Posted on 3/11/2016
We have a long history of manufacturing an extensive range of woven brush pile seals and extruded sealing profiles with brush pile for application in the fenestration industry, window covering business, interior design and other areas. Pile fibres move independently and are flexible, they seal perfectly against moving elements and also uneven surfaces.
Early in the previous century, pile weather strips were developed for use in revolving doors. The first types were made from wool with a cotton backing (so-called wool pile). In recent years, demands regarding draught proofing and durability in the building industry have increased, and the products developed accordingly.
All Schlegel brush pile seals are now made from polypropylene (PP) and come with numerous options:
- Available in many different widths and heights
- Reinforced woven backing, extruded base for optimal ease of insertion or carrier profile
- With optional adhesive backing based on hot-melt (HM) glue technology
- PP yarn treated with silicone to resist water, mould and mildew
- Different densities depending on seal type, width and mounting distance
- Standard soft multifilament yarn in many different colours
- Untreated monofilament yarn for increased stiffness
- Heat set for recovery after compression
- UV stable and chemically inert
- Excellent resistance to abrasion and static build-up and low friction for improved sliding performance
- Optional central or lateral fins for additional draught proofing
Our products are manufactured to meet the requirements of our many international customers in different industries. We use a Quality Management System registered and certified to norm ISO 9001:2008 and an Environmental Management System to ISO 14001:2004. Backed by our 10 year guarantee, original SCHLEGEL sealing products are always a safe choice.
We invite you to browse through our range in this brochure or on our website, where you can use our product filter to find the right draught excluder for you.Please contactus for any further information or specific requirements.
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