Kiss cutting is a gasket manufacturing process that produces gaskets and seals on continuous rolls or sheets of adhesive liner. It is a precision cutting process that typically utilises a computer controlled, variable pressure blade. This method cuts through the gasket material without cutting through the adhesive liner. This enables the gaskets to be rolled up for easy transportation and storage. The adhesive backing also allows the gaskets and seals to be installed on a wide variety of surfaces and materials.
The kiss cutting method enables us to produce medium to large scale production runs with a quick turnaround time. The use of a computer controller cutting machine also allows us to produce complex gaskets to tight tolerances. We are able to use this process of both solid and sponge materials, in a variety of thicknesses to suit your unique requirements. Our dedicate team can work directly with you from the initial design process though to manufacturing. This ensures that you are always able to get the best gaskets and seals possible to suit your application and working environment.