On the road with Breiner Non-Metallics

Our work within the automotive industry means parts from Breiner Non-Metallics end up across the country while keeping countless Americans safe on the road. It might surprise you how many seals, gaskets, insulators and other non-metallic die-cut parts live inside your...

Case Study: Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing

The Scenario: Inventory counts are slightly off and now the line is in a serious threat of being halted. This situation leads towards a whole host of negative consequences.  Production falls behind on orders, customers schedules are upset with missed deliveries and...

The Power of Plastic: Eight Types and How They’re Used

When it comes to non-metals, there’s no more versatile material than plastic. You can’t go one day — maybe not even one hour — without relying on some sort of plastic product within your everyday life. Plastics are out there constantly improving our world — keeping us...

Six Materials For Great Gaskets

When pipes, boilers, fuel tanks and more need to be joined together, what’s the best way to prevent liquid or gas from leaking? The answer: a gasket. At Breiner Non-Metallics, we make a lot of gaskets. Our parts make their way around the world, helping manufacturers,...

What is Non-Metallic Die Cutting?

Have you ever looked at an item you are using and wonder how it is made? Chances are it, or at least a part of it, was created by non-metallic die cutting. At Breiner Non-Metallics, we think non-metallic die cutting is a pretty big deal. While it oftentimes goes...

Foam Rubber vs Sponge Rubber

For the products we often prepare for our customers at Breiner Non-Metallics, the materials we commonly work with are foam rubber and sponge rubber. Both are reliable and fill the needs of our customers. However, there are still some key differences. The core...