Flocked rubber typically refers to a type of rubber that has a layer of flocking material applied to its surface. Flocking is a process where tiny fibers are attached to a surface to create a soft, velvet-like texture.
Flocked rubber is commonly used in various applications, including automotive and industrial products, such as seals, gaskets, and liners. The flocking process enhances the rubber's properties, such as improving its durability, and resistance to abrasion.
In the context of a sliding window, a flocked lined rubber sliding window may refer to a type of window where the frame is lined with flocked rubber material to provide a tight seal when the window is closed. The flocking helps to prevent air and water infiltration, making the window more energy-efficient and weather-resistant.