Gasket compression can support enclosure sealing or contribute to seal failure. That's because rubber gaskets are resilient, but only to a point.
What’s the difference between solid rubber vs. sponge rubber? At the most basic level, it's all about air. Read more and watch the video.
Which type of rubber is best for your application? If you need sealing or insulation, Elasto Proxy can help you to decide with MTAP.
Elasto Proxy uses abrasive water jet cutting for bulb trim and edge trim that is reinforced with metal wire, and to cut harder materials such as metals.
Service temperatures are simple but your sealing requirements are not. Learn about the different types of gasket-related temperatures – and why service temperature isn’t all you need to consider.
Thermal expansion describes how much a material will increase in size when heated. Learn how this material property can affect heavy equipment gaskets.
Find vibration mounts and rubber-to-metal bonded products for industrial machinery and mobile equipment. Buy anti-vibration mounts from Elasto Proxy.
The difference between foam rubber vs. sponge rubber begins with ingredients, continues through the material manufacturing process, and extends to molecular structure. Although the terms “foam rubber” and “sponge rubber”…
RoHS compliance is a requirement if you sell products in European Union (EU) countries. Elasto Proxy supply RoHS compliant rubber products with a COC.
ASTM D2000 specifications provide buyers and suppliers with a standard way to describe rubber used in seals and gaskets.