Green Sheet Gaskets: Cheaper is Not Always Better

  If there is one universally accepted truism (and there aren’t many), it’s that you get what you pay for. And in few places is this truer than in manufacturing where a cheaply made part can lead to expensive repairs and sometimes irreparable damage...

What is Durometer and How Does it Impact Gaskets and Seals?

What do pencil erasers and hockey pucks have in common? Probably more than meets the eye. See, both of these are made of rubber, but you wouldn’t use a hockey puck to clean up your hastily written notes and a hockey puck made of pencil erasers probably...

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,...

Compressed Non-Asbestos Gaskets

Apart from rubber, for many years asbestos was an equal parts effective and popular choice for use creating gaskets for a variety of applications. Asbestos’ fiber strength and properties made it resistant to severe temperature and chemical exposure. However, as we...

Non-Metallic Cutting Equipment Helps Avert Crisis

Breiner Non-Metallics is committed to utilizing the most current and efficient equipment and techniques for our manufacturing processes. This commitment allows us to take on new and unique tasks for our customers and deliver results faster, more efficiently, and at a...