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Please find this product at http://absupply.net/searchfast.aspx?videoid=1VFqbI1C8LE This video is to bring you a closer look at the National Guard C607A clear anodized aluminum perimeter gasketing or door sweep with a nylon brush insert. Very very typical common sort of bristle gasketing. Most commonly seen as a door sweep or an astragal as well. You know using it as perimeter gasketing, sure, of course you certainly could. I see it as a sweep or as an astragal more often. Available in the clear anodized aluminum finish as seen here along with a dark bronze. The clear is gonna feature a gray bristle; the dark bronze would feature a black bristle, of course. There is an image below this video showing everything important dimensionally about the item, and let’s go over that now. You can see that the height of the extrusion is 3/4″ and then you’ve got 9/16″ projection of bristle, that all makes sense. So 3/4″, 9/16″, what 1-5/16″ overall height, yep, looks like that’s what it is. A projection of this item is gonna be probably about 1/4″, yeah a little heavy, maybe 5/16″. Is going to include screws in a complimentary finish. They look to be about a 6 x 1″, something in that range. This is a nice quality item. The bristle feels very dense, very durable, because it’s shorter it’s going to feel a little stiffer than otherwise, but certainly something that you’re going to see very commonly installed on aluminum store front doors, down at the bottom as door sweeps. You’ll see it installed on steel doors as astragals, very commonly. If you have need for a custom length, by all means let us know by ordering the next longest piece or pieces and indicating in the comment field what length you’d like for us to cut the material back to. The reasoning is if you had to take this 3′ piece and cut it back down to say 34″ or 32″, you’d eliminate that slotted hole and that slotted hole is nice to have there because it allows you to compensate laterally for a condition of a sill, or a door not being level or plumb. Also it helps compensate for when you’re drilling the drill bit in the steel, wood, aluminum, or fiberglass, and the drill bit has the tendency to walk a little bit if you’ve not used a center punch. So that slotted hole will help allow for that small amount of adjustment. So if you order a custom length we’ll not only locate the slotted hole at the proper distance from the edge but the proper center to center as well, reducing the amount of work that you’d have to do overall. National Guard is a full line manufacturer of all things weather stripping related, not only the extremely common things like a bristle door sweep or gasketing or astragal, but your thresholds, material made of aluminum base like this, stainless steel base material, architectural bronze base material, they also have a full line of steel vision frames used in wood and metal doors, and is a very very nice knowledgeable, professional company to be a distributor for. Very knowledgeable people, and they’re really leaders in the commercial weather stripping world. Any questions on the National Guard C607A perimeter seal or astragal or door sweep, or any other National Guard product, please feel free to reach out to us.
By Zoe 2016-9-27 16:17
High Quality, High Efficiency, Creative and Integrity, worth having long-term cooperation! Looking forward to the future cooperation!
By Fernando 2015-11-26 13:28