Have you worked with a gasket and wondered how to improve your gasket material design? Answer these 6 questions to better your technique and expertise!
Aftermarket gaskets are used in engine rebuilding and in service operations. Remember that replacement products vary greatly. Read more!
A jacketed gasket has a construction composed of a soft filler material, wrapped by a metal outer layer. Read the reasons why to use one here!
You could lose a load in a gasketed joint because the bolts are not torqued enough. Read more reasons behind this problem here!
Composite gaskets work well in exhaust and aftertreatment systems and as aftermarket gaskets. Continue reading to find out more applications!
You should re-torque gaskets after they have seen their first heat cycle. Re-torques usually are not necessary afterward. Read more!
The gasket material should withstand the temperature of the application without oxidizing, burning, or otherwise disintegrating. Read more!
Sealed-In is a gasket and gasket material blog made by Metal Tech Industries in Iowa Falls. Read about the top 5 posts from the blog’s first 2 years!
Coating gaskets is important to make your gasket stand out. Some coating means of application are spraying and rolling. Read to learn more!
You might need an insulating gasket if there isn’t room for a heat shield. It also saves you money and simplifies your design. Learn more!