Rubber Plug Provides Tight Seal for Containers or Tubes
Rubber stopper is also called rubber plug. Stoppers are generally made from natural rubber for durability and flexibility, but some are made of synthetic rubber for added resistance to chemicals such as reagents or solvents that would damage rubber. Rubber plugs come in various shapes and sizes to meet different operation requirements. They provide tight seal that helps prevent spills and evaporation. Some rubber plugs with one or two holes allow glass tubing to be inserted into the container through the plug. All the rubber stoppers are made to order.
RS-01: Rubber seal plug is used to seal the ends of tubes and the tapered end ensures a snug fit.
RS-02: Molded rubber plug is popularly used in auto spare parts, medical and many other applications.
RS-03: Rubber sealing plug works as metal tubes stopper
RS-04: Six rubber sealing stoppers in cylinder shape.
RS-05: Dark gray rubber plugs.
RS-06: Black rubber plugs.
RS-07: Rubber stoppers for accessories of printers.
RS-08: Rubber hollow plugs for ink cartridge.
RS-09: Excessive penetration stoppers for medical bottles.
RS-10: Sleeve type septum stoppers with a hollow plug and sleeve extension.
RS-11: Butyl rubber stopper for medical use.
RS-12: Tapered rubber stoppers, some have one or two holes.
RS-13: Semi-transparent rubber stoppers for earrings and transparent bag packaging for easy transportation.
Excellent thermal conductivity.
Good insulating properties.
Flame, ozone and oxygen resistant.
High tensile strength.
Excellent resistance to weathering and high temperature resistance.
Colour: black, white, transparent color, red, gray, blue, etc.
Withstand voltage: 4.0 kV - 10 kV.
Temperature range: -60 °C to +316 °C.
Hardness: 30-80 Shore A.
Rubber plug is widely used in the industries of medicine, daily necessities, food, cosmetics, mining, chemical engineering, etc. It is used for all kinds of glass bottles, pipes, mechanical engineering.