Rubber gaskets are resistant to oil, acid and alkali, cold and heat, and aging. They are widely used in medicine, electronics, chemicals, antistatic, flame retardant, food and other industries. Silicone Rubber Gasket (WMQ): Silicone rubber has outstanding high and low temperature resistance, maintains good elasticity in the temperature range of -70°C to +260°C, and has the advantages of ozone resistance, weather resistance, etc. Sealing gasket in machinery. Insulation, insulation products and medical rubber products can be made without any toxicity. At the same time, it has many excellent properties such as waterproof, flame retardant, high temperature resistance, electrical conductivity, wear resistance and oil resistance. It is widely used in various industries such as machinery, electronics and plumbing. Nitrile rubber gasket (NBR): a polymer obtained by emulsion copolymerization of butadiene and acrylonitrile. Nitrile rubber gaskets are known for their excellent oil resistance (but not resistant to ketones, esters and chlorinated hydrocarbons), but also have good abrasion resistance, aging resistance and air tightness, so they are in the rubber industry. Wide range of applications. Fluororubber gasket (FPM): It has high temperature resistance and can be used in -30°C-+250°C environment. It is resistant to strong oxidants, oil and acid and alkali. It is usually used in high temperature, high vacuum and high pressure environments, and is also suitable for oily environments. Due to its excellent performance, fluororubber is widely used in petroleum, chemical, aerospace, aerospace and other sectors. Other rubber gaskets: neoprene gasket (CR), natural rubber gasket (NR), EPDM gasket, acrylate rubber gasket and other special rubber. It is resistant to oil, acid, alkali, abrasion, high and low temperature. Scope of application: machinery, electrical appliances, instruments, hydraulic systems, piping systems. Special shaped gaskets can be designed and manufactured according to user requirements.