Rubber Gasket

Rubber Gaskets

Our rubber gaskets are meticulously designed and manufactured using top-grade rubber materials. These gaskets are essential components for creating a secure and leak-free seal in various applications. Whether you need gaskets for plumbing systems, automotive parts, industrial machinery, or other sealing applications, we have a wide selection to meet your specific requirements. We take pride in being a trusted rubber gasket manufacturer and supplier, providing reliable and effective products that ensure optimal performance and sealing efficiency.

Key Features of Our Rubber Gaskets:

  • Excellent sealing capabilities to prevent leaks and fluid ingress
  • Resistance to chemicals, temperature extremes, and pressure variations
  • Customizable options to match specific application requirements
  • Easy installation and maintenance for improved efficiency
  • Long-lasting durability and reliability to minimize downtime and replacement costs
  • Rubber gaskets are generally more affordable compared to other sealing materials, making them a cost-effective choice for many applications.
  • Rubber gaskets can provide thermal insulation properties, helping to prevent heat transfer and maintaining temperature stability in applications that require it.

Types of Rubber Gaskets

Selecting the right Rubber Gasket requires careful consideration of several factors : 

Selecting the right rubber gasket for a specific application requires careful consideration of several factors. The choice of gasket material plays a crucial role in ensuring a reliable and leak-free sealing solution. Different applications have unique requirements, and matching the gasket material to these requirements is essential for optimal performance and longevity.

  • Temperature and Pressure: One of the primary considerations when selecting a rubber gasket is the temperature and pressure conditions it will be subjected to. Different rubber materials have varying temperature and pressure tolerances. It is important to choose a gasket material that can withstand the specific operating conditions without deforming, losing elasticity, or compromising its sealing capabilities.
  • Chemical Compatibility: Another critical factor is the chemical compatibility of the gasket material with the substances it will come into contact with. Different rubber compounds exhibit varying resistance to chemicals, acids, oils, and solvents. It is crucial to assess the chemical compatibility to prevent material degradation, swelling, or failure, which can lead to leaks or potential safety hazards.
  • Environmental Factors: Consider the environmental conditions in which the gasket will be used. Factors such as exposure to UV radiation, ozone, weathering, and environmental contaminants can affect the performance and durability of the gasket material. Choosing a rubber compound with excellent resistance to environmental factors ensures long-lasting sealing performance.
  • Application Specifics: Evaluate the specific requirements of the application. Factors such as the flange type, surface finish, bolt load, and the presence of flammable or explosive materials can impact the choice of gasket material. Additionally, factors like flexibility, compression set resistance, and recovery properties should be considered to ensure proper sealing under varying conditions.
  • Compliance and Standards: Determine if the gasket material needs to meet any industry standards, regulatory requirements, or specific certifications. Compliance with standards ensures the gasket’s reliability and compatibility with the intended application, especially in industries such as food processing, pharmaceuticals, or oil and gas.
Rubber Gaskets Details
  • Universal, oil resistant rubber
  • High-quality general-purpose nitrile sheet
  • Recommended for added resistance to mineral oil, alcohol and petroleum products especially under hot conditions
  • Avoid using under sunlight or near sparking electrical apparatus
  • It is used in automotive, oil and gas and industrial applications where resistance to petroleum-based substances is crucial.
  • High-quality general-purpose poly-chloroprene sheet
  • Recommended for using in less demanding situations like air, water, non-oxidising acid and aliphatic hydrocarbons
  • Ideal for situations where extra resistance to heat, ozone or weathering is required
  • They also offer good resistance to oils, greases, and moderate chemicals.
  • General purpose, synthetic equivalent to natural rubber
  • Offers similar mechanical properties but better high temperature performance, flexibility, and a greater resistance to attack from animal and vegetable oils
  • SBR (Styrene-Butadiene Rubber) gaskets offer good resistance to abrasion, wear, and water. They are commonly used in applications requiring moderate resistance to chemicals, heat, Itand weathering.
  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • Resistant to ageing, weathering, ozone, oxygen, steam, and water
  • Recommended for using in conditions where resistance to sunlight, weather, steam, and ozone attack is required
  • Can be used with phosphate ester-based hydraulic fluids and numerous mineral acids
  • Not suitable for petroleum based oils or fluids
  • It suitable for various outdoor and industrial applications.
  • High temperature rubber material with resistance to a wide range of chemicals
  • High quality fluorocarbon rubber, exhibiting a wide range of chemical resistance
  • Extremely-resistant to the effects of oxygen and ozone
  • Retains excellent mechanical properties even when subjected to high temperatures for longer periods
  • It is used in applications requiring excellent chemical resistance, such as in the automotive, aerospace, and chemical industries.
  • Resistant to phosphate ester based hydraulic fluids and mineral oils
  • Highly-impermeable to gas and moisture but is not recommended for petroleum oils and fluids
  • Good resistance to phosphate ester based hydraulic fluids and mineral oils
  • Highly impermeable to gas and moisture and has good general chemical resistance including mineral acids
  • Resistance to petroleum oils and fuels is low
  • It suitable for applications involving sealing against air, gas, and moisture.
  • Excellent general purpose poly-chloroprene sheet
  • Recommended for use in less demanding situations with air, water, non-oxidising acid and aliphatic hydrocarbons
  • Offers extra-resistance to heat, ozone or weathering
  • Medium quality commercial grade, exhibiting the qualities required for a good gasket
  • Suitable for gaskets and packing where no high resistance to heat, oils, or solvents is required
  • Ideal for cold water, sewage pipes, etc.
  • Natural rubber gaskets exhibit high elasticity, resilience, and tear resistance. 
  • High-quality silicone rubber with excellent resistance to temperature extremes
  • Good weathering properties
  • Can be used in contact with food stuffs
  • White silicone rubber is also available
  • It is commonly used in food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and medical applications. They also offer good resistance to UV rays, ozone, and weathering. 


Yes, rubber gaskets are generally considered safe for use. However, it’s important to choose the right type of rubber and ensure compatibility with the intended application to ensure safety. Regular maintenance and adherence to industry

The lifespan of rubber gaskets can vary depending on several factors, including the type of rubber, application conditions, and maintenance practices. Here’s a general overview of the expected lifespans for different types of rubber gaskets:

  • Nitrile (NBR) Rubber- 5 to 10 years
  • Neoprene Rubber- 5 to 15 years
  • SBR Rubber- 5 to 10 years
  • EPDM Rubber- 10 to 20 years
  • Viton Rubber- 15 to 25 years
  • Butyl Rubber- 10 to 20 years
  • Natural Rubber- 5 to 15 years
  • Silicone Rubber- 15 to 25 years

The choice between rubber and metal head gaskets depends on the application requirements. Rubber gaskets are more affordable and suitable for lower temperature and pressure applications. Metal gaskets offer superior durability and sealing performance in high-temperature and high-pressure conditions.

Rubber gaskets can fail due to age, chemical exposure, improper installation, excessive temperature or pressure, and surface compatibility issues.