Rubber Gaskets

We can Supply all types of Rubber Gaskets made of Natural Rubber, Neoprene, Nitrile, EPDM, Butyl, Polybutadiene, Silicon, Flourocarbon, Chlorosulphonated Polyethylene, Styrene Butadiene Rubber etc.& Also supply All Types Of Rubber sheet /  Sponge Sheets.

We can Supply with or without reinforcement to suit to different operating pressure and temperature. Reinforcements are like wire mesh, metal, Natural and Synthetic Fabrics etc. which are provided against specifications, thickness suitable to service conditions, and suitably moulded to all flange dimensions as fullface and flat face and Blind Gaskets, ‘ O ‘ ring, cord, Rod,

In colors like black & white or red

Our Rubber Gaskets have been used in Petroleum Refineries, Process Industries, Food Processing units etc.

RUBBER MATERIAL PROPERTIES
Polymer Characteristics Temperature
VITON* (FKM) Generally resistant to All Aromatic Aliphatic and Halogenated Hydrocarbons, Many Acids, Animal and Vegetable Oils. Upto 200°C
BUTYL (IIR) Generally resistant to Animal and vegetable Oils, Fats, Greases, Air, Gas, Water, Many Oxidizing chemicals and Ozone. Upto 120°C
HYPALON* (CSM) Generally resistant to Strong Acids and Bases, Freons Hydroxides, Ozone, Alcohols, Etching, Alkaline and Hypochlorite Solutions. Upto 120°C
SILICONE (SI) Generally resistant to Oxidizing Chemicals, Ozone, concentrated Sodium Hydroxide. Upto 150°C
EPDM Generally resistant to Vegetable and Animal Fats, Oils, Ozone, Many Strong Oxidizing chemicals, Ketones, Alcohols. Upto 120°C
NITRILE (NBR) Generally Resistant to Most hydrocarbons, fats, oils, Greases, Hydraulic Fluids, Chemicals and Solvents. Upto 110°C
NEOPRENE* (CR) Generally Resistant to Moderate Acids and chemicals. Ozone, Oils, fats, and many solvents, Oily Abrasive Applications Upto 80°C
NATURAL RUBBER (NR) Generally Resistant to Water, air and average concentration acids, bases, salts. Good abrasion resistance Upto 60°C
Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) Generally resistant to Water, Air, Anti-Freeze Detergents, Salt Solutions, Bases, Alcohols and some Acids. Upto 60°C