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  • Rubber Seal Strip rubber seal strip is used on doors of automobiles for protection against water and dust. It's a perfect sealing option and remains unaffected by climatic changes or varying temperatures. Another popular application of the profiles are door trims.
  • Door Seal Sponge Rubber Seal Strip The width of the sponge rubber seal strip is from 2mm up to 100mm and the thickness from 1mm to 50mm. According to different applications, we produce it in low, medium and high density. Foam seal have different sections like D section, P section ...
  • Coextrusion Door Rubber Seal StripThe coextrusion door rubber seal strip offers excellent ozone-resistance, cold-resistance, and heat-resistance.
    It has good insulation property.
  • PVC Rubber Seal Strip Used in the automotive industry, the PVC rubber seal strip is ozone, cold, heat and flex-crack resistant. It has an excellent appearance. Our PVC rubber extrusion has TS16949/ISO2000 certification.
  • Glazing Rubber Seal Strip Glazing rubber seal strip is produced by good original material. It is ozone, cold, heat and flex-crack resistant and features an excellent appearance. It has TS16949/ISO2000 certification.
  • Round Cord Rubber Seal Strip The round cord and rectangle rubber is produced from good original material and is available in a wide range of grades and colors. It has TS16949/ISO2000 certification. For the round rubber cord, the diameter is from 1mm to the 80mm.
  • U,E,D,P Section Rubber Seal Strip U, E, D, P section rubber seal strip is produced from good original material and is available in a wide range of grades and colors. Self adhesive backing can be applied to any U, E, D, P section rubber profile, including general adhesive tape and 3M acrylic automotive grade tape, etc.
  • Silicone Rubber Seal Strip When silicone rubber seal strip is manufactured from peroxide and platinum cured polymers, both can meet food quality requirements. It has a hardness range of 35-85 Shore A and temperature resistance of -50 to +260 Degrees Centigrade (up to 300C for short periods).