Our Clarence Headquarters has 91k sq. ft of state-of-the-art manufacturing, warehouse, and office space. Our Able Division has 16k sq. ft of space and Higbee Division has another 60k sq. ft.
From gasket fabrication to o-ring inspection, our world-class facilities allow our team to make the highest quality products for our valued customers.
We carry an inventory of millions of O-Rings in the standard AS568A, Japanese, and European metric sizes. Choose more than 100 compounds including:
- Acrylic (ACM)
- Aflas® (TFE/P)
- Butyl (IIR)
- Chemraz® (FFKM)
- Ethylene Propylene (EPDM)
- Fluorosilicone (FVMQ)
- Neoprene (CR)
- Silicone (MQ, PMQ, VMQ, PVMQ)
- Teflon® (PTFE)
- Viton (Fluorocarbon, FKM)
Millions of o-rings in all standard AS568-B sizes.
A wide variety of gasketing products - fabricated in dozens of materials in hundreds of formulations
Hallite, SKF, Rotary, Bonded Seals, and Performance Plastics
Transfer, injection (LIM), and compression molded from any elastomer
Gap fillers, thermal insulators, and thermal tapes
O-Ring and gasketing material with strong chemical resistance properties
Hydrophobic, oleophobic and hydrophilic ePTFE venting membrane materials
Seal & Design
Established in 1989 by Dean T. Penman, Seal & Design Inc. has established itself as an industry leader in the sealing and gasketing industry. Seal & Design is a leading manufacturer and distributor of die cut gaskets, seals, o-rings, and molded rubber products.
Dean's original philosophy included exceeding customer expectations with great customer service and high quality products; and we are proud to continue that tradition today. We supply to the Automotive, Medical, Military, Aerospace, Electronics, Power Generation, Hydraulics, and many other commercial industries.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality products, the best technical support, reliable on-time delivery, and superior customer service, at competitive prices. We achieved our ISO/TS 16949 certification in 2003. Seal & Design's customer focused attitude allows us to exceed customers’ expectations.