Plastic Flat Strip

Flat Strips, Flat Bars, Flat Edging

These profiles have a wide range of uses, such as infill, spacers, covers, fascia, furniture edging, buffer bars, packing strips and many others.

TP Extrusions carry some stock in rigid pvc, and hold tooling for many other sizes that can be run in rigid pvc (upvc), flexible pvc, as well as ABS, Styrene and Polypropylene - use the links below for details.

Tooling for flat strip and flat edging is relatively simple and easy to make, making it straightforward to produce new sections with a quick lead time. Please contact us with any Plastic Flat Strip enquiries, or for more details of listed products.

Flat Strip with square corners

We have a massive range of sizes available from 3mm to 50mm, with different thicknesses from 1mm to 8mm. Corners are square (90 degree) and the bars themselves are easy to machine and drill. For details of Square Corner Flat Plastic Strips click here.


Other Flat Strips and Edgings

Flat strips with rounded top corners or all rounded corners in a range of sizes, suitable for edging and use as cover inserts. Lipped edging in two styles that can be glued or screwed for a protective finish on furniture and vulnerable surfaces. For details of Rounded and Lipped Flat Plastic Strips click here.


Cut and Machined Strips

We supply strips cut from sheets. Huge choice of materials and colours. The strips can also be profiled / machined if required. For details of Cut and Machined Strips click here.

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