Although seals primarily have to fulfill technical requirements, they are not only a constructive component of an automobile. Therefore, Toyoda Gosei Meteor products also perfectly match the aesthetic appearance in their external appearance.
A distinction is made in modern sealing systems between statically and dynamically loaded systems. Each of these systems has to fulfill different requirements, which require the use of appropriate materials, sealing profiles, surface coatings, fastening systems and assembly techniques.
Static loaded sealings are those sealing systems used in the area of fixed, non-moving parts, such as:
- Fixed side window seal
- Joint seal
- Seals in the area of rain- or roof strips
Sealing systems between movable body parts, which are thus repeatedly moved and compressed or relieved when opening and closing doors, windows and convertible tops as well as sunroofs, are referred to as dynamically loaded seals.
- Engine compartment sealing system
- Door sealing systems in sedans, coupes, SUVs and convertibles
- Window guide seals
- Mirror triangles
- Door gap seal
- Decklit/Rear door
- Convertible systems
Convertible roof seal
Combined with special surface coating (flock) according to customer specification
Roof frame sealing (A-Pillar – C-Pillar)
Strech-bent sealing with 2K gating in the area of C-Pillar
Window guide seal for SUV
Combined profile-molding solution flocked in functional area. Optionally equipped with trim.
Door seal for sedan
Seal with complex PP-TPE profile with retracted EPDM profile
Door seal for convertible
Complex EPDM mold-part with plastic (PA)
Inserts with integrated brass socket an additionally fastened adjusting-nut, Toyoda Gosei Meteor patented
Lower door seal for sedan
TPE/PP 2K Injection molded part
Roof frame sealing for Coupe
Complex mold-part-solution with special slip coat according to customer specification
Roof frame sealing for convertible, EPDM roof frame outer and inner
With aluminum insert stacked on each other and then strech bent