Gasket Die Cutting & Manufacturing for Petrochemical Industry

Kelcut Gasket & Rubber Creates Seals for All Processes in the Petroleum IndustryGasket die cutting manufacturing petrochemical industry

The petroleum industry also known as the oil industry covers the processes of exploration, extraction, refining and transporting of petroleum products. These processes require equipment and piping sealed with durable gaskets. 

Our experts will work with you to create the ideal, custom gasket for your application by examining flange type/size, pressure, operating temperature and the specific media inside the pipe.

The materials chosen for gaskets in the pharmaceutical industry need to have a high resistance to chemicals as they can be regularly exposed to aggressive substances. Choosing the right material means your gaskets won’t breakdown-affecting the process or products being made. The following are common petrochemical gasket applications: 

  • Oil tank gaskets 
  • Pump case gaskets
  • Standard and custom flange gaskets
  • Fracking and pressure pump custom gaskets

Die Cut Manufacturing

Our custom die-cutting specialists can help you pick the glass of materials for your specific application. Kelcut’s petrochemical gasket and seal materials include but are not limited to:

For reliable and safe petrochemical production processes, prevent repairs and replacements with high quality gaskets from Kelcut. Our experienced die cutting specialists will help create the custom seals and gaskets for your specific application.

Contact Kelcut today for a free quote on custom gaskets. 

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