Materials

Natural Gum Rubber

This versatile material boasts excellent physical properties. Though it is not best for handling petroleum-based fluids, it’s a pro at resisting air, water, shock, and vibrations.

At Breiner, we know natural rubber‘s power, and we’re here to help you optimize its potential. Let’s create something amazing together!

Neoprene

This versatile synthetic rubber has revolutionized the automotive, refrigeration, and HVAC industries! With its strength and resilience, neoprene is a go-to material for both indoor and outdoor applications.

From extreme temperatures to high-stress environments, neoprene delivers unbeatable performance.

Neoprene

This versatile synthetic rubber has revolutionized the automotive, refrigeration, and HVAC industries! With its strength and resilience, neoprene is a go-to material for both indoor and outdoor applications.

From extreme temperatures to high-stress environments, neoprene delivers unbeatable performance.

Nitrile/Buna-N

Also known as Buna-N, Nitrile is tough as nails when it comes to petroleum or oil applications. Plus, it confidently handles the heat.

It’s no wonder manufacturers who work with fuel pumps, and in the automotive and industrial settings can’t get enough of Nitrile’s strength and resilience.

Silicone

Whether it’s blistering heat or freezing cold, silicone rubber can take it all, remaining functional even from -60° to over 400°F. Plus, it resists water and electricity.

Silicone is also FDA-compliant, so it’s perfect for food-service or pharmaceutical applications.

Silicone

Whether it’s blistering heat or freezing cold, silicone rubber can take it all, remaining functional even from -60° to over 400°F. Plus, it resists water and electricity.

Silicone is also FDA-compliant, so it’s perfect for food-service or pharmaceutical applications.

EPDM

With its incredible resistance to water, sunlight, ozone, and heat, EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomers) can handle just about any weather element you can throw its way. Plus, it’s great for sealing hot water and steam, or for braking systems; but keep it away from petroleum-based fluids!

SBR

More than just a budget-friendly option, SBR’s (styrene butadiene rubber) properties rival natural rubber! With impressive tensile and impact strength, it can be found in hydraulic braking systems and in the tire industry.

When it comes to versatility and performance, SBR holds its own!

SBR

More than just a budget-friendly option, SBR’s (styrene butadiene rubber) properties rival natural rubber! With impressive tensile and impact strength, it can be found in hydraulic braking systems and in the tire industry.

When it comes to versatility and performance, SBR holds its own!

Viton

Originally crafted for aerospace, Viton can take on temperatures over 500°F. With its impressive heat and corrosive resistance, Viton has skyrocketed in popularity for automotive and chemical applications.

Upgrade your projects with Viton and experience its high-performance!

Foam & Sponge Rubber

When it comes to foam rubber and sponge rubber, the differences can be a real game-changer! Rigid foam rubber is perfect for refrigeration and freezer applications, while flexible foam rubber is ideal for cushioning.

Sponge rubbers are dense and resilient, perfect for long-lasting use in the outdoors.

Foam & Sponge Rubber

When it comes to foam rubber and sponge rubber, the differences can be a real game-changer! Rigid foam rubber is perfect for refrigeration and freezer applications, while flexible foam rubber is ideal for cushioning.

Sponge rubbers are dense and resilient, perfect for long-lasting use in the outdoors.

Cork

With its high compressibility and flexibility, cork is a go-to material for gasket manufacturing. It’s naturally impermeable, buoyant, elastic, and even fire-retardant!

From oil and fuel pumps to electrical equipment, cork has got your back.

Felt

Felt brings a winning combination of qualities. Its unique blend of softness and toughness makes it perfect for sealing applications. It’s also excellent at absorbing vibrations and reducing noise.

With its excellent insulating properties and resistance to oil and chemicals, felt gaskets are the total package.

Felt

Felt brings a winning combination of qualities. Its unique blend of softness and toughness makes it perfect for sealing applications. It’s also excellent at absorbing vibrations and reducing noise.

With its excellent insulating properties and resistance to oil and chemicals, felt gaskets are the total package.

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