Engine Seals

Most vehicles use internal combustion engines for mobile propulsion.

These engines use petroleum by-products (gasoline, diesel fuel and natural gas) and are found in all vehicles: automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, boats, aircraft and locomotives.

Silicone engine seals for construction equipment

Engine seals to withstand gasoline, coolants and wide temperature ranges

An internal combustion engine can be broken down to sub-compartments which are bolted together. On the piston and valve side, there are seals for the valve cover and rocker cover that are the focus of Mantaline’s core capabilities. These seals can be made of silicone, fluoroelastomer or polyacrylate materials chosen for the wide operating temperature ranges and their ability to withstand the attack of gasoline and various coolants.

■ Applies to engine seals designed by Mantaline

MarketsMaterialsProcesses
Automotive Tier 1EPDMExtrusion: Dense/Foam
Heavy Truck OEMNitrileMetal Carriers & Solid Core
Construction EquipmentNeopreneCutting/Taping
Off-Road VehiclesHNBRNotching/Drilling
Recreational VehiclesSiliconeCoating
MedicalTPE/TPVPrinting
Rail/BusPolyacrylateSplicing/Molding
IndustrialFlouroelastomerFlocking
AgriculturalAutoclave Cure