(4 product groups)
Inserts & Bumpers - Threaded can be used as a leveling device or bumper for small equipment. The non-corrosive stud and foot material is durable and resists harsh environments.
Rubber Bumper Feet, which are sometimes referred to as Grommet Feet or Rubber Supports, are made from Black Silicone Rubber. They can be used as glides, bumpers, closures, slides, and stops across an array of applications.
These Push In Grommet Feet have a press-fit stem that holds the bumper securely in place - helping to protect surfaces from contact.
The Silicone that these Rubber Mounting Feet are made from has a hardness rating of Shore 63A and is UL94 HB flame resistant.
Push In Rubber Feet, commonly known as Bumper Feet, Rubber Bumpers or Rubber Feets, have a variety of uses, such as; rubber feet for chairs, glides, bumpers, slides, rubber bump stops, and more - for a range of applications.
Also known as Rubber Push; these Push In Feet have a simple but secure push fit design that holds the rubber foot firmly in place, helping to protect surfaces from contact.
Our Rubber Foot range is available in a choice of materials, including; Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC). As such, our Push In Rubber Feet benefit from flexibility and are lightweight. These Rubber Bumper Feet are ideal for low temperature environment. They are tough, and have excellent corrosion resistance.
Screw On Feet, sometimes known as Enclosure Feet, are recessed for use as rubber feet on small appliances and other retail products. These Screw-On Feet are attached with a separate screw, bolt, or rivet to the assembly, and are made from anti-scratch material to help protect and maintain surfaces.
Our Rubber Feet range includes Bumper Feet made from PVC or TPE, a Big Foot range made from ABS with a flame rating of UL94 HB.
Also available are a wide range of Bolt On Rubber Feet made from Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE), Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) and Neoprene Rubber. These Screw Feet are ideal for wooden cabinets, equipment enclosures, free-standing electrical/electronic equipment and more. TPR benefits from excellent slip resistances.