Automotive weatherstrips are exactly what they say – molded rubber or sponge seals which keep the elements from entering vehicle interiors.

At Canada Rubber Group Inc. (CRGI), we have over 25 years’ experience in supplying automotive weatherstripping solutions to the world’s automakers and their supply chains. We can supply both static and dynamic sealing solutions. Static seals are used where there is no movement occurring between the two surfaces being sealed. Dynamic seals, in contrast, are used where motion occurs, such as between a vehicle window and the door frame.

CRGI Automotive Weatherstrips: Solutions

Automotive weatherstrip solutions we can supply include the following:

CRGI can supply automotive weatherstrips produced from a variety of rubbers and sponges. Compounds that CRGI often uses for the provision of automotive weatherstrips include the following:

CRGI can also co-extrude materials such as solid and foam EPDM to produce parts which combine structural strength with flexibility. In addition, we can supply parts complete with plastic clips and/or double-sided adhesive.

CRGI has supplied a variety of automotive weatherstrips that meet ASTM D2000 line call-outs, as well as the material specifications of major automakers, including General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Nissan, Mazda, BMW, Honda, Toyota, and Volvo. We are also servicing parts required under the new GM T1XX platform. To see the full range of automotive rubber parts which CRGI can supply, please visit our Automotive & OEM Solutions page. For more information about our automotive rubber parts, or to request a quote, please contact our sales department at crg@canadarubbergroup.com.

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