Neoprene Gaskets

neoprene gaskets


Neoprene gaskets are suitable for an extensive array of applications, including:

  • Automotive: Sealing engine components, doors, windows, and hoods.
  • Marine: Providing watertight seals on boats, ships, and maritime equipment.
  • HVAC: Sealing ducts, vents, and air conditioning systems.
  • Industrial: Gasketing in machinery, pipelines, and equipment.
  • Outdoor: Protecting outdoor equipment and enclosures from the elements.


Neoprene gaskets are a reliable choice for sealing applications, offering durability, flexibility, and resistance to various environmental factors. ASG's expertise in customization ensures that you receive Neoprene gaskets precisely tailored to your project's requirements, whether you need them in various thicknesses, shapes, with adhesive backing, or laminated for specialized applications. Trust ASG to provide high-quality Neoprene gaskets that meet your sealing needs with precision and effectiveness.

Neoprene gaskets are versatile sealing components known for their exceptional resilience and suitability for various sealing applications. These gaskets are manufactured using high-quality Neoprene rubber, a synthetic elastomer renowned for its excellent balance of flexibility, durability, and resistance to environmental factors.

Key Features:

  1. Material Properties: Neoprene rubber is highly regarded for its resistance to UV rays, ozone, weathering, and chemicals, making it an ideal choice for outdoor and industrial applications.
  2. Excellent Sealing: Neoprene gaskets provide a reliable seal, effectively preventing the ingress of moisture, air, dust, and other contaminants.
  3. Temperature Resistant: They exhibit good temperature resistance, maintaining their sealing properties across a wide range of temperatures, from extreme cold to moderate heat.
  4. Flexibility: Neoprene gaskets are flexible and conformable, allowing them to adapt to irregular surfaces and maintain a secure seal.
  5. Diverse Applications: Neoprene gaskets find use in a broad spectrum of industries, including automotive, marine, HVAC, and industrial equipment.

Customization Options:

ASG offers Neoprene gaskets in a range of shapes and sizes, all tailored to your specific requirements. Customization options include:

  • Thickness: Gaskets can be produced in varying thicknesses to meet the demands of your sealing application.
  • Shapes: Whether you need circular, square, rectangular, or custom-shaped gaskets, ASG can accommodate your needs.
  • Adhesive Backing: Neoprene gaskets can be supplied with adhesive backing for easy installation.
  • Laminations: ASG offers laminated Neoprene gaskets with additional layers such as foils or other materials for enhanced performance in specialized applications.

The Benefits of Neoprene Gaskets

  • Reducing operational noise
  • Absorbing shock
  • Cushioning against abrasion
  • Acting to seal a link between pipes or connectors
  • The resistance and transmission of electricity
  • Insulating electrical charges

Why use neoprene gaskets?

The fact that neoprene rubber gaskets combine strength and durability with the flexibility needed to compress when bearing a load makes them the ideal choice for a range of applications in sectors such as construction, plumbing, lighting, automotive and aerospace.

The fact that neoprene gaskets also offers Oil Resistance, high resistance to the environmental impact of salt water, ozone and natural aging means that the seal they create offers stability and longevity.

ASG supply the full range of neoprene gaskets in black only.

Self-adhesive neoprene gaskets

As well as standard neoprene gaskets, ASG supply self-adhesive neoprene gaskets. The adhesive in question fixes each gasket in place, ensuring it remains stable even if the application moves. Clients can choose adhesive which is low, medium or high tack, depending upon the individual requirements, and members of our sales team are on hand to answer questions or offer advice.

Grades of neoprene rubber gaskets

Since we pride ourselves on providing exactly what each client needs at ASG, we supply gaskets in different grades of neoprene, depending upon the demands of each application. In addition to British Standard grades of BS2752 variants (c40, c50, c60) we utilise general commercial grades of neoprene. Speak to our sales team if you have any questions about the grade you require.

Neoprene Rubber Gaskets

The strong, synthetic material from which neoprene gaskets are cut makes them ideal for external sealing applications. As well as offering excellent resistance to abrasion, these gaskets are resistant to being degraded by ageing, weathering or ozone.Whilst operating well in the presence of vegetable oils, animal fats and inorganic salts, neoprene gaskets shouldn’t be used in the presence of aromatic hydrocarbons and ketones.

When we say that ASG supply gaskets for use in the widest possible range of sectors, we mean it. That’s why we provide gaskets which meet legal requirements regarding BS 2752 compliancy, food approval and flame retardancy. In addition, all of our gaskets, from standard to dovetail and picture frame, can be provided in high or low volumes depending upon client requirements.

Neoprene Rubber Gaskets - Flame Retardant, Anti-Static

Our flame retardant and anti-static neoprene rubber gaskets are manufactured from material which meets ISO 340 and the American flammability standard UL94-V0. In addition, they offer a maximum surface electrical resistance of 3 x 108 Ω and the anti-static properties meet BS 490. This is on top of the standard neoprene gasket characteristics of being resistant to the negative impact of weathering, animal fats and inorganic salts.

The advanced in-house technology utilised by ASG means that we can provide custom made gaskets cut to order, including dovetail, standard flange and picture frame gaskets.

What is neoprene?

Neoprene is the DuPont trade name for chloroprene, which is a synthetic rubber with a wide range of uses.

As well as being able to withstand temperatures ranging from a low of -40°C up to a high of 120°C, it offers excellent resistance to UV rays and ozone damage, good general resistance to petroleum-based fuels and oils and robust chemical stability.

The fact that neoprene is waterproof and works well under pressure makes it the ideal material for gaskets to be used in deep sea applications, while its noise insulating properties mean it is often featured in household appliances that call for lower levels of noise and movement.

The advantages of using neoprene as a material

Thermal stability – it retains flexibility over a wide range of temperatures

Environmental resilience – the fact that it is waterproof resistant to corrosion makes it ideal for a wide range of environments

Chemical resistance – neoprene works without being overly compromised by weathering or common fluids

Durability – the longevity of a neoprene gasket greatly reduces expenditure on maintenance and replacements

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