Universal Window & door gasket seal - also available in Black
CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK - DUE IN APPROXIMATELY 15th JULY
UPVC gaskets that can be used in many door and window situations. Easy to fit and simple to cut.
SOLD BY THE METRE ** A typical door will need 6 metres **
Packing Advice: Due to its foam inners (rather than harder rubber) this gasket is very tricky to pack for postage and despite all our best efforts can become kinked in transit. We have found that once you unwrap and allow the foam inner to expand that the kinks lessen.
The universal gasket is great for doors where the gasket seal has split or worn and a replacement cannot be found. This gasket fits 95% of UPVC doors and windows and can be used to stop draughts and water ingress.
Available in both black and white to suit UPVC front and back doors.
Also good on interlockers on UPVC French doors.
As gasket is custom cut to the individual requirements we cannot accept returns. If you are unsure which gasket you need then please use our gasket sample pack:
Information from the Manufacturer:
Fire rating: Smoke retardant
Special features: Durable and UV resistant polyethylene cladding bonded to resilient urethane foam for an outstanding sealing against air and water filtration
Other information: Recommended Seal Gap3.0 - 5.0mm, Throat 3.0mm
Frequently Asked Questions
You should order per meter and we will cut to length for you. As it is cut to length we cannot accept returns. If you are not sure which gasket you need then maybe try the sample pack first.
Whilst this is a good allrounder we cannot guarantee that it will fit your frame. We recommend purchasing our gasket sample pack to see which gasket fits in your frame the best.
Gasket can deteriorate and shrink over time so unfortunately we can’t identify your gasket this way. We recommend purchasing our gasket sample pack to see which gasket fits in your frame the best.
It is possible that a different gasket may work in your groove. Therefore, we have the sample pack, so you can try them and see what fits.
Generally by pushing bit by bit with your thumbs. With some of the chunkier gaskets such as wedge gaskets it can be done a bit easier with a gasket roller.