Rubber Gaskets and Seals
Limitless Shielding’s range of Rubber Gaskets and Seals are manufactured from a versatile material selection, including NR/SBR, NBR, Viton, EPDM and Chloroprene. Soundproofing, anti-static, fire retardant grades are also available along with Cork, sponge and foam sheeting.
We only ever use materials that are designed to last and fit for purpose.
- Neoprene Sponge
- Silicone Sponge
- Hybrid Materials
Our comprehensive range of o-rings is suitable for all kinds of demanding applications and industry needs. If you require a non-standard O-ring, our sales team is here to help, we’re able to supply many alternative materials with a short lead time. Polymers such as silicone, EPDM, Kalrez®, FFKM, HNBR, PTFE, XNBR, PU, CR and more are available off the shelf and ready to send. In addition to this we can supply o-rings in many different colours, materials or specifications to meet certification standards.
Rubber Cord and Extrusions
Limitless Shielding has a large collection of solid and sponge cords, rubber cords and foam strips. Our U-Channel extrusions are suitable for rubber door seals, car door protectors and rubber edge trims. They can be cut to size in a variety of diameters to suit your application. We have many rubber adhesives available for durable bonding.
Limitless Shielding has a large collection of specialised rubber sheeting, from general purpose to technical grades. We have a versatile material selection including NR/SBR, NBR, Viton, EPDM and Chloroprene. Soundproofing, anti-static, fire retardant grades are available along with cork, sponge and foam sheeting. We have a wide range of thicknesses, cut to size to suit your needs.
Oil Seals, Rotary Shaft Seals and Lip Seals
Oil seals are commonly used in driveshafts, crankshafts and hydraulic cylinders where a rotating shaft is lubricated by oil or grease. The seal works like a cap, covering the clearance between the shaft and housing, stopping fluids from leaking whilst preventing containments from entering the chamber. If you are replacing a worn part because you have identified a leak, refer to your machinery handbook to find the type of oil seal you require.