Many building projects use folding or sliding doors to provide wonderful wide openings but when the doors are closed shut, how do you make the doors airtight to stop the passage of wind, rain, vermin, heat, cold, airborne dust and other unwanted elements?
Building airtightness can be always improved using seals manufactured by Door Seals of Australia and for these types of doors, a range of different seal options can be used to seal the many air leakage points around the doors.
This popular combination of door seals is often specified for multiple sliding door sets and has been tested to achieve a 33Rw rating using 40mm thick timber doors. Other door seal combinations have also been used successfully in high wind areas having been NATA tested for water penetration resistance pressure up to 2000Pa
For further information, Door Seals of Australia provides a door and window sealing advisory service with a wide range of seal solutions to suit hinged, pivoting, sliding, bi-parting and folding doors and windows. Visit www.doorseals.com.au, or email, or call 07-3856-6660