Push-In Bulb Seals with Fins

Push-in bulb seals with fins are used by door and window manufacturers for specialty applications. The consist of a bulb that compresses to provide the sealing action and a fin that prevent the ingress of water. The bulb is part of a P-shaped feature where the tail of the P supports push-in installation.

Glazing Seals for Commercial and Storefront Doors and Windows

Vip Rubber and Plastic of La Habra, California (USA) makes push-in bulb seals with fins for manufacturers of commercial doors and windows. We do not keep items in stock for consumer sale and minimum order quantities apply. Lead times may vary. If you are a door or window manufacturer, we invite you to contact us to discuss your sealing application.

Santoprene Push-In Bulb Seals vs. Flex PVC Push-In Bulb Seals

Santoprene, a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE), is often used with plastic bulb seals because it has excellent compression set. Flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC), or Flex PVC, can be used instead, but this polymer could over-compress and fail to provide a proper seal. Talk to Vip about your specific requirements.

Dual Durometer Push-In Bulb Seals

Dual durometer push-in bulb seals are co-extruded from the same material (such as PVC) in two different hardnesses, or durometers, as measured on the Shore A scale. Plastic extrusion is a manufacturing process that forces material through a die and creates a product with a unified structure.

Styles and Types of Plastic Bulb Seals

There are many different types of plastic bulb seals,

Vip can also help you to select the product that is best-suited for your application. On our website, you’ll find these products and many other types of plastic extrusion profiles.