Seal Master is a quality manufacturer of custom engineered, hand built, fabric reinforced inflatable seals and rubber products. Since 1974, we have been recognized for our expertise and innovation. A major reason we are so respected in the industry is due to our quality control and inspection process for each product that leaves our facility. We take pride in our products and stand by each one.
Over our 40 year history, Seal Master Corporation has focused on designing and manufacturing quality inflatable seals, bladders, bags, and other parts. We take great pride in our fabric-reinforced rubber products and our capabilities developing custom engineered components. Seal Master products have been used to seal aircraft hangars and to provide a collar for laboratory mice.
At Seal Master, we take pride in our products and stand by their quality when they are sent on to our customers. That’s why each Seal Master product is tested at least two times before it’s shipped. Every inflatable seal or rubber product we manufacture is tested at least twice, each time by a separate Seal Master inspector. During this process, our inspectors are looking for cosmetic defects and are also trained to be aware of any problems that may arise during operation with the finished product.
Seal Master Corporation is an industry leading manufacturer of custom engineered, hand built, fabric reinforced inflatable seals. Founded in 1974, Seal Master is widely recognized for its expertise and resourcefulness as a consultant, designer and producer of inflatable seals and other custom rubber products. Seal Master takes pride in serving our customers. We are here to assist in developing a solution to the customer’s problem while also establishing a strong relationship. With our knowledge and expertise of the product we can provide unmatched customer service and satisfaction.
Quality Built Quality Tested
At Seal Master we take pride in our products and stand by their quality. Each Seal Master product is inspected a minimum of two times prior to shipment by two separate Seal Master Quality inspectors. During this process inspectors are looking for obvious cosmetic defects but are also trained to be aware of other problems that may occur during operation. Below are examples of some inspection processes that take place prior to shipment.