Schlegel’s range of extruded sealing profiles currently comprises over 120 different seals, and the range is growing. The availability of numerous material types, colour options and packaging solutions offers a wide range of possibilities and opportunities to our customers.
The range of extruded sealing profiles incorporates 4 different brands:
This range consists of different PP, PVC or ABS profiles which can be kerf or surface mounted. In many cases, the added brush pile is available in different heights and colours and may also be combined with fins for enhanced sealing performance.
Typically, this range can be found in sliding doors and windows, but it can also be used in ventilation systems and other industrial applications.
Nova-Seal is a PP / TPE co-extrusion that incorporates a unique closed cell polyurethane foam strip, and which also offers a very high deflection recovery due to the properties of the foam.
Nova-Seal products are available for a range of different frame, sash and glazing applications.
Independent testing repeatedly shows that the flexible Q-Lon polyurethane foam seals offer the highest deflection recovery known to the weather seal industry. By combining this technology with a rigid polypropylene profile, we are able to offer the traditional benefits of the Q-Lon seal with the ease of installation benefits associated with extruded profiles. The range, formerly marketed as MAOF, is suitable for timber windows with 3 mm grooves and comes in different rebate and foam sizes.
The Lozaron seals consist of a range of TPE, foamed TPE, polypropylene or silicone profiles. Each of these materials has specific benefits which can be applied to the fenestration industry, be in for internal applications, external doors or sun protection for example.
For the window industry there are Lozaron TPE extrusions with flexible microcell foam (LF). The Lozaron TPE (LT) extruded profiles without foam have a more universal application and are typically found in French (double) windows and doors for example. The Lozaron silicone (LS) seals are most commonly applied in external entry doors, where their resilience to deformation and temperature is crucial. Lozaron polypropylene (LP) and PVC (LV) extrusions come in many different forms and grades. The versatility of these materials meet the demands of many customers in the fenestration, as well as in the window covering, furniture and automotive industries.