Give Your Product a Bump up in Protection with Rubber Bumper Pads

They're small, they're tiny, and they may even be overlooked — but they can cause a big problem with your product if you don't have them. Rubber bumper pads come in a vast range of shapes, sizes, and qualities. Regardless of its exterior, rubber bumper pads are typically used by manufacturers to:

  • Improve product quality
  • Enhance the life of products
  • Guard against surface damage
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    Prevent products from skidding
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    Reduce vibration and noise
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    Absorb shock
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    Stabilize products
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    And more

With so many uses, rubber bumper feet could be the perfect addition to your product. Continue reading for a few inspiring ways you can give your product or process a bump in quality and protection with rubber bumper pads and rubber bumper feet.

Self-Adhesive Rubber Bumper Pads for Cabinets

If you're a contractor or if you manufacture custom cabinets or custom furniture, it's imperative to provide value-added solutions for retailers and end users. You can extend the use of your cabinets without interrupting the appeal or flow of the design by using rubber bumper pads as cabinet door protectors.

At Frank Lowe, we offer self-adhesive rubber bumper feet that are the ideal way to protect cabinets. If you're a custom cabinet manufacturer, our rubber bumper pads can be the tiniest detail and finishing touch to the perfect cabinet door. Best of all, you can choose the best rubber bumper feet from a vast array of colors and an endless selection of sizes and shapes.

Our experts will listen to your needs, understand the size of the cabinet doors, and suggest the most appropriate rubber bumper pads to achieve the desired results. We can die cut the rubber bumper pads into virtually any shape as well as apply a high-quality durable adhesive to simplify the application on your end.

Rubber Bumper Pads on Coasters

When most people think of protecting their coasters, they immediately think of cork backing with adhesive for coasters. However, you can also use rubber bumper pads on coasters. Even though the end user may never see them, affixing rubber pads on the corners can help protect your handiwork and ensure the longevity of the coasters. In most instances, we work with manufacturers of ceramic or glass coasters to create custom rubber bumper pads.

These pads also work to avoid staining, marring, scratching or ruining the underlying tabletop. And the experts at Frank Lowe will explain all of your coaster options, including rubber bumper feet and what to look for in cork for coasters (if you choose to go that route). In either case, we're here to help you Explore, Pursue, and Create more and better products.

Rubber Bumper Pads for Drawers

Including a rubber bumper on your drawer will help create a protective barrier to prevent the hardware from breaking and wearing out. In most instances, rubber bumpers are placed on the corners of the drawer to provide cushioning from the continual opening and closing.

If you're a contractor or manufacture custom cabinets and drawers, we can help you choose the ideal rubber bumper pads. We can also apply a long-lasting adhesive to simplify the application of the bumper and ensure it lasts for several decades to come.

Rubber Bumper Feet in Garages & Workshops

Virtually every piece of equipment in your workshop or garage will vibrate if it has an engine. If left unattended, this vibration can cause welds and pipe fittings to leak — ultimately causing the equipment to fail.

However, rubber bumper feet are an excellent way to stabilize and prolong the overall life of the equipment. Customized rubber bumper pads affixed on the bottom of equipment can be critical in preventing heavy garage or workshop equipment from shaking and suffering damage.

At Frank Lowe, we can die cut and create custom rubber feet to mount of the bottom of your garage or shop equipment. These rubber bumper feet will act as cushion between your concrete shop floor and your expensive power tools.

We'll help you choose the best type of rubber bumper based on the weight, shape, and type of equipment. Our experts will also die cut the rubber bumper into the ideal shape to achieve the desired result.

Custom Rubber Bumpers for Industrial Uses & Applications

While the previously mentioned rubber bumper pads were for more everyday applications, we also provide custom rubber bumper solutions for larger industrial items. For instance, we regularly die cut custom neoprene bumpers to protect two heavy objects from severely damaging each other when scraping or colliding.

Do you need rubber recessed bumpers for protecting truck bodies and doors from damage? At Frank Lowe, there's not rubber bumper too large or small — we can help. You can find our synthetic custom rubber bumpers:

  • Protecting and stabilizing heavy machinery,
  • Protecting floors,
  • In automobiles, and
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    In heavier industrial settings.

Chloroprene & Neoprene Custom Rubber Pads

In many instances, we guide our customers toward chloroprene material for it's amazing shock-absorbing qualities or neoprene for its outstanding all-weather resilience and resistance to oil. We will always work to understand your application and then use our expert materials knowledge to provide a solution that achieves the desired result.

Contact Frank Lowe for Rubber Bumper Pads

When it comes to rubber bumper pads, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. And we will work with you to create the ideal solution for protecting, dampening, shock absorption, stabilization, or whatever else is needed.

Contact Frank Lowe to Explore, Pursue, and Create custom rubber bumper pads and custom rubber bumper feet.

About the Author Randy Cohen

Since 2002, Randy Cohen has served as the Senior Vice President of Frank Lowe — leading Sales and Marketing as well as a variety of Administrative operations. Randy has 25 years of experience with a background in sales & marketing, production and business management, serving both government agencies and private industry. He holds a B.A from Syracuse University and a Masters and Professional Diploma from Fordham University. Randy uses his unique set of experiences to help businesses and entities across all sectors explore, pursue, and create better solutions.

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