Industrial rubber bushings, sometimes simply called rubber bushes, is a kind of vibration isolator. Its main purpose is to serve as an interface between two parts, acting as a buffer and absorbing some of the energy produced by the interaction of two parts. It separates two parts while allowing a limited amount of movement, thus minimizing vibration and even noise.
Use rubber bushes can improve the function of the operation process, and extend the lifespan of various systems and machinery. Without industrial rubber bushing, vibration not only damages the product but also produces noises that are both uncomfortable and harmful to operators. As a result, that is important to use the right anti-vibration products in the right places. Zong Yih is the right rubber bushing manufacturer for you.
Advantages of Using Standard Rubber Bushes in Industry
- Improved Safety and Comfort
The rubber on shock absorbers plays a critical role in vehicle safety and comfort when driving, used for positioning, and aligning suspension and steering components. These include shock absorbers, sway bars, control links, and torsion bars. Rubber bushes need to be in good condition to avoid rapid tire wear and steering or breaking problems.
- Minimized Damage Caused by Vibration
When applying in the automotive industry, there are many advantages of using rubber bushing on shock absorbers, including improved safety and comfort when driving, minimized noise, and damage due to reduced vibration. Repeated vibrations can be the source of damage to suspension systems, contributing to the weakening of this type of system and surrounding structure. Shock rubber bushing works to prevent this from happening, minimizing the vibrations and their resultant damage.
- Provide A Long, Maintenance-Free Service Life
The rubber on shock absorbers can be optimized and tuned to provide specific stiffness characteristics in different directions. Automotive rubber bushes can also provide articulation by way of torsional, conical movements where other anti-vibration products may not be able to do so. The shock rubber bushing is usually pressed into a housing, thereby eliminating the need for the use of separate fixing mechanisms. Where required, however, central inner metals can be incorporated into the design to facilitate fixing the inner metal to surrounding structures using bolts.
- Applicable Material: NR (Nature Rubber)
- Hardness: 50/60/70 shore A
- Applicable Temperature Range: -40℃ to 80℃ (instant high temperature 100℃)
- Functions: Shockproof, noise reduction, protection
- Application Field: Automotive industry as railway system, and motorcycle industry