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Gaskets and Seals

Silicone foam, a versatile material for gaskets and seals, is characterized by its high-temperature resistance, flexibility, and chemical resilience. Its adaptable nature makes it a preferred choice in industries such as automotive, electronics, aerospace, construction, and general industrial applications. With the ability to maintain sealing integrity in dynamic conditions and resist degradation from weather and UV exposure, silicone foam stands as a reliable solution for diverse sealing requirements.

Industries Using Silicone Gasket & Seals

  • Aerospace

  • Automotive

  • Breweries

  • Construction

  • Dairy Processing

  • Food Processing

  • General Manufacturing

  • Military & Defense

  • Mining

  • Petrochemical

  • Oil & Gas

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Advantages of Application

Flexibility and Compression Set Resistance: The material's flexibility allows for effective sealing in irregular or dynamic sealing conditions, coupled with notable compression set resistance to maintain its form under pressure.

Conformability: Maintains continuous contact with the contours of any surface to which it is applied.

Sealing Performance: Silicone foam excels in providing reliable sealing, preventing the infiltration of dust, moisture, and contaminants.

Resistant to Temperature Extremes: Maintains integrity and flexibility between temperatures from a high of 450°F/232°C to a low of -103°F/-75°C.

Chemical Resistance: Silicone foam exhibits resistance to a broad spectrum of chemicals, enhancing its applicability in environments with exposure to corrosive substances.

Weather and UV Resistance: With outstanding resistance to weathering and UV exposure, silicone foam remains durable and stable when subjected to outdoor elements.

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