The rubber gasket is an innovative mechanical seal that ensures the prevention of leakage between the two surfaces and covers the intersection between the two surfaces. Due to its versatility, this flexible component can be used for multiple purposes. Rubber gaskets can be used for: anti-vibration, support frame, noise reduction, and sealing. You will most often find these types of gaskets between two pipes. The gasket can also be used as a barrier between two objects, and is often used to protect external factors from moisture and dust.
Elastomers are used to make various sealants. Although there are different types of gaskets, gaskets made of rubber gasket plates have specific functions designed for specific industrial applications. In this blog, we detailed the various characteristics of rubber gaskets. First of all, there are various standard types of rubber gaskets, which are designed using materials to provide the required performance of the product. The different types of rubber gaskets available on the market are nitrile gaskets, EPDM gaskets, silicone gaskets, neoprene gaskets, etc.
There are a variety of technologies that can be used to manufacture gaskets that are most suitable for the purpose of use and provide solutions to various problems, including gasket cutting, gasket stamping, and rubber molding. We manufacture all rubber gaskets through a rubber molding process. This method is to put the raw rubber material into the mold, and then pressurize and vulcanize at high temperature. There are two ways to mold rubber-compression molding and injection molding.