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Cured-In-Place Gaskets 

ContractGasketing.com also offers curing ovens to meet your cured-in-place gasketing (CIPG) needs.
 
In a typical cured-in-place gasketing scenario, a 1 or 2-part bead of material is robotically dispensed along a flange of a surface. The part is then transferred to a curing oven where the applied heat accelerates the curing of the bead. 
 
Cured-in-place gasketing is necessary when an application calls for a compression gasket to be permanently bonded to one surface. Sealing is accomplished during assembly when the surface with the cured gasket is compressed against a facing flat surface.
 

 

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