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Web Seal Inc.

Web Seal Inc.An ISO 9001:2008 company, Web Seal has been providing solutions for sealing challenges more than 50 years.

As a full-service fabricator of die-cut parts and a distributor of industrial sealing components, Web Seal sources materials and products both domestically and globally.

Web Seal can also offer:

  • state-of-the-art die-cutting
  • rapid turnaround on prototypes
  • vendor-managed inventory (VMI) programs

Web Seal Inc.Web Seal is a privately held corporation located in upstate New York, halfway between two of the state's major attractions -- Niagara Falls at the Canadian border and the wine country of the Finger Lakes. Their facilities in downtown Rochester are located just off major expressways.

Web Seal has decades-long relationships with industry leaders, allowing them to provide leading-edge industry solutions, expertise and support from design through installation. Their employees have a long tenure in the industry and they are proud of their decades-long relationships with many of their top customers.

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