets are commonly used in the automotive industry; particularly in vehicle engines, belts and hoses.

Oil and gasoline are constantly used to help vehicles run properly, and in order to keep those chemicals from leaking, a flexible, highly durable gasket material is needed, making neoprene ideal for those applications. Neoprene gaskets are also frequently used in the electrical insulation industry because they provide such a strong, dependable seal. They are optimal in low-pressure, low-temperature environments, though they are made to withstand a variety of temperatures, ranging from around -40° to 230° F. Though polyurethane foam and nitrile rubber can be used as gasket material alternatives, neoprene is highly beneficial because it is also waterproof and weather-resistant, which polyurethane and nitrile are not. Neoprene is also the most flexible material out of the three and will not break or tear easily; it is a resilient material and is meant to be stretched and twisted, which makes it ideal for gasket use.


Neoprene, also known as polychloroprene, is the polymerized version of chloroprene. There are two main types of neoprene: closed cell and open cell. With closed cell, which is also known as expanded, the material cells hold gases that block out moisture, dirt and other contaminants. During the manufacturing process, a chemical blowing agent is added, which generates nitrogen gas as it decomposes under heat and pressure. As this happens, the material is placed in the oven to expand. Once it is about two to four inches thick, it is aged and cut into sheets. This type of neoprene works better in terms of actually blocking out the elements, and shows better weather resistance. Open cell neoprene is similar to the closed cell type, but instead the cells are cut open, which exposes the cell surface and allows for more stretch/flexibility. This factor is beneficial when it comes to making the gasket and forming it to adhere to a surface; however, the open cell type is not as durable and will break down more quickly because it absorbs more than the closed cell type. Each type has its advantages, but both make good material for gaskets, which are manufactured by the die-cutting process.

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