Seals are an obligatory element in every shower enclosure. Water does not spill out through the gaps because of the seals, and the bathroom floor remains dry. The offer includes three types of shower seals: straight, for rectangular and square cabins; half-round or curved, for rounded cabins, and magnetic, designed to seal the cabin door. Steigner shower seals are popular replacements for worn original parts. The wide range of shapes and lengths of the models makes them suitable for every enclosure available on the market.
Steigner range includes several dozen seals available in three types. Straight seals are ideal for sealing rectangular or square cabins. They retain their shape, so they can not be bent in any way.
Semicircular/curved/semi-round seals are already appropriately contoured and adapted to the angle of the shower enclosure.
Magnetic seals are made especially for cabin doors. These universally applied seals are equipped with a magnet with a force of 24N/cm, which allows the door to close properly. The strength of the magnets is sufficient for easy opening.
Shower seals are 100% watertight because of a PVC makeup. It is a strong and durable plastic that does not react with moisture or cleaning agents. It is resistant to mold, fungi, UV rays and moisture.
Installation of a seal is necessary for a proper function of a shower enclosure. Their lack can lead to permanent damage to the shower and the entire bathroom due to mildew.
Shower seals must be checked regularly. Seals used for many years need to be inspected, if they are very used up, then they should be replaced with new ones.
Round cabins and shower doors require a correct profile seal. The wide range of Steigner shower seals guarantees the availability of products in every sought shape. The curved seals have a 90° bend, which perfectly adapts to the doors mold and protects the cabin for many years. Proper installation ensures long-term use of seals.
The following graphic contains instructions on how to determine the radius of the shower enclosure. This knowledge will help you determine the required seal’s length. Another way to find that out is to measure the old element. Do you have any questions? Contact us!
When choosing a seal for shower enclosure, remember about the place of installation and the appropriate shape. For example, by selecting the bottom seal for a shower door, the wing (drip tray) should secure the gap.