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Illinois Die Cut Gasket Manufacturing

Die cut gaskets and adhesives are crucial to any production process. Keep your manufacturing machinery safe with quality seals that prevent fluids and gases from leaking. Smooth-running machinery means less downtime and more production runs. Kelcut's engineers can even provide design and prototyping services for a customized solution.

Chicago, Illinois Die Cut Gasket Manufacturer

We provide the following services for OEM companies and after market companies in Illinois:

Gasket Materials for Chicago Factories & Manufacturers

Kelcut uses steel dies to die cut a wide range of materials.Our most common gasket materials include:

In addition to die cutting, we also provide waterjet, flash and laser cutting services. Kelcut even provides kiss cutting for pressure sensitive adhesives.

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Illinois Die Cutting Industries

Manufacturing and food processing are vital industries in the Chicago economy. Here's a few industries that benefit from Kelcut's die cutting services:

Chicago's Best Gaskets

Kelcut Gasket & Rubber has been keeping the machinery and engines of Illinois running smoothly for over 30 years. With no minimum order requirement, we are capable of both small and large-scale production runs. Our engineers work closely with customers to find the best design for their gasket or assembly componant. Our non-metallic gaskets provide air-tight seals and renowned reliability. Elimate production errors with a custom die cut gasket made at exact specifications.

Get a free quote today for gasket die cutting in Illinois.
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