Rubber Gasket Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of rubber gasket manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top rubber gasket manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find rubber gasket companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture rubber gaskets to your companies specifications. Then contact the rubber gasket companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of rubber window gaskets, encapsulated gaskets, solid metal gaskets, or customized rubber gasket of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Akron, OH 877-771-6766

    Our rubber gaskets will withstand the test of time. We use only the highest quality rubbers for our gaskets. We can offer a large selection of standard designs and sizes, or we can work with you to create a customized design that will work to suit your needs. Whichever one you need, we can make it happen here! Contact us today to find out more about what we can do for you!

    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

    REDCO is a proud manufacturer and supplier for rubber products, and have been committed to quality products and excellent customer service since we first opened our doors in 1948. We guarantee consistency by using state of the art die cutting technology to manufacture our rubber gaskets. To learn more, visit our website!

    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

    Used in a wide range of applications, rubber gaskets prevent leakage from or into jointed objects while under compression. If you are looking for the premium rubber gaskets, then look no further than National Rubber Corporation. We produce innovative rubber gaskets for all of your needs. We specialize in the molding of a wide range of elastomers like organic rubber using a variety of efficient manufacturing processes.

    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 rubber gaskets are known for their quality and performance. We work hard to satisfy all needs of our customers. We believe in exceeding our customer's expectations, which is why we continually expand our product offerings and capabilities. We want to use our 20 years of experience to help you find the right solution to your problem. Contact us by phone or email to learn more!

    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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The Importance of Rubber Gaskets

Rubber gaskets are rubber products used to seal spaces between two surfaces. Such seals are necessary in many kinds of equipment, especially those that involve tubing and hoses through which liquids or gasses pass. For example, when two sections of tubing meet, their point of connection must often be sealed by some kind of gasket material to ensure that no fluid leaks out though their connection point.

Most gaskets on the market today are made out of some typeof rubber. Whether it is acrylic, butyl, chlorinated polyethylene, silicone,polyurethane or natural rubber, they are all classified under the term rubber.This property is very common for gaskets because of their purpose of sealingtwo adjoining items tightly and securely. Rubber is so flexible that it can besqueezed tightly against surfaces so make sure no liquids or gases get throughany openings that could potentially be present at two adjoining surfaces. Manyrubber gaskets have a large varying temperature range that they can stillperform in no matter hot or cold conditions. Certain rubbers carry better temperatureranging properties than others, so the best rubber gasket can be chosen dependingon the application. This is very important as gasket failure could potentiallycause a lot of damage or issues within a system.

Rubber gaskets are found on windows, doors, cars, plumbingsystems, engines, hoses, and many other places. They are especially criticalfor use when fluid is being transferred through connecting pieces when thefluid is toxic or dangerous to interact with. The gasket will ensure that noleakage or spills happen protecting the safety of the surrounding people and environment.Rubber gaskets come in a wide range of sizes and thicknesses and are mostcommonly made in a circular shape. Manufacturing companies will usually make acustom gasket to fit the needs of any project for a customer or client. Rubbergaskets are heavily used in the industrial industry on manufacturing machinesand equipment. There are many different manufacturing processes to make certainitems and they usually require working with substances and gases that can beharmful. The uses of rubber gaskets help ensure that these machines runsmoothly and safely.

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All engines depend on gaskets for sealing components that transmit fuel, oil and gasses like exhaust. In many gasketing applications, rubber is the most effective sealing material because of its fluid non-permeability, chemical resistance, heat resistance and capacity for withstanding pressure. All rubber products are elastomers, and elastomers are characterized by elasticity. This quality of elasticity is what makes rubber such an ideal material for gasketing applications. Most rubber products, when compressed and then relieved, will return to their original shape fairly quickly, assuming extreme temperatures and the presence of corrosive chemicals are not factors. If, for example, a simple O-shaped rubber gasket is used to seal the lid of a ceramic pot, the rubber pushes against the pot and its lid, which creates a seal. This is how all rubber gaskets create seals.

Different rubber materials perform in different ways when used in gasketing applications. Because gaskets are used to prevent chemicals and gasses from leaking, the material used to create the gaskets must resist degradation caused by contact with those materials. Gasoline and other petrochemicals can degrade many rubber varieties. In response to the demand for rubber materials that could resist corrosion despite contact with petrochemicals, synthetic rubber materials like EPDM, Viton, Neoprene and silicone were developed. Heat and corrosion resistance are key considerations when applying gaskets in a given context. Viton, the first fluoroelastomer ever developed, is an excellent material for the sealing of fuel lines and other avenues through which petrochemicals are transmitted. Viton cannot, however, come into contact with ketones, acetone and other organic acids. EPDM displays excellent compatibility with ketones but poor compatibility with petrochemicals. Because gaskets contribute to the safe and stable operation of machines with which people come into constant contact, the importance of carefully selecting gasketing material cannot be overstated. Improperly selected or maintained gaskets can cause catastrophic failure in the equipment in which they are applied; when carefully chosen and periodically checked for signs of stress or degradation, they contribute very significantly to equipment’s safe and effective operation.


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