April 15, 2017

Send us your Pictures!

Send us your pictures! We love seeing our products at work in the field! Please feel free to send us pictures and/or stories of our products at work. Email them to nick.carter@gasketsinc.com Contact Us Gaskets Inc 301 W HWY 16 Rio, WI 920-992-3137 800-558-1833 (toll free) nick.carter@gasketsinc.com

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April 15, 2017

New Technology: Basalt

Our constant pursuit of technological advancement has led us to a major breakthrough in the heat resistant materials industry. That breakthrough is volcanic rock, more specifically, basalt. If that name sounds familiar it’s because basalt is a naturally heat resistant volcanic rock, one you may have heard of in geology class. Gaskets Incorporated has started […]

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April 15, 2017

Maintaining and Replacing Expansion Joints in Foundries

DID YOU KNOW? Regularly maintaining and replacing the expansion joints in your foundry is crucial. If an expansion joint fails due to lack of maintenance it can cause shut downs and down times diminish your bottom line. Monitoring expansion joints and replacing them before failure is crucial. Not to worry though, Gaskets Inc. has you […]

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April 15, 2017

American Made, What it Means to Us

Back in 1946 when Gaskets was known as Racine Glove Company, everything then was made in house, all the products were bought from nearby suppliers. Then the fabric was cut 15 feet away from where it was sewn, and only steps away where it was packaged and sent to retailers. What has changed in nearly […]

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April 15, 2017

Flame Resistant vs. Fire Retardant

The terms Flame Resistant and Fire Retardant (both ar commonly reffered to as FR) get misused a lot. These two terms are very similar and can become confusing. The content below should make clear the differences of the two. Flame and Fire can be used interchangebly. The confusion occurs when looking at Resistant vs. Retardant. […]

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April 15, 2017

New Product – Basalt Tadpole Seals

Basalt woven fiber is an environmentally friendly alternative to fiberglass materials. With excellent tensile strength, excellent resistance to Acid and Alkali, High abrasive resistance and a high melting point. Basalt originates from igneous rock (volcanic, molten lava) and is 100% Recyclable. Overview Basalt is a volcanic rock that has natural fire resistant components. The use […]

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