Materials

Premier Gaskets Inc. specializes in gaskets and tapes primarily manufactured from various foam, sponge and adhesive materials.

At Premier Gasket, we want to understand each industry our customers are in and communicate to figure out the specifics of their unique application. During our consultation, we are able to provide our customers with gasket solutions that are made to fit their exact application. As we expand our customers’ industry base, our knowledge pool grows and ultimately improves our process in suggesting the best gasket to benefit the customer.

Due to the staff’s experience and history in the industry, they have become familiar with a great variety of non-metallic materials. We use this knowledge and expertise to better assist you in finding the right material for your application.  We have worked with a number of different industries throughout our time and have provided gaskets for each of them.

Not only do we want to understand your industry and application better, we want you to understand the product that you want to produce and why some materials may be better suited for certain applications than others. Below you will find a list of some of the most common materials used for our gaskets applications:

Closed Cell Sponge
Neoprene Sponge
Neoprene/EPDM/SBR Sponge Blend
EPDM Sponge
PVC Sponge
PVC-NBR Sponge
Silicone Sponge
Viton® Sponge
Fabric Enforced Neoprene Sponge


Open Cell Sponge
Natural Open Cell Sponge

Foam

Closed Cell EVA foam
Polyester Foam
Polyether Foam
Reticulated Filter Foam
Convoluted Foam
Cross-linked Polyethylene Foam
Volara®
Microcellular Urethane Foam
Poron® Foam
Ensolite® Foam
Silicone Foam
Acoustic Foam

Felt
Polyester Felt


Plastic
Mylar® Polyester

Lexan® Polycarbonate


Cork 
Composition Cork
Cork / Synthetic Rubber

Please keep in mind that these are just some of the more common materials that Premier Gaskets works with. If you have a specific material in mind for your application, please contact us today. We work with virtually every non-metallic material out there.

All materials are available with or without pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) on one or both sides.