Chemical Resistance and Rubber Products by Elasto Proxy

May 18, 2015 - "Press Releases"

Boisbriand, Quebec, Canada (PRWEB) May 18, 2015

Elasto Proxy, custom-fabricator of industrial rubber products and plastic parts, is announcing help for manufacturers who need help selecting chemically-resistant rubber materials. As Elasto Proxy explains in a new on-line article and video, not all rubber is right for every industrial application. By choosing the right gasket fabricator, however, industrial buyers can minimize the risk of seal failure.

Elastomers and Chemicals

Rubber products such as seals, gaskets, and hoses are used with many different chemicals. Contact between a rubber product and a chemical can be continuous or intermittent, and may occur at high or low temperatures. Other factors, such as operating temperature and chemical concentration, can also determine whether a chemically-resistant rubber is right for a specific sealing application.

As Elasto Proxy’s new article explains, even the strongest materials have a limited range of applications. Manufacturers need to know whether a specific rubber resists a specific chemical and, if so, the degree of chemical resistance. Technical buyers and product designers may also need consider compliance with specific testing standards. Elasto Proxy’s latest video underscores this message, and provides additional information about the gasket fabricator’s capabilities.

About Elasto Proxy – How Can We Help You?

Elasto Proxy specializes in the design and custom fabrication of specialty seals and gaskets, thermal and acoustic insulation, vibration dampening products and materials, EMI shielding, and other high-quality rubber and plastic parts for a variety of industries.

For over 25 years, we’ve supplied low-to-medium volume quantities of high-quality rubber and plastic products. By listening to all of your requirements and analyzing all of your needs, our solutions providers can recommend solutions that are right for your application. Contact Elasto Proxy for more information.

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