Premier Seals Manufacturing has been providing premium services in rubber molding and a number of other rubber related services for a number of years. All of our rubber molding services are done to meet your specifications in order to ensure that any products you receive from us go above and beyond your expectations. These rubber molded products are made under close guidance to ensure that they meet our quality assurance standards. Because we have been in the industry for so long we are able to provide you with a wide range of different molding capabilities from molding to specific size or by meeting your desired material needs.
We also used a number of different molding methods such as compression molding and injection molding. These two styles of molding allow us to cater to a variety of industry and applications and the style of molding impacts the properties of the final product. Compression molding is great for rubber parts such as rubbers seals and rubber grommets along with a number of other products that may have more intricate designs. This is one of the most cost effective styles of rubber molding as it reduces the amount of excess scrap and defects compared to other styles of rubber molding. Injection Molding is used when manufacturing large parts or precision components due to injection molding allowing for the ultimate control when it comes to molding parameters. Injection Molding is similar to compression molding in that is it often less expensive than a traditional press and also reduces scrap and excess materials.
Over the years we have worked with many different industries and applications, so chances are we have already provided a solution similar to the one you may be looking for. Do not hesitate to contact us today in order to find out if Premier Seals Mfg. can provide you with the best possible solution for your rubber molding needs.
We are proud to say that Premier Seals is consistently one of the highest rated in both quality and customer care in our industry. With over 30 years in the industry and a state of the art facility in North Eastern Ohio, we are able to serve a wide range of customers whether they are searching for premium die cut gaskets or searching for one of our many other products. We make it a point to staff individuals who are knowledgeable with a wide range of materials in order to be serve you and your applications.
Our die cut gaskets for example are available in a number of different materials depending on your applications needs and requirements. If you are unsure of which type of material is best for your application, we would be happy to take the time to listen and understand the different requirements and environmental impacts that may be present in order to suggest the best possible material. Here at Premier Seals, we have a long history of working with a variety of industries such as the chemical, medical, aeronautical, marine and many other industries.
Whether you are looking for long or short run production, we offer fast prototype delivery, precision low tolerance cut gaskets, and high quality service in every aspect of our business. Some of the materials that we work with include EPDM, Neoprene, Urethane, Natural Rubber, SBR and many, many more. We look forward to hearing from you and learning about the ins and outs of your application in order to provide you with the best possible die cut gasket. Do not hesitate to contact us today and let’s get this process underway.
What more can a company ask for then a chance at the American Dream? Well, here at Premier Seals Manufacturing, we believe the only way to reach success in this dream is through our customers. Due to our past years and the continued success of them, we have recently expanded. Not only did Premier Seals move into a substantially larger building, we also kept the other; thus giving the company two operational facilities.
With the increase in occupancy space, Premier Seals has also expanded their capabilities to reach the customers’ needs. Premier Seals now has the machines and skill to craft products that involve vulcanization, slitting, and grommeting.
The vulcanization process involves heating the rubber material and bridging the ends to make an endless fitting. This is typically known as splicing. This process typically gives a stronger bond compared to other methods such as gluing. We are able to splice various products at specific cut lengths to meet the requests of the customer.
Our other new capability is slitting. Premier Seals is now able to cut lengths of material into strips anywhere from 1/8 inch to 6 inches wide. If needed, larger strips could be produced. These strips could consist of a range of lengths that can be rolled on to spools for easy storage and use.
Lastly, we are introducing grommeted products. Once again, materials can be cut to requested lengths. From there, the grommet will be put into place. This metal ring prevents the material from tearing and abrasion.
These new capabilities add to the many products already offered at Premier Seals Manufacturing such as die cutting, molding and extrusions. Feel free to contact us via email or phone and perhaps set up a quote and/or order. With knowledge comes power, the power to better serve our customers!
Sealants such as gaskets are used in a multitude of applications, making them the most produced and well-known die cutting product. Die cut gaskets are used in the automotive, aerospace, telecommunications, electronics and health care industries, among others.
Gaskets may come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Depending on its application, die cut gaskets are made from different materials since the characteristics of some materials work better in some environments then others. For example, water treatment facilities can use gaskets where two pipes join (the pipe joint) as a seal to ensure that no water leaks out. In this application, a metal gasket would not work well, whereas, a waterproof rubber gasket would. Other common non-metallic materials include plastics, foam, fiber, and cork.
The methods in which die cut gaskets are made from the die cutting machines, as well as other die cut products, varies. The classic style uses steel rule dies. These dies are made in the shape of the desired gasket with sharp edges that cut through the material when pressure is applied. Water jet cutting can also be used to avoid the cost of a tool. Water jet machines are programed to the desired shape and a stream of high pressure water then cuts through the material. Although other methods of die cutting also exist, these two methods are the most common because they are quick, efficient and affordable, as well as being able to work on a wide range of materials.