Gaskets come from a wide variety of shapes and sizes, but all of them have the same function, to seal surfaces generally to prevent leakage from or into the joined surfaces. From engine parts to other system parts like your exhaust and intake systems and transmission systems, gaskets play a vital role in sealing off those elements that make your car work efficiently. That's why it is necessary to have top-notch quality gaskets, and Hebmuller has an array of gasket sets that you can use to replace your wearing ones.You might have heard of Hebmuller because it has been in existence since Josep Hebmuller founded the company in 1889. Back then, it manufactured bodies of cars notable for building a two-seater convertible based on the Volkswagen Type 1 known as the Volkswagen Type 14A. But in the 1940s, the economy was not doing so well because of the Great Depression. It was also around this time that the company suffered from a massive fire forcing the management to declare bankruptcy. But now, the company has returned stronger, choosing to specialize in high-performance gaskets for automatic transition vehicles which not only cater towards their former German car company client but also to other car manufacturers as well.Why the transition to gaskets? You see, a vehicle has a lot of gaskets in it. At least one gasket is working for every system of your ride. There's the cylinder head gasket, transmission pan gasket, oil pan gasket, and a lot more. Gaskets are important sealing mechanisms that ensure vital liquids are properly circulated (in the case of transmission pan gaskets), for air to be taken in (intake manifold gaskets) and exhaust gases to be taken out (exhaust manifold gaskets). And this is a great opportunity for Hebmuller to profit from a much-needed demand. This brand ensures that surfaces that often come into contact in your vehicle will be locked together without leaks, ensuring better engine performance on the road.