Custom Gaskets Made Possible With Mueller
Products that require custom parts can present challenges to manufacturers for mass production and meeting consumer demand. Creating custom gaskets to fit the unique needs of your product can quickly add up if you’re not using a die-cut solution. Die-cut gaskets provide a great way for manufacturers to create one-of-a-kind products that won’t break the bank.
For custom gaskets that are both cost-efficient and high-quality, Mueller’s custom-cut solutions are second to none. We work with a variety of materials to provide die-cut services across a vast number of industries.
Die-Cut Gaskets for Any Product
A wide range of gasket sizes with tight tolerances is made possible through die-cutting solutions. Using either flatbed or rotary methods, even the most precise details are masterfully crafted, from bolt holes to a specific radius. Choose from our steel rule or solid milled dies for inexpensive, low-volume production needs with a quick turnaround. When you need more parts created, select from our foils, films, and papers for high-volume production at a cost you can afford.
Our die-cut gasket solutions are available in several material types to best suit your specific product needs. Choose from the following to create the parts you need at an affordable price:
- EMI/RFI shielding
- And much more!
Die-cut gaskets are reliable and completely customizable. If your gasket requires design changes during the course of production, it’s no problem! Because the materials used are less costly than those used in injection mold processes, making a quick change to your gasket design won’t cause the price of your order to skyrocket. Simply tell us what adjustments need to be made, and we’ll alter the order with minimal added cost to you.
Our custom-cut solutions can take on the task whether you need a prototype made or require a more robust order for mass production.
Mueller Custom Cut: Your 3M Preferred Converter
With the needs of our clients in mind, our team at Mueller Custom Cut is always incorporating the best materials and products into our custom die-cutting processes. By partnering with 3M and becoming a 3M Preferred Converter, we can offer advanced materials and adhesives that better meet the needs of our clients. With over 55,000 available products, 3M solutions help us meet complex manufacturing challenges to deliver more durable, longer-lasting finished products.
We are also a 3M Preferred Automotive Converter, enabling us to create advanced automotive solutions that incorporate 3M’s trusted and reliable products. From gaskets and seals to thermal insulators, 3M materials help us meet the automotive industry’s unique needs with fast turnaround times and valuable manufacturer support.
Choose Mueller for Your Custom Gasket Needs
Mueller Custom Cut has offered die-cut solutions to manufacturers in the North Carolina region and beyond for more than 80 years. We’ve served industries of all kinds, from aerospace and automotive to health care and turbines, providing custom-cut solutions for virtually any product. When you need custom-cut gaskets or industry-specific die-cut gaskets to meet your production needs, Mueller has the cost-effective, unique solutions you’re looking for!
Frequently Asked Questions
Which gaskets meet USP (United States Pharmacopeia) requirements?
GYLON® Style 3500, 3504, 3510, and 3522 are USP Class VI approved. For more information, please contact Mueller Custom Cut.
What thickness is best for a gasket?
At Mueller Custom Cut, we recommend using thinner gaskets when possible. This not only lowers the cost of the gasket but also increases the performance of the joint by lowering emissions and product loss and increasing blowout resistance.
What gasket problems can be caused by pressure spikes?
High-pressure spikes can occur in any line pumping a liquid if a valve is closed rapidly. This pressure leaves the fluid flow with nowhere to go. The inertia of the fluid can create extreme pressure spikes and cause a gasket to blow out.
What is a full-face gasket?
A full-face gasket covers the entire flange face and includes bolt holes, typically used in flat-faced flanges.
How much will my gasket compress?
The amount of compression expected on a particular gasket type depends on its compressibility data and the load applied. Sealing problems are often a result of a lack of compression.
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