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Trim Seals

Posted August 01, 2020 12:00 AM by Doug Sharpe
Pathfinder Tags: trim seals

Trim seals are rubber gaskets that provide sealing and insulation for doors or hatches with rounded corners. They consist of a compressible rubber bulb and a solid retainer, or trim section, that attaches to an edge or flange. When the door or hatch is closed, the trim seal’s bulb compresses. When the door or hatch is open, the bulb returns to its original size and shape.

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