Foam Edge Protector U120 100mm-120mm x 2000mm (32 lengths/box)

A very large U profile foam edge protection strip that can be used to protect items up to 120mm thick. Also can be used as foam door frame protection.

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    U120 Foam Edge Protection Strip

    U120 foam edge protection strip is a U profile foam strip that can be used to protect panels and corners up to 120mm thick. It is a blue expanded polyethylene foam that absorbs impact and provides protection from damage. The foam on this product is 20mm thick giving a high degree of impact protection.


    Door Frame Protection

    This product can be used as door frame protection for protecting door frames from damage while construction work is being carried out or when moving house. Its thick 20mm foam protection protects finished door frames from dents and scratches, and will absorb very high impacts without damage. The average door frame will use 2.5 strips of this foam door frame protection and can be used on door frames up to 120mm thick. For thicker door frames up to 150mm thick please discuss with our sales team.

    To protect a door frame from damage with our door frame protection; firstly cut a length for the top of the door frame, making sure it is quite tight, then cut lengths for the sides of the frame making sure you use full strips to ensure the best protection. The side strips will help to keep the top protection strip in place. In most cases the foam door frame protection will grip the frame and won't need fixing in place, but if the protection strips are loose, use a standard masking tape to fix the strips back to the walls.