Rectangular Rubber Feet

Rectangular Thermoplastic Rubber Feet with Steel Support Bushing

Molded from “Thermoplastic Rubber” Budwig recessed bumpers provide good traction and excellent shock absorbing qualities; unlike natural rubber they have good non-marking qualities and outstanding resistance to stress cracking. A Trivalent Chromate plated steel Support Bushing (S/B) absorbs the total fastener load allowing the foot to be mounted using a variety of screws or rivets without causing distortion to the foot itself. Excellent resistance to ozone, aging and most chemicals. Available in any color on special order. *Some sizes available in Polyethylene or Polypropylene as an alternative to Thermoplastic Rubber. Recommended where resistance to sliding and shock absorbing or other rubber like qualities are not a requirement. Contact our sales staff for specific sizes that are available in Polyethylene or Polypropylene material.

Stock Material:  Santoprene™ (87 shore A)
Stock Colors: Black or Medium Grey

Parts are Conflict Minerals 3TGBPA Free, REACH and RoHS Compliant  RoHS

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Click The Part Number to download the detailed Drawing and Specifications in a printable PDF
PART NUMBER Height
A
Length
B
Length
C
Width
D
Recess Dia
E
Recess Depth
F
Outer Wall Thickness
G
Insert I.D. & Screw Size
H
Mounting Hole Centers
I
No S/B Through Hole I.D.
H
RF6T       .344 1.768 1.672 .885 .333 .142 .095 .148  #6 Truss Head .875 .172
 RF6-1T    .390 2.022 1.912 1.005 .333 .187 .125 .148  #6 Truss Head 1.000 .172
 RF8T        .465 2.380 2.250 1.187 .409 .176 .142 .178  #8 Truss Head 1.187 .210
 RF10T     .528 2.777 2.629 1.375 .472 .202 .172 .215  #10 Truss Head 1.375 .255
 RF10-1T .590 3.000 2.834 1.510 .472 .280 .190 .215  #10 Truss Head 1.500 .255

Tolerance: = ± .010

Weight Capacity:

Conclusive determination should be based on individual product testing and evaluation on a case by case basis by the end user. Factors such as; Durometer; the total number of feet (bumpers) being used; the environment (i.e. exposure to ozone, chemicals, extreme temperatures), static vs. dynamic applications, abrasion and shock should be considered and not limited to, for your final assessment.