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Rubber Gaskets

Rubber gaskets are used to seal an almost infinite variety of applications. They are only limited to your imagination. Rubber gaskets can be a simple O-ring to a custom gasket made by molding, stamping, extruding, injection molding. They can be rubber bonded to metal and can be made from any of the available rubber compounds.

Flat rubber gaskets are typically stamped, or die cut, on presses from sheet material. This is an economical way of cutting the gaskets with a relatively low setup charge. Flat rubber gaskets can be made with pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) on one side to hold the gasket in place during installation. Flat rubber gaskets can be made form a variety of rubber materials including solid and sponge (foam) materials.

On rubber gaskets that have special features and are not flat Satori Seal can mold these gaskets. Molded rubber gaskets are used in various applications where a standard O-ring seals will not work. Rubber gaskets are used by several industries such as automotive and motorcycle to seal various engine covers.

Extruded rubber gaskets can be made in long lengths to seal large areas such as pipes, large lids, doors, or windows. They can have a simple profile, tube or complex custom profile that may be necessary for your application. Satori Seal supplies extruded seals to the lighting industry for use in large lighting fixtures that need to remain dust and dirt free and water resistant.

Satori Seal supplies large quantities of rubber gaskets for many industries and applications. With over 48 years of experience in providing custom rubber gaskets, Satori Seal can provide you with the best solution for your business. Contact our engineering or sales team for answers to your rubber gasket questions.

There are many factors to consider when designing a rubber gasket for your application — dimensions, temperature range, fluid contact, dynamic or static seal to name a few. From there you can specify other criteria or work with one of our sales team to help select the ideal O-ring.

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