Weatherstripping and sealing

Weatherstripping is a roll or strip of flexible material that is placed on windows and doors to cover any gaps when they are closed, and to provide a hermetic seal.

Weatherstripping can vary in width and length, depending on the needs of each customer. You can also choose from several different types of adhesives, to always guarantee optimum adhesion.

All our weatherstripping is made to order. The length of the rolls may vary depending on the thickness chosen.

The minimum manufacture width for each of our materials is 5mm.

We recommend checking the measurements in advance, to find the best solution for your needs.

We use the following materials for producing our weatherstripping:

  • EPDM Rubber
  • Acrylgen
  • Polyethylene
  • Polyurethane
  • PVC

Introducing the new Acrylgen Weatherstripping Range. The composition of Acrylgen causes the cells in the foam to close, achieving a watertight product, depending on the degree of compression to which it is subjected.

Acrylgen is specially designed for sealing applications in window frames, glass enclosures and expansion joints in concrete. Assembly of construction elements such as curtain walls, lightweight façades, gutters and ridges. Watertight system in windows and enclosures. Filling of surface irregularities in assembly joints.

Related Materials

Closed Cell Rubber
MD Polietileno PE Reticulado
Crosslinked PE
MD Polieter
PUR Ether-Polyether
pvc 1
espuma impregnada 2
Impregnated Foam