Is Needled and Compressed Felt the Solution You’re Looking For?
If you’re looking for a gasket or seal that resists abrasions, perhaps felt is the right material for you. Though they sound similar, needled and compressed felt are two options that offer different properties that make the difference during the selection process.
How to Reduce Overhead Costs in Manufacturing
Production expenses are a top priority for business owners as they try to uphold production quality and reduce overhead costs at the same time.
Employee Spotlight: Jake Lucas
Today, Breiner Innovative proudly highlights our Handling and Purchasing Sales Manager, Jake Lucas, to learn about his work experience since working with the company for over 20 years.
Nomex® vs. Kevlar®: The Buyer’s Guide Guide to Inferno-Resistant Materials
During manufacturing, choosing the right materials is crucial as extreme temperatures can warp or damage parts. Out of all other materials, Nomex® stands out for its intense thermal and flame-proof durability. Unfortunately, many manufacturers overlook this product in favor of Kevlar® and miss out on other manufacturing opportunities. Here, we discuss the qualities and uses of Nomex® material.
A Material with Flexibility: Neoprene Polymer
Neoprene polymers are a popular choice for making seals and gaskets, which primarily stem from its long list of physical and environmental defenses.