Regional Rubber manufactures custom rubber gaskets utilizing a variety of production and material options to solve even the most challenging sealing applications. Our production capabilities include die cutting, molding, extruding, splicing, and hand fabrication. In many cases, several production methods may be required to produce the right gasket for the application. We manufacture rubber gaskets and seals from both solid and sponge materials and a variety of compounds including Neoprene, EPDM, Nitrile, Viton and Silicone. We offer standard commercial grade materials and specification grade materials to meet Military, FDA and ASTM Specifications.
-Large Inventory in stock
-Small and Large Gaskets
-Short Lead times
-40 to 90 Durometer
-.015" to 1.00" Thick
-Cloth Inserted Materials
-ASTM D2000 specs
-Water Jet & Die Cut
Please use the links above to get your project started or call 770-736-0332 to discuss your project with a sealing specialist.
Neoprene is an all purpose polymer with many desirable characteristics. Neoprene features: high resilience with low compression set; flame resistance; compounds free of sulphur are easily made; and animal and vegetable oil resistant generally not affected by moderate chemicals, fats greases and many oils and solvents.
Ethylene Propylene is a polymer with outstanding properties. It has exceptionally good weather aging and ozone resistance; excellent water and chemical resistance; excellent resistance to gas permeability, and excellent resistance to aging due to exposure to steam; and heat, resistance excellent up to 350 degrees F. Ethylene Propylene is a polymer where oil and solvent resistance is poor, however, it is fairly good in ketones and alcohols. It is not recommended for food applications or exposure to aromatic hydrocarbons.
Nitrile (Buna-N) is a general purpose oil resistant polymer which has good solvent. oil, water and hydraulic fluid resistance, good compression set, abrasion resistance and tensile strength. Nitrile should not be used in highly polar solvents such as acetone, and MEK, ozone, chlorinated hydrocarbons and nitro hydrocarbons.
SBR is a low cost non-oil resistant material. It has good water resistance and resiliency up to 70 durometer; compression set becomes poorer with higher durometer; generally satisfactory for most moderate chemicals and wet or dry organic acids. SBR is not recommended for ozone, strong acids, oils, greases, fats and most hydrocarbons.
White Nitrile sheet is made from FDA approved ingredients per Z1 CFR 177.2600. It also meets "3A Sanitary Standards for Multiple Use Rubber and Rubber-like Materials used as product contact surfaces in dailr equipment," number 18-01, Class III ans IV. It has good resistance to oily and greasy food products and abrasion. This sheet is non-marking.
Natural rubber has many good characteristics. It has high resilience, good compression set, food roll building behavior, and molding properties; very good friction surface, but not a fine smooth surface when ground; high tear strength, low crack growth; usable for ketones and alcohol; and good low temperature properties.
Butyl rubber is impermeable to most common gasses and has good resistance to sunlight and ozone. Butyl is normally satisfactory when exposed to animal and vegetable oils and oxidizing chemicals. Butyl is not recommended for use with petroleum solvent, coal tar and aromatic hydrocarbons
Viton® fluoroelastomer provides proven resistance to chemicals and extreme temperatures. It’s the most specified fluoroelastomer for fuel system seals and hoses, O-rings and gaskets. petroleum solvent, coal tar and aromatic hydrocarbons