Our bumpers are made in various shapes and sizes and our standard colours are clear and black, but we also offer our rubber bumpers in white, brown and grey. All of our bumpers are anti-skid and will not mar, scratch, or stain any surface.
- 100% molded polyurethane
- Easy peel-off application, non-staining, non-skidding, and non-marring
- Superior abrasion resistance, vibration and shock dampening
- Superb coefficient of friction and resistance to skidding
- Crack-resistant and resilient
- UL Recognized Components, RoHS and WEEE Compliant
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Cone shaped rubber spacers have a rounded point at the top of the part. These are our tallest rubber bumpers available for applications that require extra height and space.
Rounded dome shaped bumper feet that absorb impact and are ideal for preventing your application from skidding. This group of rubber feet includes several of our smallest parts.
Recessed rubber stoppers have a cavity in the center which creates extra reinforcement for high impact applications. Can be placed on a wall to protect it from a door handle. Popular for music equipment, soundboards, and amplifiers. The recessed hole can be used to place a screw, nail or staple through the bumper for permanent attachment to an application.
Commonly used on the bottom of larger appliances, picture frame corners, and on electronics as spacers. Square feet provide the largest surface area of any bumper profile, which helps for heavier load bearing applications. These feet are utilized on electronics and fit perfectly into molded cavities on the bottom of devices.
Special Soft Bumpers designed to absorb energy from closing cabinet doors and drawers. These parts have been specifically engineered to provide the quietest close available for any cabinet door. The Soft Durometer Bumpers were not designed for load bearing applications.
Cylindrical flat top bumper stops are commonly used to protect surfaces and prevent sliding. The flat top shape is ideal for load bearing applications as feet on the bottom of small appliances, cutting boards, or laptops. The flat top design can be used as spacers under glass tables, airflow under network equipment, and behind picture frames to protect walls.