Our complete gasket capabilities include die cutting, molded, extruded, and lathe cutting. Materials that include metal, elastomers (rubber), fiber, non-asbestos, spiral wound, felt, PTFE (Teflon®), and many other materials are available. Gasket types that encompass basic die-cut to custom-engineered solutions will enable Sealing Specialties to solve your complex and challenging applications.
Our complete gasket capabilities include die cutting, molded, extruded, and lathe cutting. Materials that include metal, elastomers (rubber), fiber, non-asbestos, spiral wound, felt, PTFE (Teflon®) and many other materials are available.
Metal gaskets are used in a variety of applications, including sealing flanges in piping systems, sealing joints, and sealing against leaks in high-pressure or temperature environments. Metal and metallic gaskets are designed to withstand extremes.
Elastomer gaskets, made from rubber or other flexible polymers, that offer more flexibility and better sealing performance under dynamic conditions.
Fiber gaskets are made from a variety of materials, including asbestos, cellulose, and synthetic fibers, for a range of applications.
Non-asbestos gaskets are used in applications where asbestos is not suitable due to health or environmental concerns.
Spiral Wound Gaskets
Spiral wound gaskets are made by winding a preformed metal strip and a soft filler material together to create a gasket that can be used in high-pressure or high-temperature applications.
Felt gaskets are made from layers of felt material used in low-pressure applications to seal against gases or liquids.
PTFE (Teflon) gaskets are made from a synthetic fluoropolymer and are resistant to high temperatures and chemicals, making them suitable for use in a variety of sealing applications.