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Cork Gaskets

As part of our comprehensive range of rubber gaskets at Martin’s Rubber, we offer a selection of high quality cork gaskets, which includes: punched, cut, sheet and fabricated products.

Cork Gaskets

What is a cork gasket?

Our range of cork gaskets are manufactured from a cork gasket sheet material which we then cut into the required gasket shapes. Its flexibility and high compressibility makes rubberised cork gaskets a popular choice. Our cork rubber gaskets are available in a commercial grade, or can be specifically supplied with a neoprene or nitrile binder.

Benefits of cork gasket material

A cork gasket material is popular due to its many benefits, including:

  • Cork gaskets are highly compressible
  • Cork gaskets are very flexible in comparison to other gasket materials
  • Cork gaskets are solvent and fuel resistant
  • Cork gaskets exhibit good oil resistance
  • Cork gaskets are available in a range of grades
  • Cork gaskets act as an excellent anti-vibration material

How to use cork gaskets

There are many cork gasket uses including assisting transformers, fuel and oil pumps. In general, they are suitable to be used in any sealing application. Cork rubber gaskets are highly compressible and are ideal for low and medium bolt pressure.

Our range of cork rubber gaskets

Our cork gaskets can operate in temperatures from 10 to +250°C and have a shore hardness of 70° ± 5°. We have a range of cork gasket sheet thicknesses in stock, including: 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.4mm, 3mm, 4mm, 4.5mm,5mm, 6mm and 12mm cork rubber gaskets.

Contact us about our cork gaskets today

As cork gasket suppliers and rubber industry experts, we welcome any questions you might have about gaskets and gasket materials. If you would like to discuss your product requirements with a technical expert, please give us a call on 023 8022 6330, or email sales@martins-rubber.co.uk.

Availability

Operating temperature: -10 to +250°C

Shore hardness: 70° ± 5°

Thicknesses: 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.4mm, 3mm, 4mm, 4.5mm,5mm, 6mm, 12mm

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