Bumper stops, often referred to as bumper cones or bumper buffers, are protective components designed to absorb and distribute impact forces, protecting surfaces, equipment, or machinery from damage. They are commonly used in various applications to prevent physical contact, reduce noise, and minimize wear and tear. These cone-shaped devices are typically made from rubber, plastic, or other resilient materials. Here are some common uses and characteristics of bumper stops (cones):
Door Stops: Bumper cones are often used as door stops to prevent doors from hitting walls or other objects when opened forcefully. They can be attached to walls, floors, or the doors themselves.
Machinery and Equipment: Bumper stops are used on machinery and equipment to provide a cushioning effect when parts come into contact. This helps extend the lifespan of equipment and reduces vibrations and noise.
Automotive Applications: Bumper cones can be found on vehicles, particularly in the form of rubber or plastic bumpers on car bumpers and fenders. These bumpers help absorb impact energy during minor collisions, protecting the vehicle's body.
Furniture Protection: Bumper cones are often used on furniture legs to prevent them from scratching or damaging floors. They can also be applied to the back of furniture to protect walls from damage when furniture is moved.
Marine and Boating: On boats and ships, bumper cones are used as dock or fender bumpers to protect vessels from damage when they come into contact with piers or other boats.
Industrial Applications: In industrial settings, bumper stops are used to protect conveyor systems, racks, and various equipment from damage caused by collisions or vibrations.
Noise Reduction: Bumper cones can reduce noise and vibrations in mechanical systems by absorbing and dissipating impact energy. This is important in settings where noise reduction is essential.
Bumper cones come in various shapes, sizes, and materials, allowing them to be tailored to specific applications. They are designed to withstand repeated impacts and provide long-lasting protection. When selecting bumper stops for a particular application, factors such as material durability, shape, size, and load-bearing capacity should be taken into consideration to ensure they effectively serve their intended purpose.
Size: 16.6mm x 16.6mm Cone Bumper Stops, 128 per Sheet (Priced per Sheet)
Adhesive: Clear Bumper Stops have an Acrylic Adhesive (for U.V. Resistance) Black & Grey Bumperstops have a Rubber Adhesive. Both are High Performance Adhesives
Colours Available: Clear, Black & Grey
Service Temperature: -20°C to 80°C (Clear BumperStops) -20 °C to 70°C for Grey & Black BumperStops
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