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  • Gallagher Corp.

    Gallagher polyurethane gaskets offer resistance to oils, water, fuels, tearing, wear, abrasion, chemicals, ozone and radiation. Other features include prevention of air or liquid leakage, and elastic memory that maintains the seal despite vibration or thermal changes.

  • RAMPF Group Inc.

    RAMPF Group offers RAKU-PUR polyurethane foam gaskets that feature low water absorption, high temperature resistance, good adhesion to different surfaces, and are cost effective. Applications include automotive, electrical/electronic, and packaging.

  • Custom Gasket Manufacturing

    Custom Gasket Mfg. is a manufacturer of die cut and molded polyurethane gaskets in a wide variety of hardness, thicknesses, and colors. Standard thicknesses range from .005" to 3/8" thick, while hardness ranges from 60 to 90 durometer, Shore A.

  • Seal Science, Inc. (SSI)

    Seal Science, Inc. offers polyurethane gaskets and seals for temperatures ranging from -65F to 200F. Products are abrasion and wear resistant, and are able to take shock loads better than most elastomers.

  • Av-dec

    Av-DEC offers pre-cured polyurethane antenna gaskets made with an aluminum carrier die cut to fit the antenna. Also designed for use as an environmental sealant, the flexible nature of this system features easy access for repair or inspection after the original application.

  • Blaylock Gasket & Packing

    Blaylock Gasket & Packing offers cast urethane gaskets made in a low volume production process often used for prototyping purposes. The end result is a polyurethane plastic gasket that is strong and can stand up to certain applications. The hardness of this material ranges from 80 shore D to 10 shore A.

  • All Seals, Inc.

    All Seals, Inc. offers polyurethane gaskets that feature a temperature range of -65 degrees to 200 degrees F, resistance to petroleum oils, hydrocarbon fuels, oxygen, and ozone, and exhibit better mechanical and physical properties compared to other elastomers.

  • Gasket Specialties, Inc.

    Gasket Specialties, Inc. offers a wide variety of gasket materials, including polyurethane, neoprene, silicone, EPDM, polyethylene, poron, teflon, viton, butyl, steel, nickel, aluminum, brass, and many, many others.

  • Fabri-tech Components Inc.

    Fabri-Tech features polyurethane in a number of custom production processes, including gaskets. Polyurethane is easy to fabricate and easily adaptable to unique designs. It is available in a range of densities and thicknesses, and in open or closed cell forms.

  • Par Group Ltd.

    PAR offers polyurethane gaskets that are abrasion resistant and available in a range of shore hardness. They can be manufactured with flame retardant and anti-static properties upon request. Thicknesses are available up to 20mm.