Schlegel has a long history of innovation in response to our customers' needs. In the 1880s we produced "surrey fringe" for horse drawn buggies. When the automobile replaced the buggy, Schlegel supplied high quality woven interior trim for car manufacturers. During the Second World War production was switched to critical defence work.
Today our product range now includes pile weatherstripping and plastic profiles, begun in the 1940s for the building industry. A continuous molded urethane process for foam weatherstripping was added in the 1960s. Reliability, flexibility, and versatility characterise the variety of products available from Schlegel for the transportation industry. We use our textile, plastics and foam technologies to weave, form and manufacture a wide variety of components.
Other innovations by Schlegel include:
Most Importantly, Schlegel is a true partner to our customers, leveraging innovation, technology and service to deliver top-quality solutions, on time, at the best price.
19-21 September 2018, Sheraton Grand Mirage, Port Douglas, Queensland.
EN 12365:2003 is the European standard with a detailed description of performance requirements of seals for doors, windows, shutters and facades. Seals control the passage of air, water, and noise and define the thermal transmittance between fixed and openable components of doors and windows.
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