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Bumpers

Rubber Bumpers
Adhesive-Back Bumpers
Press these bumpers into place with the adhesive backing. Use them as feet and spacers on instruments and small appliances to limit sliding, vibration, and noise. They're comparable to Bumpon bumpers. Bumpers with a soft rating offer cushioning. Bumpers with a medium and medium-soft rating offer a balance of cushioning and impact resistance. The softer the bumper, the more it cushions. Bumpers with a medium-hard rating withstand higher levels of impact than softer bumpers. Polyurethane bumpers have good abrasion resistance. They're also nonmarking. Bumpers with nonslip coating provide added gripping capabilities to keep objects from sliding. Plastic bumpers are chemical resistant and won't dry out and become brittle when exposed to UV rays. They're also nonmarking. They are not for use outdoors. Cork bumpers protect surfaces from scratches and scrapes. They are nonmarking and can be used outdoors. Cork rubber bumpers are more abrasion resistant than cork bumpers. They protect surfaces from scratches and scrapes. They are not for use outdoors. Felt bumpers protect surfaces from scuffs. They are not for use outdoors. Polyethylene foam bumpers cushion during impact and are nonmarking. They are not for use outdoors. Silicone foam bumpers cushion during impact and withstand a wider range of temperatures than other bumpers. They are nonmarking and can be used outdoors.
Push-In Bumpers
Push the stem into a hole for quick installation. These bumpers are commonly used as feet on instruments and bench-top equipment to keep them from sliding. They're also good as spacers between sheets of material. Also known as stem and grommet bumpers. Bumpers with a hard and medium-hard rating withstand high levels of impact. The harder the bumper, the more impact it withstands. Bumpers with a medium hardness rating offer a balance of cushioning and impact resistance. SBR bumpers have good abrasion resistance. They are not for use outdoors. Buna-N bumpers withstand a wide range of temperatures and resist abrasion, oil, and grease. They are not for use outdoors. EPDM bumpers are UV and ozone resistant. They can be used outdoors. Silicone bumpers withstand a wider range of temperatures. They are nonmarking and can be used outdoors. Plastic bumpers are chemical resistant and won't dry out and become brittle when exposed to UV rays. They are nonmarking and can be used outdoors.
Screw On Bumpers
Dock Bumpers
These bumpers are weather resistant, abrasion resistant, and fiber-reinforced for more impact resistance than vehicle-mount bumpers. They absorb shock and prevent damage to docks and vehicles. Reinforced mounting holes have a steel washer above the mounting hole for added strength.
Snap-In Bumpers
Misc. Bumpers
Bumpers are used to protect a surface against abrasion and impacts.