An o-ring is a round, mechanical gasket designed to be seated in a groove and compressed during assembly between two or more parts, creating a seal at the interface. O-Rings are one of the most common types of seals because they're inexpensive, reliable and have simple mounting requirements. O-rings are available in a variety of materials, in both standard and custom sizes.
Extruded rubber products are applied in a wide range of sealing and gas keting applications. They are available in various compounds and styles to meet specific end-use requirements involving various factors like size, tolerance, configuration, cost and performance.