Family Type

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Show 02 Accordian Seal
    Flexible bellows enable this seal to clip easily onto two pieces of metal. Excellent for use in compartments such as engines, where a division between two areas is desired. Seals out air, dirt and dust. All accordian seals are foam, making them firm yet flexible.
Show 04 Bulb Seal
    The round shape of this seal offers excellent recovery from compression force. Works well as a closure seal. Soft to medium compressibility and very flexible.
Show 06 Bumper
    Used as a protective bumper against impact. Can be glued or mechanically fastened and can withstand high weathering forces. Excellent choice for marine fenders and dock bumpers. High tear strength.
Show 08 C-channel
    Typically encases metal strapping, used to hold tanks or pipes, to eliminate metal-to-metal contact.
Show 11 Door seal
    The round shape of this seal offers excellent recovery from compression force. Works well as a closure seal. Soft to medium compressibility and very flexible.
Show 12 D-strip
    The shape of this seal withstands a medium to firm compression force. Offers excellent recovery even after being held in a compression over time. Used in dynamic applications where a repeated opening and closing, or a constant movement between two structures is present.
Show 14 E-strip
    The shape of this seal withstands a medium to firm compression force. Offers excellent recovery even after being held in a compression over time. Used in dynamic applications where a repeated opening and closing, or a constant movement between two structures is present. Unique channel fastens it into place.
Show 16 Glazing seal
    This seal is used in windows to either hold the glass in place, or the window frame to the body of the vehicle. Used in transport equipment on portholes of meter boxes, and on sliding gates. Offered in-line, or off-line for security.
Show 17 J-seal
    Typically used as a door seal, it bends well in small radius corners. Very flexible, the lip seal requires a low compression force and has excellent recovery.
Show 18 Lip Seal
    Typically used as a door seal, it bends well in small radius corners. Very flexible, the lip seal requires a low compression force and has excellent recovery.
Show 19 Magnetic Strip
    This fridge door seal comes in a variety of retainer shapes that encapsulate the magnetic strip. Used in kitchen equipment such as refrigerators, cabinets and freezers.
Show 20 P-strip
    One of our most popular seals. It is easily attached mechanically, and comes in many different sizes. Compression strength from soft to firm, depending on the thickness of the wall of the tube. Very good recovery.
  21 Quad Cord
Show 24 Square Cord
    This square setting block is usually used as a spacer between two surfaces.
Show 26 Strips (rectangular)
    This rectangular setting block is usually used as a spacer between two surfaces.
Show 28 Bulb Trim Seal
    Dual durometer seal. Retainer is easily pressed over a metal flange and comes in wire and fabric or metal stamping. Flexibility depends on retainer material. Bulb portion is foam, and can have an extended lip. This versatile and popular form of seal can be found on all types of metal cabinets, doors, control boxes and outdoor construction equipment. Work well in any situation where there is a low to medium compression force. Keeps out the weather.
Show 30 Tubing
    Used as a seal under a low compression force, as it is soft and bends well. Can also be made into a tube ring, where the air trapped inside acts as a shock absorber to aid in recovery.
Show 32 U-channel
    Used in finishing as an edge protector. Square shape used on a straight edge. Crown shape is more flexible.
Show 35 Self Locking Channel
    This seal is used in windows to either hold the glass in place, or the window frame to the body of the vehicle. Used in transport equipment on portholes of meter boxes, and on sliding gates. Offered in-line, or off-line for security.
Show 36 Locking Channel
    This seal is used in windows to either hold the glass in place, or the window frame to the body of the vehicle. Used in transport equipment on portholes of meter boxes, and on sliding gates. Offered in-line, or off-line for security.
Show 38 Zipper Strip (for Locking Channel)
    This seal is used in windows to either hold the glass in place, or the window frame to the body of the vehicle. Used in transport equipment on portholes of meter boxes, and on sliding gates. Offered in-line, or off-line for security.