Weatherstrips and glass runs on door and window frames serve to keep out rain, wind and noise, while enabling for smooth opening and closing of doors and windows. We manufacture these parts in an integrated process - from materials development to forming - that assures top quality.
Whether it's in door-closing sound analysis, using weight reducing material composition technologies or incorporating recycling principles, we are continuously improving our products' functionality.
We combine excellence in design and production technology to offer customers state-of-the-art weatherstrip products.
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Door Glass Runs
Door glass runs are affixed via the frame to the sliding portion of the window glass. They are composed mainly of EPDM rubber and thermoplastic olefin (TPO), serving to protect the glass and ensure the smooth operation of windows.
These weatherstrips are affixed in the door opening via the frame or clips, and serve to protect the vehicle cabin from the elements. They also absorb impact when the door is opened and closed and help keep the vehicle cabin quiet.
These are rubber products affixed to the body side of the trunk, protecting the trunk interior from the elements. They also absorb impact when the trunk is opened and closed and prevent backlash and rattle.
These are rubber products affixed to the vehicle body, which serve to protect the vehicle cabin from the elements. They are matched by material and color to vehicle interior color variations.