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Fabric Supported Rubber Gaskets and Diaphragms

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Interstate Specialty Products supplies fabric supported rubber gaskets and diaphragms for medical and scientific, electronics, and industrial applications. For over 50 years, our Made in the USA manufacturing company has supplied rubber gaskets that meet client requirements for performance, reliability, and cost.

Fabric supported rubber gaskets

Fabric supported rubber gaskets and diaphragms are usually made of synthetic rubbers and reinforced with fabrics such as fiberglass, polyester, or rayon. These synthetic fabrics impart additional properties such as dimensional stability and EMI shielding. Fabric reinforced gaskets with adhesive backings are also available.       

Interstate Specialty Products can recommend the right rubber gasket material and fabric reinforcement for your application. Often, fabric supported rubber gaskets and diaphragms are made of rubber gasket sheet materials such as:


Fiberglass fabric is an excellent choice for improved resistance to sun, mildew, and insect damage. Fabric supported rubber gaskets and diaphragms that contain polyester reinforced materials have good electrical insulation properties and increased resistance to alkalis, acids, and solvents.

Polyester fabric is flammable, however, and not recommended for static sensitive conditions. For these applications, rayon fabric may be a better choice. As an experienced gasket manufacturer, Interstate Specialty Products can help with material selection also recommend precision die cutting or digital die-less cutting.    

Interstate Specialty Products can also supply flame-retardant EMI gaskets made of solid, sponge, or foam rubbers for shielding and grounding electronics and telecommunications equipment. To learn how our gasket manufacturing capabilities can support your application, contact us on-line or call (800) 984-1811.

 

*Properties and applications shown throughout this website are typical.  Your specific application should not be undertaken without independent study and evaluation for suitability.
 

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