S1568

$336.95$625.95

Height: 7/64″
Width: 19/32″
Colors available: black
Material: TPE
Minimum order quantity: 7,500 ft.
Estimated lead time: 5 weeks or less

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Description

The S1568 Ribbed Profile Rubber Seal has a height of 7/64” (2.7mm) and a width of 19/32” (15mm). This Rubber Seal is ideal for doors and windows, providing sealing, shock absorption and cushioning.

The S1568 is made of TPE and is available in black.

You can order our Ribbed Profile Rubber Seals with a simple transfer tape adhesive or a 3M Heat Activated Tape System (recommended). This system does not require heat by end user. The heat is applied at the factory to attach the tape to the seal, granting a strong bond between them.

This is a made to order product and has a minimum order quantity of 7,500 ft. The estimated lead time is 5 weeks or less. Contact us for more information.

Applications include:

• Doors
• Windows
• Cabinets
• Tool Boxes for Trucks
• Sunroofs
• Skylights

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Color

Black

Size

500' (152.4m)

Adhesive

Heat Activated Tape System, Transfer Tape

Installation Instructions

Tools needed: isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol), clean cloth, scissors or utility knife.

1- The plastic extrusion surface temperature and the installation surface area should be at least 75°F (24°C) for best results.

2- The installation area must be free of all dust, dirt, oils and moisture. Use a clean cloth soaked with isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) to clean surface area and allow to dry.

3- Peel back release liner on tape 1 to 2 feet (.31 to .61 metres) at a time. This will prevent the adhesive from contacting and picking up any foreign material. Avoid touching tape surface area.

4- Place extrusion firmly in the desired area. Do not stretch extrusion.

5- After installation is complete, apply a firm, uniform pressure along the complete length of the extrusion to ensure a good tape bond.

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