- 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.