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Rubber Bumpers Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of rubber bumper manufacturers and suppliers. Find rubber bumper companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture rubber bumpers to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top rubber bumper manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the rubber bumper companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of recessed rubber bumpers, rubber bumper guards, and industrial rubber bumpers of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Rochester Hills, MI

    We are dedicated to providing the rubber bumpers that you can rely on to keep your business moving along! We were established in 1945 with the goal of developing the best noise and vibration reducing products in the world. We serve many industries such as forestry products, test equipment, agricultural equipment and many others. For more information on how we may be able to assist you, get in touch with our customer service representatives today!

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  • Denver, PA

    Our rubber bumpers are custom made to meet our customer’s special requirements. Our products are designed to help control noise, shock, and vibration of industrial machinery of all types. We are able to handle both large and small productions runs. Call us today or visit our website for more information about how we can help you! We look forward to working with you!

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  • Springfield, OR

    Looking for vibration absorbers, deceleration devices, vibration isolators, shock absorbers, elastomer bumpers or damping equipment? We manufacture all of the above and more. Our hydraulic shock absorbers and rotary dampers come in different sizes. We are motion control experts and are waiting for your call!

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  • Mountain View, CA

    Moog CSA Engineering is an experienced vibration control consultant & manufacturer of vibration isolation systems for small businesses to government organizations. We offer a wide range of products such as custom isolators, vibration mounts & absorbers, vibration damping & much more. Call us or check out our website for more isolation services & solutions.

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  • Santa Fe Springs, CA

    Since our founding in 1986, we have evolved into a leading manufacturer of rubber molded products. With our team of knowledgeable engineers and technicians, you can count on us to work with you every step of the way--from product design to product completion. Services include quality assurance and tool design. Contact us today to learn more!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Foot Soldiers in the War Against Unwanted Vibrations

Whenever I hear the word rubber bumpers the first thing that comes to mind is my excursions on the bumper car grid. Most amusement parks and fairs have bumper cars so guests can fuel their impulse to crash their car into another. Secured around the mini carts are large rubber bumpers that take on the full effect of a 4 mph crash. The bumpers absorb the shock of the impact, reducing the vibrations that hit the driver. Although a good hit can always give your victim a good jolt. These... Read More

Does Bumper Color Matter?

Rubber bumpers provide a variety of different uses for factory machines and processes in the manufacturing world. In general, bumpers are used to protect the equipment from the products or the products from the equipment. Bumpers are used to cushion the fall of products, certain machine processes, reduce vibrations, and protect products as they travel through the production process. Some bumpers even protect human employees from machine parts. Most rubber bumper manufacturers create a variety of bumpers in different colors. There is little difference between the rubber products except for... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Rubber Bumpers

Rubber bumpers come in all shapes and sizes and are used in almost every area of manufacturing with specific product types including: recessed bumpers, mushroom bumpers, stem bumpers, grommet bumpers and tack bumpers. They are used to reduce vibration and movement in industrial manufacturing equipment as well as to protect rigid parts from damage caused by contact as a result of vibration or operating procedure.

A range of industries such as electronics, medical, communications, consumer and more use different rubber bumpers to control vibrations. Common applications for rubber bumpers include: protecting furniture, work surfaces and structures, in circuit boards and computers, POP displays, packaging and automotive. Bumpers are commonly made from a mix of polymers, usually of rubber and a plastic. Rubber has many elastic qualities which make it an ideal energy absorption material for shocks, jolts or vibrations and for preventing the further spread of kinetic energy through a device or piece of equipment. It is also durable and long lasting, and it resistant to cracking or sudden deterioration, making it a low-maintenance option for vibration control. The damage that can be caused to machinery and devices from exposure to vibration, and the noise that can result from a piece of equipment and the potential for procedure breakdown are all reasons why rubber bumpers are a worthwhile investment.

Rubber provides excellent traction and therefore rubber bumpers can be further used as a non-slip material for many applications. They are relatively cheap and yet are able to prevent expensive machinery repairs and replacements, as well as ensuring a system is running at optimum performance. However, as with most materials, the quality of rubber bumpers will diminish over time and they may have to be replaced periodically to guarantee the best results. Bumpers typically come in either black or dark grey, but some manufacturers will custom color the bumpers to match specific items or machinery. Custom specifications can also be met in terms of size, shape and pad configuration. For heavy-duty industrial purposes, rubber bumpers may have the addition of a metal washer or component in the base to ensure maintained application. However, for most general purposes, the stock rubber bumper items are adequate to meet almost all shock absorber needs. Many rubber bumpers are self-adhesive and are provided with a backing sheet. Depending on the intended application, the strength of the adhesive applied can vary from industrial strength adhesive, to a less permanent glue.

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