Q & A|Gut Ware Company

Q & A

Q1 How can we seal with lower frictional resistance?

A1 Please adopt LF rubber.

It is possible to reduce the frictional resistance of the rubber surface greatly while ensuring the elasticity of the rubber.
For details, please see PDF.

LF rubber PDF Composite product PDF

Q2 How can we seal strong solvents and chemicals?

A2 We will develop rubber materials according to product use and use conditions and respond to customer's requests.

Composite product PDF Solvent resistant material PDF

Q3 We would like the impact to be absorbed. How can we do that?

A3 There are low rebound materials that suppress sulfurized outgas, which can be used safely even inside electronic parts.

Low rebound product PDF

Q4 We would like to prevent reverse flow of fluid and body.

A4 We recommend you to use duckbill valve which suppresses flow in one composed direction.
Duckbill valve is used in various scenes, such as cars, medical care, water circulation including shower.

Duckbill PDF

Q5 We would like to know how to take in air during voltage transformation.

A5 We recommend you to use duckbill valve which suppresses flow in one composed direction.
Duckbill valve is used in various scenes, such as cars, medical care, water circulation including shower.

Duckbill PDF

Q6 We would like to improve defect of sealed product. Could you help us design it?

A6 We support your product design by applying load, pressure, heat to rubber, and analyzing rubber displacement, stress etc. with computer.

FEM analysis animation

Q7 How can we seal with high pressure?

A7 We have materials that combine high pressure and excellent sealing performance.

High hardness seal PDF

Q8 We would like to integrate rubber and different kind of parts.

A8 We have experiences and achievements of vulcanization adhesion between rubber and metal, thermoplastic resin, fluorocarbon resin (PTFE), etc.

Composite product PDF