Our Standard Edging Strip, also known as Flexible Edging Strip and PVC Edging Strip is used across many industries to finish and protect panel edges. Very flexible, the Edging Strip is easily cut and conforms to irregular shapes. This product is made from PVC and comes in Black as standard.
We offer a standard stock range available for next-day delivery and can also assist with any custom enquiries that you have relating to this product. If you cannot find the part you are looking for, or need any help selecting the correct size, please call our Sales Team now on 01634 686504 and we will be happy to assist.
A simple way to finish sharp / exposed panel edges, offering a neat and safe edge. Supplied on Rolls or Coils in standard lengths of 10-50 Metres, we also offer pre-cut lengths if you have a regular application. Can be easily cut on site to produce bespoke grommets.
Benefits of using Standard Edging Strip
- Offers neat and safe finish to panel edges
- Highly Flexible so will confirm to irregular shapes and tight corners
- Easy to cut and pushed on by hand
- Supplied in coils for easy storage
Sinclair & Rush offers
- Free samples of all Edging Strip (150mm Length)
- Great discounts for larger orders
- Single and Cut-Down Rolls available from stock
- Free technical advce from our UK based experts
I would strongly recommend S&R to anyone looking for someone to manufacture plastic parts, from both a development and service prospective.
The staff at Sinclair & Rush are warm, friendly and very helpful. They maintain a reliable service, delivering good quality products whilst offering competitive market prices.
Jenny, Professional Buyer
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