Press-Seal Corporation: A Diversified Company With A Future Strategy
Many small companies are one-trick ponies, betting their one product line and segmented group of customers to take them into the future. Press-Seal was once that company. But not anymore.
During its 60-year history, Press-Seal Corporation has grown from a rubber gasket company started in a chicken coop, to a worldwide distributor of products for transit, automotive, aerospace, construction and the medical markets.
Water Collection Systems
Supplying rubber gaskets around the world for wastewater and storm water systems, Press-Seal has become one of the most well known suppliers of connectors, pipe gaskets and sealing solutions in the market today.
As the only producer of gaskets in this industry who makes their own rubber, Press-Seal can offer customers a level of quality control unmatched in the market. Add to that, their own in-house laboratory is equipped with the most modern equipment and skilled technicians providing greater accuracy and control from start to finish.
It’s More Than Rubber and Gaskets
Beyond being the dominant figure in the water collection system industry, Press-Seal has expanded over the years through acquisitions that allow them to manufacture for a wide variety of industries.
The Top-Notch Tool department occupies almost 20,000 square feet within the 120,000 square feet of building space that Press-Seal occupies, and they have over twenty pieces of equipment producing parts on machines such as Star Swiss Lathes, HAAS 3-Axis mills and Flow Integrated Flying Bridge Waterjets.
In an effort to further expand into new markets and increase the capabilities of the Top-Notch Tool department in 2012, Press-Seal initiated the expansion into metrology. The addition of a coordinate-measuring machine and blue light scanning technologies have provided the necessary resources to measure and verify product to the precise tolerances required by today’s medical and automotive environment.
The PS Fasteners department provides a plethora of products for railroad and transit systems such as the INSULGUARD concrete anchoring system that was engineered to withstand high dynamic track impact and vibratory loads. While also providing excellent electrical insulation against stray current.
They also design and fabricate the track-mounted Corefast concrete core drill to drill out damaged shoulders and track anchors from concrete ties and slab track.
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