IndustrialPR Releases Manufacturers Directory and Buying Guide

IndustrialPR, the international manufacturing, scientific, IT and engineering ezine and division of Industrial Leaders Group (ILG) introduced today its new manufacturers directory and buying guide focusing on hydraulic seals, o-rings, mechanical seals, security tags, EMI (electromagnetic interference), conductive elastomers and allied products.

The company said the site presents offers from suppliers specializing in various types of seals and gaskets for industrial, automotive, fluid management, hydraulic, aerospace, military, power transmission, heavy equipment, electronic devices, plumbing, HVAC and other applications.

According IndustrialPR.net spokesperson Matt Robertson, the seals & gaskets directory includes offerings from primarily U.S. manufacturers of adhesives, sealants, molded rubber products, gore vents, custom-made machined seals, flexible graphite & compressed sheet gaskets, molded rubber parts, reclosable fasteners, high bond & double-sided tapes, spiral wound & PTFE gaskets, EMI shielding, mechanical seals, specialized tape, sponge, rubber seals as well as related sealing products. According to Robertson, the publication serves as a sealing products marketplace for engineers, MRO personnel, OEMs, facility mechanics and other buyers of seals and gaskets.

“For several years IndustrialPR.net has been publishing press releases, articles and white papers on various types of OEM and customized seal and gasket released into the marketplace and it is committed in helping companies find the most suitable sealing product to meet their specific needs,” said Robertson. He concluded, “The directory was first introduced in 2003 as part of ILG's Industrial Buyers' Guide and has since grown to 200+ offerings for virtual every type of gasket, o-ring, seal, adhesive, specialized tape, molded rubber part and EMI shielding product available today.” Robertson continued, “Qualified manufacturers of seals and gaskets are welcome to include their company website in the directory, which is subject to approval.”

Source: http://www.industrialleaders.com/

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