The rubber bushing isolates between two metal parts of specific equipment to reduce the vibration and absorbs shocks when creating a movement. This is undoubtedly the most widely used rubber product in the automotive industry. The standard application is in the suspension system on every vehicle type, whether for the commercial, aerospace, or industrial sectors. It separates the car’s two metal parts, allowing free movement to absorb or reduce road bumps. It can also be used as a gasket for piping and wiring, but it still depends on where and how you will use it; in other words, we customize rubber bushings according to your needs or specification.
Different Types of Rubber Bushing
Rubber bushings are used in various applications to provide a cushion between two objects. There are many different rubber bushings, each with its benefits and drawbacks. The most common type of rubber bushing is elastomeric bushing. This bushing type is made from a synthetic rubber compound and is remarkably resilient. It can withstand high temperatures and shocks, making it ideal for use in harsh environments. Another common type of rubber bushing is urethane bushing. This type of bushing is made from an elastic polymer called polyurethane. It is less durable than elastomeric bushings but provides better shock absorption. Urethane bushings are often used in applications where vibration or noise damping is essential. This type of bushing is often used in conjunction with steel bushings.
Creating Process of Bushing
Rubber bushing combines rubber and another material, such as metal or plastic, to create a part that helps reduce noise and vibration in a system. The two materials are mixed in a process called injection molding. Injection molding is used to create many different products, including rubber bushing. First, the two materials are heated until they are liquid. Then, the molten material is injected into a mold. The mold contains the shape of the finished product. The material cools and hardens in the mold to create the effect.
Advantage & Disadvantages
Rubber bushings are often favored over other types of bushings because they offer many advantages. First, rubber bushings are resistant to oil and gas. This means that they will not corrode or leak, which is important if the bushing is in an area subject to high temperatures or pressure. Second, rubber bushings are often less expensive than other types of bushings. This is because rubber bushings can be molded, which means the molding process can be done more quickly and inexpensively. One disadvantage is that it can wear out over time, which can cause the vehicle to become difficult to steer. In addition, if the rubber bushing breaks or becomes loose, it can create noise and vibration inside the car.
Here at RK Rubber Enterprise Co., we make rubber products with high-quality rubber compounds such as natural rubber, nitrile, silicone rubber, synthetic rubber, and other compounds. Don’t hesitate to contact our sales team to know more about rubber bushing and other customized rubber products.
Features and Purpose of Rubber Bushing
- Increases the lifespan of any machines, equipment, or systems
- Widely used as a shock absorber in all suspension systems – especially for vehicles
- Reduce noise and vibration, which can cause damage to all machines
- It gives comfortable driving and safety to the passengers
- Low maintenance costs
- It can use as seals and abrasion resistance
- Has an excellent weather resistance
- It can also provide insulation and can also be used as a sealant
In conclusion, rubber bushing is the right choice for your application because it offers superior noise and vibration dampening while handling high temperatures and heavy loads. So if you’re looking for a reliable, long-lasting solution, rubber bushing is worth considering.
Application Type: Automotive, Aerospace, Electrica, Construction, Home Appliance, Healthcare, Plumbing, etc.
Material: Natural Rubber, Neoprene, Nitrile, Silicone, and SBR Rubber
Color: The default color is plain black
Variants/ Type: Dimensions will be based on the client’s specifications;
Purpose: Shock absorption and anti-vibration between metal parts
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