EAS manufactures an ever-growing selection of gasket parts for almost every conceivable industry in the UK and Europe, while also supplying parts into strategic outlets worldwide. Since the first gasket was produced back in 2002, we have ensured we take the same care and attention over each part, no matter how big or small – from 1 off to multi-million requirements.
We use various processes to manufacture our gaskets such as rotary cutters, CNC routers, CNC milling, hydraulic and pneumatic presses, automatic ‘drag’ knives, oscillating knives, water-jet cutting and hand fabrication. Metallic gaskets are produced on similar equipment which includes corrugation presses, winding machines and laser cutters.
These different methods give us the capability to produce 1 part or multi-million batches of parts at highly competitive rates.
Types Of Soft Cut Gasket
These include all types of rubbers, corks, felts, papers, plastics (ie PTFE), non-asbestos, graphite, mica, and foil or tanged/pegged metal reinforced materials along with more expensive grades such as silver loaded silicone for instance.
For us to quote, we often only need to know the shape, dimensions, thickness and preferred material. If you are unsure of the material, then we’ll need to know details of the application such as working temperature, pressure, medium and flange details to be able to offer the correct solution.
The Right Part
Ensuring you are quoted and receive the right part for your application at the most competitive price is always our objective. Along with branded materials we are often able to offer un-branded grades in equivalent qualities where necessary – however we will never compromise where parts are safety critical.
Gaskets and Sheet Materials
We appreciate that many customers – especially those in the process industries where break-downs can be very costly, also need to stock sheet materials for engineers to cut ‘emergency’ gaskets on site. Please contact us for quotation for either finished parts or raw materials at email@example.com – replies are
normally made within minutes on a working day and despatches can be made for next day delivery across the UK and Europe!