A weatherstrip is a car door seal strip made from elastic materials that come from natural or synthetic sources. Natural rubber is derived from the exudations of specific tropical plants, while synthetic rubber is derived from petroleum and natural gas. The rubber’s elasticity, toughness, and resilience make it an essential component of tires for cars, aircraft, and bicycle wheels.



Resilience: The Auto Weather Strips rubbers can withstand repeated compression without losing its shape or effectiveness, making it a reliable choice for sealing applications.

Elasticity: The rubber can stretch and return to its original shape, making it ideal for weatherstripping applications requiring flexibility and resilience.

Toughness: The Auto Weather Strips rubbers is resistant to abrasion, tearing, and other types of damage, making it durable enough for use in high-stress environments like automotive and aircraft applications.

Weather resistance: The rubber can withstand exposure to heat, cold, and moisture without degrading, making it ideal for use in weatherstripping applications where it will be exposed to the elements.

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