Stamped gaskets

Stamped gaskets

We punch flat gaskets of a variety of rubber qualities, eg. Silicone, Neoprene, Epdm, nitrile nature etc. We also punch some gaskets in plastic, cellular rubber & cork etc.

Vi har många olika gummi kvaliteter på lager och kan beställa hem fler från våra leverantörer om det inte finns på lager hos oss.

How gaskets are produced 

Gaskets are usually manufactured through a process that involves cutting or shaping a suitable material into the desired shape and size. Here is a general overview of the gasket manufacturing process: 

  • Choice of materials: First, the appropriate material is selected based on the specific application and requirements of the gasket. Common materials include rubber, plastic, metal or composite materials with thermal, chemical or mechanical properties. 
  • Cutting or punching: The material is cut or punched to the desired shape and size using appropriate tools and machines. This can be done manually or using automated cutting machines depending on the volume and precision requirements. 
  • Control and quality assurance: Finally, the gaskets undergo a thorough check to ensure that they meet specifications and quality standards. This may include control measurement, hardness testing and visual inspection. 

Applications for stamped gaskets 

Gaskets have a variety of uses across different industries and sectors. Some common uses for gaskets include: 

  • Machinery and equipment: Gaskets are used in machinery and equipment to ensure sealing and prevent leakage of liquids, gases or particles. This includes motors, pumps, ventilation systems and hydraulic systems. 
  • The automotive industry: In the automotive industry, gaskets are used in engines, gearboxes, braking systems, exhaust systems and cooling systems to prevent leakage and maintain pressure and sealing. 
  • Electronics: Gaskets are used in electronic devices and components to protect against moisture, dust and other external elements. This includes gaskets for circuit boards, connectors, connectors and electronics boxes. 
  • The construction industry: In the construction industry, gaskets are used to ensure tightness and insulation in various structures and installations, such as windows, doors, roofs, piping and HVAC systems. 
  • Medical equipment: In medical devices, gaskets are used to ensure the sterility, sealing and proper functioning of devices and instruments, such as medical tubes, valves and capsules. 
  • The packaging industry: Gaskets are used in the packaging industry to ensure the sealing and durability of packaging for food, beverages, pharmaceuticals and other products. 

These are just a few examples of the many uses of gaskets, which play a crucial role in ensuring the safety, efficiency and functionality of various products and systems across different industries. 

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