Plastic Gaskets
& Materials

We manufacture gaskets onsite and produce custom-made products using our wide range of plastic materials.
Our range of plastic materials varies in terms of the type of finish, thickness, hardness, colour and temperature tolerances.

Our Plastic Material Range

Browse through the following list of popular plastic materials used for gaskets and other bespoke applications. If you are interested in a plastic material that is not listed below, contact us to discuss your requirements and the possibility of sourcing this for you.

Plastic Material Options

Acetal Plastic

Acetal plastic is a general-purpose, semi-crystalline, high-strength engineered thermoplastic. Commonly used for parts that need to be very stiff, have low surface friction and good dimensional stability. Good wear and tear properties especially in wet environments. Also called polyacetal and polyoxymethylene (POM).


Acrylic Plastic

Acrylic plastic is a transparent material with outstanding strength, stiffness, and optical clarity. Acrylic plastic is easy to fabricate, bonds well with adhesives and solvents, and is easy to thermoform. It has superior weathering properties compared to many other transparent plastics.



Phenolic cotton cloth laminated | Medium weave

Medium weave cotton phenolic laminate for general purpose usage. Suitable for gears, bearings and low tension electrical applications. Lightweight and easy to machine.


HDPE (High Density Polyethlyene)

Known for its premium quality HDPE plastic (High Density Polyethylene), also known as PE100. The black UV-stabilised material offers the advantage of high impact strength even at low temperatures together with good corrosion resistance. It boasts excellent processing properties and is highly tolerant of chemicals. The natural PE is approved for contact with food FDA. Our range has a service temperature range from -50 degrees C to +80 degrees C.



Polycarbonate (PC) plastics are a naturally transparent amorphous thermoplastic. Polycarbonate plastics are engineering plastics in that they are typically used for more capable, robust materials such as in impact-resistant “glass-like” surfaces.



Polypropylene plastics , sometimes abbreviated as PP, is a thermoplastic polymer used in a variety of industrial plastics including food processing, reusable containers, plastic parts, chemical tanks, and bunds.



Polyurethane (PU) or Urethane is an elastomeric material available in a wide range of hardness. Polyurethane has excellent resistance to abrasion, oils, various chemicals, solvents, and oxidation while maintaining high tensile strength and resilience.


PTFE (Polytetrefluoroethylene)

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), a strong, tough, waxy, non-stick and nonflammable. Also known as Teflon, Fluon, Hostaflon, and Polyflon, PTFE is distinguished by its slippery surface, high melting point, and resistance to attack by almost all chemicals. It has useful electrical and mechanical properties and can be moulded into solid rods, tubes and sheets for machining into finished components. It also has excellent UV resistance.


PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is used in a variety of applications in the building and construction, health care, electronics, automobile and other sectors. Used to create products ranging from piping and siding, components and more.


Plastic Material Options

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Carl Quarterman

Owner and Managing Director

After earning a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Carl began his career working for BP as an Industrial Chemist before progressing through the company to become a supply chain specialist. For over 14 years, he operated extensively in the global business, focusing on supply chain management and integration.

His devotion to becoming a world-class leader started during his service in the Army Reserve, where he developed a particular interest in Australia’s Defence capability.

After serving on the Management Committee, Carl was elected President of the Australian Industry Defence Network (AIDN), Queensland in 2016 and in 2022, was appointed Chair of the AIDN National Board. Carl has an unwavering commitment to supporting and cultivating a strong defence industry in Australia.

With strong leadership skills and global corporate experience, Carl took up the Queensland Gasket reins in 2012. Since then, the company has continued to work closely across industries utilising his supply chain network, as well as adapting to meet the changing needs of consumers, technologies, and business opportunities.

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Choosing the right material depends on many variables, this selection tool includes some. Speak with us prior to confirming your choice.

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