What We Do
Seal Master is the industry leader in custom-engineered, fully molded, fabric-reinforced inflatable seals and bags.
Seal Master has been the go-to inflatable seals manufacturer for over four decades. We are unmatched in our industry due to our expert staff, cutting-edge design and manufacturing facilities, and our stringent standards and testing processes. Whether you need a single specialty item or a large production run, Seal Master can handle all of your fabrication needs using only fully molded construction.
What does fully molded mean? It’s what sets us apart in the industry. fully molded construction means that both high temperature and pressure are incorporated in the fabrication process to improve the rubber’s strength. This process improves the elastomeric properties of the material, resulting in consistent and even inflation pressure along the entire striking surface.
Seal Master offers only the highest quality, American-made products, including custom-engineered, fabric-reinforced inflatable seals and bags. We also offer a variety of approved accessories to complement your inflatable products.Learn More
Our products create solutions for difficult challenges faced by a wide variety of industries. Our unique, custom-engineered inflatable seals and bags can apply holding, lifting, pushing, sealing, squeezing or stopping force to almost any surface or object.Learn More
At Seal Master, we use only tested, certified materials and we inspect each shipment that we receive. We utilize a variety of elastomers and fabric materials that are customized for each individual project by experienced engineers.Learn More
Design & Engineering
Our engineers and design staff will meet with you to create a customized inflatable seal or bag, keeping your unique application and environmental considerations in mind. Our design process is what helps us stand out from the competition.
Quality Assurance Program
At Seal Master, we take pride in our products and reputation. Each one of our products undergoes a detailed inspection process prior to shipment, including multiple underwater leak checks. Since 1980, less than 5% of our products have ever had a warranty claim.