A flocked rubber profile is a type of rubber extrusion that has a layer of flocking material applied to its surface. The flocking process involves applying short fibers, such as nylon or polyester, to the surface of the rubber using an electrostatic charge. The fibers are then adhered to the rubber surface with an adhesive, creating a soft and fuzzy texture.
Flocked rubber profiles are often used in applications where a soft, cushioned seal is required. They are commonly used in automotive weatherstripping, such as door seals and trunk seals, as well as in windows, sliding doors, and other sealing applications.The flocking process can be customized to achieve specific colors, densities, and textures, making flocked rubber profiles highly versatile and adaptable to a wide range of applications. They can also be engineered to meet specific performance requirements, such as resistance to weather, chemicals, or temperature extremes.