OEM Materials

We convert materials from these quality manufacturers and more:
  • Bergquist
  • Chomerics
  • Dow
  • Diversified Silicones (Rubber and Foam)
  • GE
  • Laird Specialties
  • Reeves Brothers
  • Rogers – Bisco Foams (Urethane and Silicone Rubber/Foams)
  • Thermagon
  • 3M

Some of the materials we convert:

  • Buna-N®
  • EPDM®
  • Fairprene
  • Formex®
  • HDPE
  • Kapton®
  • Kydex®
  • Lexan®
  • Mylar®
  • Nomex®
  • Nylon®
  • Phenolics
  • Poron®
  • Silicone Rubber
  • Teflon®
  • VHB Tapes TM
  • Viton®


KLINGER IGI, Inc. supplies custom extrusions and foams in many shapes and designs in a wide range of materials. Our advanced manufacturing facilities allow us to convert your design regardless of complexity. Our capabilities extend to the supply of:
  • Extruded Rubber
  • Grommets
  • Rod
  • Sheeting
  • Strips
  • Tube

Some of the other materials available in extrusion form are:

  • Polyethylene- low temperatures and dry sliding applications.
  • Polypropylene- lightweight and versatile offering a good resistance to attack by a wide range of chemicals.
  • Rigid PVC- low cost plastic.
  • Nylon:
    • Extremely tough and absorbs moisture.
    • Prevents accumulation of electrostatics.
    • Resistant to diluted and concentrated:
      • Alkalis
      • Edible and Lubricating Oils
      • Ethers
      • Fuels
      • Hydrocarbons
      • Ketones

Foam: KLINGER IGI, Inc. supplies open and closed cell gaskets for a variety of end uses and budgets. KLINGER IGI, Inc. manufactures a complete line of high-quality single and double-coated foam tapes. Our large inventory of open, closed cell foams and sponge allow us to make tapes to fit nearly any requirement.

  • Closed Cell Foams
  • ErgoFoam
  • Ether
  • EVA Foam
  • Filter Foams
  • High Density Urethane Foams
  • Non-Crosslinked Polyethylene Foam
  • Polyethylene Foam
  • PVC Foam
  • Silicone Foam
  • Urethane Foam

Rubber Products

An extensive range of natural and synthetic rubber is available in sheet or roll form for conversion into gaskets or strips.
Commercial Rubber Sheeting is manufactured in many thicknesses for applications demanding tear and strength considerations.
Butyl (Isobutene) has very good weathering resistance and has a lower gas permeability than any other rubber. A good temperature range from -65°C to +120°C.
EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) has excellent ozone, chemical and ageing characteristics. EPDM features high tensile strength and high heat resistance and is good with low temperature properties. It's resistant to ketones, ester based solvents and some hydraulic oils. It can have poor resistance to petroleum based fluids and mineral oils.
Natural Rubber (Isoprene) is perhaps the best known of all rubbers and has excellent abrasion resistance, tensile strength and resistance to water. It is also considerably cheaper than most synthetic rubbers and withstands temperatures up to 80°C.
Neoprene Rubber (Chloroprene) is the most widely known of the synthetic rubbers. It has good weathering properties and a greater heat resistance than natural rubber. Neoprene shows very good resistance to oil, but not the best for water.
Nitrile Rubber (Butadiene) has excellent resistance to petroleum based fluids including petroleum based solvents. High and low temperature performance is good up to 80°C. Good resistance to water. Chemical resistance is poor.
Viton® (Fluoropropylene Vinylidene Fluoride)is an excellent high temperature resistant rubber particularly in air and oil environments. Resistant to temperatures up to 200°C. Very good chemical resistance.

Other rubber products:

  • Buna-N® (Nitrile)
  • Closed Cell Sponge
  • Cloth Inserted Sheet
  • Diaphragm Sheet
  • Hypalon®
  • Open Cell Sponge
  • Red Rubber, Cloth Finish, SBR
  • Red Rubber, Wire Inserted
  • Silicone
  • Tan Pure Gum