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Rubber Door Seals

A rubber door seal is a rubber door seal strip or door weatherstripping. It is a strip made of rubber or synthetic material that is attached to doors and windows. It is designed to seal the edges of doors and windows, preventing air, moisture, noise, drafts, and dust infiltration into your home. Rubber door seals are ideal for many industries. Such as automotive, construction, aerospace, marine, railway, industrial machinery, household appliances, etc.

Seashore Rubber is a leading rubber door seal manufacturer. We can supply high-quality rubber seal strip products in different sizes and specifications. If you have any need, please get in touch with us to get a quote.

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Rubber Door Seal Features

  • Superior sealing performance to prevent infiltration of wind, noise, dust, water, etc.
  • Excellent weather resistance to sunlight, ozone, ultraviolet, etc.
  • Highly flexible and versatile to suit various applications
  • Abrasion resistant, anti-aging, and durable
  • Easy to install and remove
  • Provide enhanced aesthetics
  • Door insulation and soundproofing

Common Applications of Rubber Door Strip Seals

Shower Door Rubber Seal Strip: A shower door rubber seal strip is a specific type of rubber seal designed for shower doors. It can prevent water from entering the bathtub or shower area.

Car Door Rubber Seal Strip: A car door rubber seal strip is made of rubber or synthetic materials designed for vehicles. It’s commonly installed around the edges of the car door, trunk, or sunroof.

Sliding Door Rubber Seal Strip: A sliding door rubber seal strip is a type of door rubber seal strip specifically designed for sliding doors. Such as patio or curtain shower doors.

Garage Door Rubber Seal Strip: A garage door rubber seal strip is a flexible door rubber seal strip made of rubber or synthetic materials for garage doors. It's mainly designed to seal the gaps and crevices around the edges of garage doors.

Why Choose Us As Your Rubber Seal Manufacturer And Wholesale Supplier

Advanced Technology

Advanced rubber door seal technology and a highly skilled team allow us to manufacture a wide range of rubber door seals. They can meet different standards and specifications required by customers in different industries.

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Meet Industry Standards

Our rubber door seal strips are manufactured in line with the accredited industry standards to fit a variety of applications and industries.

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Accept Customization

We can supply custom door rubber seal strips based on specific specifications, samples, or drawings. So they can meet the exact requirements of our discerned customers.

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How to Install Weather Stripping Around A Door?

  • Step 1: Choose the right door weatherstripping.
  • Step 2: Measure the door and cut to the desired length required.
  • Step 3: Clean the surface and apply the weatherstripping to the door.
  • Step 4: Test the door and adjust as needed.
  • Step 5: Install the door weatherstripping.
  • Step 6: Regularly check the weatherstripping and replace it if necessary.

Shipping And Logistics of Rubber Door Seals

The shipping and logistics selected vary depending on the weight and dimensions of the goods. Normally we will deliver orders by air service (DHL, UPS, FedEx, or other express designated by customers) and send you a notice before the order is shipped out. Once the goods are shipped, we will let you know the tracking number so that you can track the shipment status every step of the way. After you receive the order, please check the goods first to ensure they are in perfect condition. If the goods are unfortunately damaged or broken, please feel free to contact us.

FAQs

What Types of Door Rubber Seal Strips Do You Supply?

We can offer standard rubber seal strips. Including rubber door seals with adhesive backing, V-shaped door rubber seal strips, door sweeps, foam tapes, and magnetic seals. Each type is designed for specific applications and industries.

How Often Should You Replace Rubber Door Seal Strips?

It all depends on usage and environmental factors. If your rubber door seals have signs of wear and tear, damage, or malfunction, you should replace them every few years.