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Overhead Door Frame Seal Set
- Item # 3HRT7
- Mfr. Model # D620A-10x12
- UNSPSC # 30141501
- Catalog Page # 2682
- Shipping Weight 8.5 lbs.
- ItemOverhead Door Frame Seal Set
- Insert TypeBrush
- Length5 ft. and 6 ft.
- Flange Height7/8"
- Flange Width7/8"
- Flange MaterialAluminum
- Insert Size1"
- Insert MaterialNylon Brush
- Flange Thickness0.062"
- Insert ColorGray
- Stays Flexible to (Deg. F)-70 to 160 Degrees
- For Use With10 x 12 ft. Door
- Includes(2) 5 Ft Length Seals, (4) 6 Ft Length Seals and #6 x 3/4" Stainless Steel Sheet Metal Screws
- StandardsBHMA Certified
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