Polymer solutions for your vehicle
For versatility, trailers have to meet a range of requirements like insulation for freezing or refrigeration, volume, load-bearing and appearance.
Primo is market leader in supplying trailer builders with polymer solutions. We use special high-quality material to meet the demands for all weather conditions
Make your own door sealings
Primo offers you a unique and simple solution that makes it possible for you to cut, trim and weld door sealings in your own workshop. It is easy to operate and gives you the ability to make door sealings as required with zero lead times and with high cost-efficiency.
Five easy steps
The welding unit lets you cut, trim, weld, adjust and fit door sealings in a matter of minutes. There are no costs for special tools, very little operator training and zero risk of delayed or faulty deliveries from your supplier.
If you have standard lengths of Primo door sealings in your own stock, making a new custom-built door sealing takes just minutes.
The sealing profiles from Primo are made from TPV (thermoplastic vulcanite). TPV is fully functional in the temperature range from -40 °C to +100 °C and is available in many different colours. When fitting the door sealings, you can use the specialised Bondafin glue shipped with the profiles – this glue is easy to work with and requires no primer.
Special solutions for special producers
Especially for smaller and medium-sized companies we offer competitive packages, such as hatch sealings including welder for mounting or a cost-effective door sealing programme for refrigerator vans.
Contact us to learn more about these cost-reducing solutions.
Our team of specialists and project managers will assist you from the very beginning of your project to the final delivery. As a leading plastic manufacturer, we support your project with the latest in materials science, production technology, market knowledge and plastic engineering expertise.
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