• Natural Rubber Gasket (NR Gasket)

Natural rubber exhibits exceptional elongation, tear strength and recovery properties. It has poor resistance to ozone, oxygen and sunlight weathering. Natural rubber has high wear and abrasion resistance. The material is suitable for moderate acids, alkalis, salt solutions, petroleum and solvents. It is considered unsuitable for use with strong acids, fats, greases and most hydrocarbons. Temperature range -20 to 70°C

  • Nitrile Gasket (NBR Gasket)

Nitrile is a synthetic rubber offering improved chemical resistance and temperature capabilities to neoprene. The material offers good resistance to oils and solvents, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons, petroleum oils and gasoline, animal fats and lacquer solvents. It offers poor resistance to strong oxidising agents, chlorinated hydrocarbons, ketones and esters. Temperature range -50 to 120°C

  • Viton Gasket (FKM Gasket)

Viton (Fluorinated Hydrocarbon) offers excellent resistance to acids, aliphatic hydrocarbons, oils gasoline and many industrial applications. The material offers excellent resistance to temperature, weathering and gas permeability. It is not suitable for use against amines, esters, ketones, steam or low temperature service. Temperature range -20 to 200°C

  • Ethylene Propylene Gasket (EPDM Gasket)

EPDM offers good resistance to ozone, heat, steam, strong acids and alkalis. It is not suitable for use in oils, solvents and aromatic hydrocarbons. Temperature range -50 to 150°C

  • Styrene Butadiene Gasket (SBR Gasket)

SBR synthetic rubber offers excellent abrasion resistance and is suitable for use with weak organic acids and moderate chemicals. It is unsuitable for use with ozone, strong acids and most hydrocarbons. Temperature range -50 to 120°C

  • Neoprene Gasket (Chloroprene Gasket / CR Gasket)

Neoprene has good resistance to aging, ozone and weathering. It also has good physical properties and resilience. It is resistant to a range of dilute chemicals and mineral oils. Neoprene is not suitable for use with fuels. Temperature range -50 to 110°C

  • Silicone Gasket (VMQ Gasket)

The silicone range of rubbers offer excellent high and low temperature properties, far superior to any other grades. They are also unaffected by sunlight and ozone. They are unsuitable for use against steam and many hydrocarbons. Temperature range -60 to 230°C

  • Butyl Gasket (IIR Gasket)

Butyl rubber offers excellent resistance to acidic and alkaline environments. Excellent weathering properties and ozone resistance. Low permeability to gases. Poor resistance to mineral oils. Temperature range -40 to 130°C

  • Hypalon Gasket (CSM Gasket)

Hypalon is noted for its good resistance to corrosive chemicals, ozone and weathering. It also exhibits good aging, abrasion and heat resistance properties. Hypalon also has low gas permeability. Hypalon offers poor resistance to fuels. Temperature range -50 to 160°C


Cork rubber products offer many of the advantages of rubber compounds along with the added benefit of controlled compressibility and recovery.

  • ACN 60 Plus Gasket

Fuel, Oil, Gas and Transformer Gaskets

  • NP 50 Plus Gasket

Marine, Hydraulic, Electrical and Transformer gasket with high ozone resistance

  • MR 31 Plus Gasket

Highly compressible automotive and general purpose gasket material with moderate oil resistance