An enclosure gasket is great for applications that require seal to protect the internal components of many electronic products. We all know gaskets are primarily used to provide a tight seal between two surfaces or objects, but they can achieve much more than that. The applications for gaskets are endless, and they are without a doubt a major factor in the performance of the end product. Enclosure gaskets will provide a tight seal for both indoor and outdoor applications. For indoor applications, we deal with things like dust, debris, pet hair, and moisture. Outdoor seals are completely different. For some products these enclosure gaskets have to stand up to rain, snow, wind, and the sun to name a few. We work with a variety a materials that will fit the specs of your application. Pressure Sensitive Adhesive can be applied to most products.
Enclosure gaskets are ideal for:
- Indoor / Outdoor applications
- Environmental seal
- Dust sealing
- Resistance to oil and other solvents
Common Applications for Enclosure Gaskets:
- Electrical boxes
- Telecommunications electrical boxes
- Household appliances
- HVAC systems
Common materials use for Enclosure Gaskets:
- Closed Cell Sponge
- Cellular Urethane
- EPDM (Outdoor)
SRP with work with your team develop a cost-effective, high quality solution for all of your enclosure gasket needs. Our manufacturing facility is set up for any size production run. If material samples or rapid prototyping services are required, we will be more than happy to serve you in the best way we can. Visit our Sheet Rubber, Foam, and Sponge pages for more information regarding specific materials.
By employing specialized equipment and providing full-service solutions—from design assistance and prototyping, to acquiring and working with cutting-edge, preferred materials—SRP stands out as a leader in custom gasket fabrication and die and dieless cutting services.
SRP’s dedicated engineers are available to provide their expertise to assist you with your next project and help you obtain top-quality materials for parts and components that meet your exact specifications.
For more information you can reach SRP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-593-5630.