Experts in Solving Technical Custom Gasket Problems

We provide standard-cut gaskets, and custom gaskets and seals, for a wide variety of conditions and environments.
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Who we are?

Ismat Engineering will satisfy your die cut gasket needs in a variety of ways, at very competitive prices. Our experienced staff will work with you to create a custom design for your product.

If you would like us to fulfill your gasket requirements, we can provide you with samples, drawings or CAD files. If additional customization is required, our team is available for your additional customization requirements.

What is a Gasket & where is it used?

Custom rubber seals and gaskets are common rubber products that are used in a variety of business settings. Gaskets serve as barriers between two objects, helping to prevent leaks or contamination from happening. Compressibility also allows for sealing opportunities between two surfaces- making them perfect for use in various applications.

Common Rubber Gasket Materials

Ismat Engineering offers a variety of high-quality commercial elastomers, as well as custom finished parts and rubber sheet or rolls that can be used to produce sealant and gasket materials. Our available types of gaskets include:
Buna 'N' (Nitrile)
Buna 'S'/SBR
CSM—Chlorosulphinated Polyethylene (Formerly Hypalon ®)
Fluoroelastomer (FKM)
Masticated Rubber
Natural Rubber (polyisoprene)
Skirtboard—SBR/Natural Rubber Blend
Synthetic Polyisoprene
Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR)

Custom Gaskets

We provides quality gaskets for a wide range of applications across a variety of industries. Some of these industries include
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Chemical Industry
  • Military/Defense Industry
  • Food & Dairy Processing Industry
  • Automotive
  • Agriculture (Agribusiness)
  • Construction Industry
  • Energy Industries
  • Manufacturing Industries
  • Transportation

Optional Material Enhancements

  • Solid or sponge form
  • Metal and x-ray detectable compounds
  • Electrically conductive
  • CAF & Non-Asbestos
  • Cloth and fiberglass reinforcement (for added strength)
  • Thermally conductive
  • Electrically nonconductive
  • Cork
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