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Orbel Expands Fabric over Foam Gasket Product Line

EASTON, Pa., July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Orbel's Hi-Flex™ Fabric over Foam Gaskets are manufactured from a resilient open cell urethane foam core and wrapped with a durable high performance copper-nickel plated conductive fabric. These flexible metalized gaskets are lightweight, self-terminating when cut and exhibit low compression forces making them ideal for shielding seams, doors and access panels. Orbel Provides:

  • A Variety of Profiles - Rectangles, Squares, D-Shapes, Bell Shapes, Knife Shapes and P-Shapes.

  • Short Lead Times - Most standard profiles can be shipped within 24 hours. Custom profiles can be created in less than 3 weeks.

  • Value Added Operations - Orbel cuts to length, kiss-cuts, clearance notches, and miter cuts for custom frame style gaskets.

  • Customization - I/O Backplane and D-subminiature gaskets fabricated to meet your specific applications.

For more information, visit or call us for a copy of our New Selection Guide (610) 829-5000.

Contact: Dave Robson (919) 463-7780,


2 Danforth Drive / Easton, PA 18045

610-829-5000 / Fax 610-829-5050 /

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