Door Seals & Brush Strips

A brush strip is a straight length of extruded aluminium or plastic, known as a carrier or holder. The plastic or aluminium carrier houses a length of filaments or bristles, usually made from black nylon, in the form of a long brush.

What Does a Brush Strip Do?
Brush strips are attached to the bottom of a door and act as draught excluders to prevent draughts and keep in heat. The brush also prevents dust and debris like leaves and litter from entering the threshold of a building or factory from outside.

Types of Brush Strip
Brush strips are available in different lengths and with different door mounting angles 45°, 90° and 180°. The brushes have different bristle lengths and bristle diameters

Where is a Brush Strip Used?
Brush strips can be used in a wide variety of industrial and domestic applications;

• Bottom of revolving doors
• Roller shutters
• Loading bay doors

• Gates and fences
• Household doors
• Garage doors
• Sheds
• Kennel doors


What are Door Seals and Edging Strips?
A door seal or edging strip is a channel of rubber or plastic that is available with different shaped profiles.

What Do Door Seals and Edging Strips Do?
Both door seals and edging strips are fitted onto the edges of panels, doors and windows and offer protection from exposed sharp metal or glass edges. Sealing strips and edging also act as draught excluders and help keep in heat when used around doors and windows. Edging strips, when used in electrical installations, protect cables and wires from abrasion to the outer insulation when they are passed through frames or grids.

Type of Door Seal and Edging Strips
Door seals and edging strips are available with different profiles including the most popular U, V and P shapes. Edging and seal materials include EPDM rubber, PVC plastic and foam. Seals are also available with a self-adhesive backing for an easy and secure fit. Some edging strip and seal profiles have added support with internal steel wire inserts.

Fixing Methods
Door seals and edging strips are available with different fixing methods
• Self-gripping - push on
• Self-Adhesive backing

Where are Door Seals and Edging Strips Used?
These are suitable for use in a wide range of applications
• Household doors and windows
• Electrical installation
• Shop fitting
• Joiners
• Fabrication
• Workshops
• Factory floors and machinery
• Automotive production lines

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Description Price Product Type Length Width Height Material Colour
RS Stock No. 170-6131
Mfr. Part No.RAYRIM-NR6-0-RS-170-6131
Edge Protector 1.2m 1.8mm 4.75mm Polyolefin Black
RS Stock No. 170-6153
Mfr. Part No.RAYRIM-NR8-0-RS-170-6153
Edge Protector 1.2m 4.3mm 9mm Polyolefin Black
RS Stock No. 170-6147
Mfr. Part No.RAYRIM-NR7-0-RS-170-6147
Edge Protector 1.2m 3.4mm 6mm Polyolefin Black
RS Stock No. 170-6169
Mfr. Part No.RAYRIM-NR9-0-RS-170-6169
Edge Protector 1.2m 6.3mm 15.75mm Polyolefin Black