Peugeot 1007 uses window seals made of styrenic TPE

By Liz White, ERJ staff
In what is claimed to be a first for a French car maker, a styrenic TPE is being used by PSA Peugeot Citröen for the doors of its Sésame model-as window belt lines and glass-run channels. The Sésame, or 1007-a replacement for the car maker’s small model, the Peugeot 106-has the novel feature of sliding doors, opened by remote control, hence the Sésame tag.

CTS, which makes the TPE used for the window seals, Tefabloc, claims its use gives numerous advantages,…

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