Types of Self-Adhesive Rubber Bumpers

Types of Self-Adhesive Rubber BumpersIf you’re looking for self-adhesive bumpers, you’ve come to the right place!  We often get questions about the different types of rubber bumpers.  Look no more!

Hemispherical Bumper Feet

Hemispherical bumper feet are commonly used for sound dampening applications. The domed shaped bumpers work best for softening cabinet doors from slamming, reducing noise, and extending the life of the cabinets. Versatile round bumpers are found on the bottom of laptop computers to prevent sliding on any surface and smaller bumper profiles are used on the inside to protect the laptop screen and keyboard when closing it. Small round bumpers are used on standoffs for glass shelves. Simply peel and stick the bumper foot to your required location.

  • These bumpers can be used everywhere and the application possibilities are endless.
  • Manufactured in the USA
  • 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

Cylindrical Flat Top Bumper Stops

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. Simply peel and stick the bumper feet to your required location. These bumpers can be used everywhere and the application possibilities are endless.

  • Manufactured in the USA
  • 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

Square Rubber Bumper Feet

Commonly used on the bottom of larger appliances, picture frame corners, and on electronics as spacers, square rubber bumper feet are your ‘go-to’ product. 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. Placing a square bumper protector on the corner of a picture frame will prevent scuffing the wall and will prevent movement of the frame. Simply peel and stick the bumper feet to your required location. These bumpers can be used everywhere and the application possibilities are endless.

  • Manufactured in the USA
  • 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

Conical (or Cone-shaped) Rubber Spacers

Cone-shaped rubber spacers that have a rounded point at the tip. These are our tallest rubber bumpers available for applications that require extra height and space. Commonly used on automotive applications as rattle reducers. Simply peel and stick the bumper feet to your required location. These bumpers can be used everywhere and the application possibilities are endless.

  • Manufactured in the USA
  • 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

Recessed Rubber Stoppers

Recessed rubber stoppers have a cavity in the center which creates extra reinforcement for high impact applications. These large door stops can be placed on a wall to protect it from a door handle. Recessed bumper feet are popular for music equipment, soundboards, and amplifiers. Commonly, four bumpers are placed on the bottom of large speakers and subwoofers. Customers can use the recessed hole to place a screw, nail or staple through the bumper for permanent attachment to an application. Simply peel and stick the bumper feet to your required location. These bumpers can be used everywhere and the application possibilities are endless.

  • Manufactured in the USA
  • 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

Special Soft Durometer Bumpers

Special soft durometer bumpers are designed to absorb energy from closing cabinet doors and drawers. These parts are specifically engineered to provide the quietest close available for any cabinet door. The soft durometer bumpers use a device called “Flexible Softness” which absorbs the physical force of any impact by more than half. Via extensive sound testing by customers,  soft durometer bumpers are found to provide the lowest decibel levels for cabinet doors.

Please note that soft durometer bumpers are not designed for load bearing applications. Clear bumpers are nearly invisible when applied and will blend into any cabinet finish. We recommend placing two bumpers on the corners of cabinet doors and four bumpers on the corners of drawers to maximize protection. Simply peel and stick the bumper protectors to your required location.

  • 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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