Sliding Door Brush Seals

Door Seals and Weatherstripping for Sliding Doors

Sliding Door Brush Seals
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Memtech Brush door seals and weatherstripping provide an extremely effective way of preventing heat loss, providing non-chemical pest control and dust control around sliding doors.

Sliding doors on barns and metal buildings are notoriously difficult to seal around sides, top & bottom. Brush seal is the only seal that can seal on the uneven surfaces one finds around these types of doors. In over 30 years in business, we have never known one of our brush door seals to wear out. We can seal it with a Memtech brush door seal and you can forget it. The same cannot be said of vinyl door seals; heat, cold and time will completely destroy them.

We will be happy to design and quote you a custom brush seal solution for your sliding doors.


FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW TO REQUEST A QUOTE:

Please provide the following information for SINGLE sliding doors:

1. Quantity of Sliding

(Qty)

 

Door #1

2. Width of the frame of the door(s): (inches)
(inches)

3. Height of the frame door(s):
(inches)

4. Top seal is mounted to the lintel or frame of the door. Usually it is sealed with a straight, angled or reverse angled mounting extrusion:

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight or angled)
  • On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
    (inches)

 

5. Side seal can be mounted to the outside frame or the edge of the door. On the outside what is the gap on the sides between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface? On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
(inches)

 

6. Bottom Seal: What is the greatest gap between the bottom of the door and the threshold surface?
(inches)

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight, angled or reverse angled)

 

If they are DOUBLE sliding doors:

7. If double door, what is the width of the frame?
(inches)

8. Center seal is mounted to the center of each of the doors on the inside or outside. What is the greatest gap between the doors when closed?
(inches)

 

Door #2

2. Width of the frame of the door(s):
(inches)

3. Height of the frame door(s):
(inches)

4. Top seal is mounted to the lintel or frame of the door. Usually it is sealed with a straight, angled or reverse angled mounting extrusion:

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight or angled)
  • On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
    (inches)

 

5. Side seal can be mounted to the outside frame or the edge of the door. On the outside what is the gap on the sides between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface? On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
(inches)

 

6. Bottom Seal: What is the greatest gap between the bottom of the door and the threshold surface?
(inches)

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight, angled or reverse angled)

 

If they are DOUBLE sliding doors:

7. If double door, what is the width of the frame?
(inches)

8. Center seal is mounted to the center of each of the doors on the inside or outside. What is the greatest gap between the doors when closed?
(inches)

 

Door #3

2. Width of the frame of the door(s):
(inches)

3. Height of the frame door(s):
(inches)

4. Top seal is mounted to the lintel or frame of the door. Usually it is sealed with a straight, angled or reverse angled mounting extrusion:

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight or angled)
  • On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
    (inches)

 

5. Side seal can be mounted to the outside frame or the edge of the door. On the outside what is the gap on the sides between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface? On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
(inches)

 

6. Bottom Seal: What is the greatest gap between the bottom of the door and the threshold surface?
(inches)

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight, angled or reverse angled)

 

If they are DOUBLE sliding doors:

7. If double door, what is the width of the frame?
(inches)

8. Center seal is mounted to the center of each of the doors on the inside or outside. What is the greatest gap between the doors when closed?
(inches)

 

Door #4

2. Width of the frame of the door(s):
(inches)

3. Height of the frame door(s):
(inches)

4. Top seal is mounted to the lintel or frame of the door. Usually it is sealed with a straight, angled or reverse angled mounting extrusion:

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight or angled)
  • On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
    (inches)

 

5. Side seal can be mounted to the outside frame or the edge of the door. On the outside what is the gap on the sides between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface? On the inside what is the gap at the top between the frame edge and the door’s farthest surface?
(inches)

 

6. Bottom Seal: What is the greatest gap between the bottom of the door and the threshold surface?
(inches)

  • What angle bracket would work better for your door(s)? (straight, angled or reverse angled)

 

If they are DOUBLE sliding doors:

7. If double door, what is the width of the frame?
(inches)

8. Center seal is mounted to the center of each of the doors on the inside or outside. What is the greatest gap between the doors when closed?
(inches)

 


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