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Rubber buffers dampen noise and absorb energy.

Buffer – Cylindrical

The rigid buffers used as ends of stroke or to check moving parts give rise to very high stresses at the time of the impact and therefore to rapid deterioration, accompanied by an often unacceptable noise, particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. The elastic buffers get rid of these drawbacks completely, as they are soundproofed with rubber. The single buffer is a flat surface of rubber and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving organ. The progressive buffer has a conical form in the rubber, and therefore makes contact on a progressive surface, which increases with crushing. The action is more gradual and is particularly good for a considerable absorption of energy, without a prohibitive instant stress.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130

Buffer – Rectangular 120 X 120

Rigid buffers used as end stops or to limit the stroke of moving parts give rise to high impact stresses to structures often causing visible deterioration .This is normally accompanied by unacceptably high noise levels to the human ear , particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. Rubber buffers eliminate these drawbacks considerably, as they dampen noise and absorb energy . The simple buffer is a flat surface and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving part. The progressive buffer has a conical form and therefore makes contact on a progressive basis , increasing deflection with increasing load. This action provides gradual arrest of moving parts, absorbing considerable energy, prohibiting instant high impact stresses.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130

Buffer, Diabolo – Type C

The rigid buffers used as ends of stroke or to check moving parts give rise to very high stresses at the time of the impact and therefore to rapid deterioration, accompanied by an often unacceptable noise, particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. The elastic buffers get rid of these drawbacks completely, as they are soundproofed with rubber. The single buffer is a flat surface of rubber and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving organ. The progressive buffer has a conical form in the rubber, and therefore makes contact on a progressive surface, which increases with crushing. The action is more gradual and is particularly good for a considerable absorption of energy, without a prohibitive instant stress.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130

Buffer, Diabolo – Type D

Rigid buffers used as end stops or to limit the stroke of moving parts give rise to high impact stresses to structures often causing visible deterioration. This is normally accompanied by unacceptably high noise levels to the human ear, particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. Rubber buffers eliminate these drawbacks considerably, as they dampen sound and absorb energy . The simple buffer has a flat surface of rubber and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving part. The progressive buffer has a conical form and therefore makes contact on a progressive basis, increased deflection with increased load. This action is much more gradual and is particularly good for a considerable absorption of energy, without causing instant stress.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130

Buffer, Progressive – Type C

Rigid buffers used as end stops or to limit the stroke of moving parts give rise to high impact stresses to structures often causing visible deterioration. This is normally accompanied by unacceptably high noise levels to the human ear particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. Rubber buffers eliminate these drawbacks considerably, as they dampen noise and absorb energy. The simple buffer has a flat surface and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving part. The progressive buffer has a conical form and therefore makes contact on a progressive basis , increasing deflection with increasing load. This action provides gradual arrest is of moving parts absorbing considerable energy, prohibiting instant high impact stress.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130

Buffer, Progressive – Type D

Rigid buffers used as end stops or to limit the stroke of moving parts give rise to high impact stresses to structures often causing visible deterioration. This is normally accompanied by unacceptably high noise levels to the human ear particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. Rubber buffers eliminate these drawbacks considerably, as they dampen noise and absorb energy . The simple buffer has a flat surface and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving part. The progressive buffer has a conical form and therefore makes contact on a progressive basis, increasing deflection with increasing load. This action provides gradual arrest of moving parts absorbing considerable energy, prohibiting instant high impact stress.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130

Buffer, Simple – Type D

Rigid buffers used as end stops or to limit the stroke of moving parts give rise to high impact stresses to structures often causing visible deterioration. This is normally accompanied by unacceptably high noise levels to the human ear , particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. Rubber buffers eliminate these drawbacks considerably, as they dampen noise and absorb energy . The simple buffer is a flat surface and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving part. The progressive buffer has a conical form and therefore makes contact on a progressive basis , increasing deflection with increasing load. This action provides gradual arrest of moving parts, absorbing considerable energy, prohibiting instant high impact stresses.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130

Buffer, Simple – Type E

Rigid buffers used as end stops or to limit the stroke of moving parts give rise to high impact stresses to structures often causing visible deterioration .This is normally accompanied by unacceptably high noise levels to the human ear , particularly when these impacts are repeated periodically. Rubber buffers eliminate these drawbacks considerably, as they dampen noise and absorb energy . The simple buffer is a flat surface and therefore responds immediately to impact, without over-extending the stroke of the moving part. The progressive buffer has a conical form and therefore makes contact on a progressive basis , increasing deflection with increasing load. This action provides gradual arrest of moving parts, absorbing considerable energy, prohibiting instant high impact stresses.

UNSPSC Codes: 23153130