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Rubber Window Seal

A rubber window seal is also known as a window seal, window rubber seal strip, or window weatherstripping. It is a flexible, durable rubber material from EPDM, TPE, and silicone. It can be installed around the edges, gaps, or spaces between the window and the frame for a tight seal. This prevents water, debris, and cold air from entering the interior of a house or vehicle to keep the temperature balanced all year round.

As a reliable window seal manufacturer and supplier, Seashore Rubber can offer a broad range of rubber window seals. We have various shapes and sizes to suit different types of windows. We can also offer custom window seal service according to the specifications and requirements of our customers. Our window rubber seals have the following key features and properties. This makes them a perfect choice for our global customers.

  • Watertight, airtight, and weatherproof
  • Excellent insulation and sealing properties
  • Highly flexible and durable
  • Exceptional resistance to weathering, UV light, and ozone

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Benefits of Window Seal Strips

  • Provide a tight seal to keep the interior space clean, warm, and comfortable.
  • Reduce noise pollution and enhance comfortableness.
  • Increase efficiency and reduce energy costs.
  • Expand the service life of windows.

Rubber Window Seal Applications

The rubber window seal is ideal for most applications. It can make window seals for residential and commercial buildings, vehicle seals, car window seals, glass window rubber seals, panel seals, train seals, and airplane seals. It is specifically designed as the weather seal on cars, boats, trucks, caravans, etc.

Window Gasket And Seal Materials

The most common types of rubber that can be used to produce window seals are silicone, EPDM (ethylene propylene), and TPE (thermoplastic elastomers). Each type of rubber has suitable properties to fit the application.

  • EPDM Rubber: EPDM is a flexible rubber material with exceptional weathering properties. It is designed to manufacture claytonite glazing seals, car seals, and sliding door windows.
  • Silicone Rubber: Silicone rubber is a robust rubber with a superior temperature range to EPDM and TPE. It is typically used to seal windows in the manufacturing industry.
  • Rubber TPE: TPE is highly versatile in making claytonite and U-channel seals. It also has exceptional weathering resistance. So it is ideal for harsh environmental conditions and applications.

Why Choose Us As Your Window Seal Manufacturer?

  • Advanced Technology: Our factory uses cutting-edge manufacturing technology. We can ensure that all rubber window seals are manufactured per industry standards and meet customer satisfaction.
  • Custom Service: We can customize different types of window seals according to customer requirements and specifications.
  • Exceptional Manufacturing Capabilities: We have been in the industry of rubber window seals for more than 10 years. This allows us to know more about the market trend. We can manufacture high-quality window weatherstripping products that satisfy customers’ needs. In the end, we offer the best window rubber seals for customers across the globe.

How to Install Rubber Window Seals

  1. Step 1: Remove your old window seals from the window frame.
  2. Step 2: Clean out the window frame with a clean cloth to remove any debris or adhesive residue from the frame.
  3. Step 3: Measure the size of the window frame and cut the window seal to the desired length.
  4. Step 4: Apply a small amount of adhesive to the back of the window seal that will be mounted.
  5. Step 5: Install the rubber window seal firmly onto the window frame.
  6. Step 6: Adjust the window seal if necessary to ensure a tight seal.


A window gasket is also called a window seal, window seal strip, or window sealing strip. It is a seal that is mounted onto the edges or gaps between the window and the frame. It can prevent water, debris, and cold air from infiltrating your interior space.

The most frequently used window sealing strips include bubble gasket, E gasket, wedge gasket, and flipper gasket.