3 Properties of Cellulose Gaskets

Working with nonmetallic materials has taught us a thing or two about what end users can expect from the custom parts we make for them. For more than 70 years, the team at Breiner has worked with thousands of these materials, and one we particularly work with is...

The 10 Essential Material Handling Principles

Within the manufacturing industry, material handling principles help manufacturers streamline the resourcing, moving, shipping, and replacing parts for production. In an industry where customer satisfaction relies on delivery, material handling is an essential tool to...

Is Needled and Compressed Felt the Solution You’re Looking For?

Within the scope of making custom-cut seals and gaskets to meet a manufacturing need, there are thousands of materials available to choose from. Each of these materials has a unique set of properties and often the differences are so minute they’re hard to distinguish....

A Material with Flexibility: Neoprene Polymer

Within the world of manufacturing, neoprene polymers are a popular choice for making seals and gaskets. Varied in durability and flexibility from hard to flexible, neoprene polymers stand at the top of engineers’ lists for reliable manufacturing materials to complete...

Rubber vs Silicone Gaskets: What’s the Right Material for You?

Breiner Innovative utilizes several non-metallic materials when crafting gaskets, including rubber and silicone. While both have their value as reliable sealants, deciding the right material depends on your individual application. So, what are the differences and...