Cloth Inserted Rubber Gaskets

With 90 years experience, Henning Gasket & Seals knows what it takes to provide high-quality, outstanding customer service. We will manufacture your cloth inserted gaskets using precision cutting with a fast turnaround time. We can will manufacture your gasket design from drawings or we will reverse engineer the product from your provided samples. With our large inventory of material and competitive pricing, we have one of the highest customer ratings in the country.

We use the most advanced technology available, including water jet cutting and flash cutting, to fabricate both single prototypes and large production runs. No matter how big or small the job, we will treat you and your business with the respect you deserve. We have a high customer retention rate and we guarantee everything we manufacture. We know that you will be 100% satisfied with our product and we stand by our commitment to provide you with friendly and knowledgeable customer service.

Cloth Inserted Rubber Sheet

Cloth Inserted (CI) Rubber is a rubber sheet material that has been reinforced with one or more plies of cloth or duck such as polyester, nylon, cotton or fiberglass fabric.  This reinforcement gives added stability in flanged gasket applications requiring mechanical fastenging and reduces creep when there are high compression loads.  Our gasket material inventory includes cloth inserted Neoprene and SBR Red Rubber and Nitrile (Buna-N) Sheet.

Cloth Inserted Neoprene Rubber Sheet is suitable in applications requiring minimal oil resistance and where hot and/or cold water and gases are being transfered.  Such applications might include meters, control devices, regulators, pumps and diaphragms.

Cloth Inserted SBR Red Rubber Sheet is suitable for use in hydraulics and where air, water or low pressure steam will be passed.

Cloth Inserted NBR Nitrile (Buna-N) is suitable for applications needing resistance to oil, caustics, and aliphatic hydrocarbons.

Cloth Inserted Neoprene Rubber sheet specs:
Polymer: Chloroprene reinforced with 3.4 oz/sq. yd. nylon fabric
Durometer Rating (hardness):  60
Temperature Range:  -20°F to +180°F
Tensile Strength: 1100 PSI
Finish:  Plate
Widths:  36”, 48”
Lengths: 36ft, 50ft, 67ft
Gauge (thickness):  1/16”, 1/8”, 3/16”, ¼”
Fabric Plies: 1 ply, 2 ply
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA):  available upon request
Grades:  commercial black neoprene rubber
Other Cloth Inserted Neoprene Material Available:  Yes

Cloth Inserted SBR Rubber sheet specs:
Polymer:
Styrene-Butadiene rubber reinforced with 3.4 oz/sq. yd. nylon fabric
Durometer Rating (hardness):  60
Temperature Range:  -20°F to +170°F
Tensile Strength: 600 PSI
Finish:  Plate
Widths:  48”
Lengths: 18ft, 25ft, 36ft, 50ft, 67ft
Gauge (thickness):  1/16”, 1/8”, 3/16”, ¼”
Fabric Plies: 1 ply, 2 ply, 3 ply, 4 ply
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA):  available upon request
Grades:  commercial black sbr rubber
Other Cloth Inserted SBR Rubber Material Available:  Yes

Cloth Inserted NBR Nitrile (Buna-N) roll specs:
Polymer:
Butadiene and Acrylonitrile
Durometer Rating (hardness):  60
Temperature Range:  -20°F to +170°F
Tensile Strength: 800 PSI
Finish:  Plate
Widths:  36", 48”
Lengths: 25ft, 50ft
Gauge (thickness):  1/16”, 3/32", 1/8”, 3/16”, ¼”
Fabric Plies: 1 ply
Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA):  available upon request
Grades:  commercial
Other Cloth Inserted NBR Nitrile Rubber Material Available:  Yes

Cloth Inserted Rubber Gasket Manufacturing Process

Hennig Gasket & Seals will custom manufacture your cloth inserted rubber gaskets & seals from provided prints or will reverse engineer a sample part for all critical dimensions.  Our proven manufacturing techniques (which include waterjet cutting, flash cutting and die cutting) will deliver on-time, on-budget parts that are precision engineered to your exact specifications.  Guaranteed.

We produce tens of thousands of different kinds of rubber gaskets every year including Nitrile (Buna-N) Gaskets, EPDM Gaskets, SBR Gaskets, Silicone Gaskets and Viton Gaskets.  Our material expertise is unmatched in the industry. Compare the different rubber polymer properties using our cheat sheet, or just  Contact us Today.