Commercial - 25' X 1/2" Compression Gasket

  • Price: $27.06/25FT
  • Shipping Info: Stock item, same day shipping M-F
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Product Details

 

  • 25 foot roll
  • Non-magnetic
  • Screws, glues or staples to the door


  • Height: 1/2”
  • Length: 25’
  • Width: 13/16”
  • FitsBrand: Commercial
  • Mount Type: Screw-in
  • Seal Type: Compression
  • Magnet Width: No Magnet

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Commercial25' X 1/2" Compression Gasket
 
4.0

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4.0

It does the job

By Multilink

from Leesburg, VA

Pros

  • High Quality

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    Best Uses

      Comments about Commercial 25' X 1/2" Compression Gasket:

      This gasket is exactly as advertised. It is made from PVC which is good and maybe bad. First the bad, it is not subtle like a urethane and so I am not sure how it will wear, time will tell. I am using this on a Kool Room Door. Now the good... since it is PVC , I can cut this gasket precisely and glue the mitered corners with standard PVC pipe cement so I can create a custom rectangular door gasket that is effectively one piece and fits my door like the proverbial glove. If this gasket wears well, and I can get a few years of use this will be an excellent choice and a super value for the price.

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      You have a wide range of products, a wonderful website and reasonable prices. I can find just about everything I need at eTundra with complete product information to help me choose exactly what I need . I consider eTundra a valuable resource- Thanks

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      • Q:

        How is the gasket attached?
        Asked on 4/28/2012 by Ed from MIchigan

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        • A:

          Push in refrigeration door gaskets

          Removal – Remove the old gasket by grabbing a corner and pulling!

          Installation – Push in gaskets may require vinyl cement (below). To install the new gasket brush some vinyl cement into the channel and press the gasket into the channel.

          Note: Make sure the hinge side of the gasket does not roll under when you close the door. If it does, push it into position and you may have to tape the door closed to get the gasket to seat itself. You may also use a hair dryer to heat the gasket as this will help the gasket seat. (Make sure you don’t melt the gasket!)

          Screw in door gaskets

          Removal – Simply remove screws.

          http://blog.etundra.com/food-safety/refrigeration-door-gaskets/
          https://www.etundra.com/restaurant-parts/tools/tape-sealers/commercial-vinyl-cement/

          Answered on 4/30/2012 by Molly from Boulder, CO
      • Q:

        What is the pliability of the material for this gasket? Soft like an inner tube or firmer like a bicycle tire?
        Asked on 9/14/2011 by FotoDMick from Cincinnati OH

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        • A:

          This material is stiffer than an inner tube but not as hard as a tire. It must be straightened by twisting to maintains its shape. It will become more subtle as it warms like any plastic.

          Answered on 2/29/2012 by multilink from leesburg, va
        • A:

          This gasket is firmer like a bicycle tire.

          Answered on 9/15/2011 by Molly from Boulder, CO
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