Astragals and Meeting Stile seals are used to seal the clearance gap between a pair of doors. The astragal is installed vertically on the face of either side of a pair of doors. Astragals can be made of molded rubber and or nylon. Astragals can used on all types of interior or exterior doors.
Door bottom sweeps are surface applied to the bottom face of a door. They are commonly used on the exterior of outswing doors. Door sweeps/channels help with keeping out the cold, heat, wind, insects, and rodents. Door sweep channels are available in several styles with materials based on your application. The inserts for door sweeps allow customers to select from vinyl, neoprene, nylon brush and pile depending on the application.
Saddle thresholds are symmetrical shapes designed to span a given area, usually under a door. Pemko Extruded Aluminum thresholds are manufactured of tempered aluminum, 6063-T6.
Half Saddle/Offset Saddle thresholds are commonly used to meet with an irregular floor surface. These shapes are often used when a threshold is required to meet with tile or carpet on one side.
Latching Panic thresholds are designed to work in conjunction with surface applied vertical rod exit devices. They are also used to provide a door stop and seal at the bottom of the door.
Stop Strips are often applied to saddle thresholds or floor plates. They are used to provide a door stop and seal at the bottom of the door. Stop strips can also be used to create a custom panic threshold for use with an exit rod device.
Elevator shapes are designed to raise the height of a saddle threshold. Elevators can also be used to make a custom threshold for a special offset condition.
Ramp thresholds are often used to transition offset floor conditions. These shapes are designed to meet the requirements for accessibility.
Can be used as weatherstrip/rain drips for tops of doors. Rain drip guards are mounted above the door. They prevent water from running over the Edges/Tops of doors
Perimeter gasketing, unless otherwise specified, is designed for openings with 1/16" gaps; however, each weatherstrip can seal gaps up to the depth of its seal.
Slide-In Weatherstripping is the process of sealing openings such as doors, windows, and trunks from the elements. The goal of weather-stripping is to prevent rain, water, dust, insects from entering by either blocking it outright or by blocking most of it and returning or rerouting it. A secondary goal of weatherstripping is to keep interior air in, thus saving energy with heating and air conditioning.