Polyurethane Bumpers
Polyurethane Bumpers For Conveyor Systems

Polyurethane Bumpers For Conveyor Systems

Polyurethane Bumpers Custom Molded and Cast For Any Purpose

American Urethane can create polyurethane bumpers for all types of industrial uses regardless of the environment and extremes. Polyurethane bumpers are customized according to your specific need for hardness, chemical resistance, temperature and any environmental extremes encountered.

Polyurethane Bumpers Superior To Plastic, Metal and Rubber

Polyurethane bumpers are superior to plastic, rubber and metal bumpers because of their incredible durability, customization, noise abatement and performance. Bumpers made of polyurethane have extensive wear abilities, they resist abrasion and can operate with minimal noise levels.

Some Examples Of Polyurethane Bumpers

•Bumpers For Conveyor Belt Systems •Shock Absorbers For Electrical Components •Hydraulic Cylinder Bumpers / Stoppers •Navy Hatch Bumpers •Polyurethane Bumper for Military Rifle •Hydraulic And Pneumatic Cylinder Bumpers •Industrial Washing Machines Bumpers •Bicycle Seat Shock Absorbers / Bumpers Polyurethane bumpers can be machined, molded and cast to any client requirement. Bumpers can be made sponge-soft or iron hard. Polyurethane has excellent teat strength, elasticity and excellent resistance to heat, chemicals and solvents. It can even be bonded to metal components.


Product Engineers Prefer Polyurethane Polyurethane parts provide longer service life when compared to plastics and rubber, and lower noise abatement properties when compared to metals. For these and many other reasons product engineers specify polyurethane components.
Create Your Polyurethane Bumper Prototype Today
American Urethane is the premiere supplier of urethane parts and components for industries all over the world. We differentiate ourselves by providing the most rapid response possible to quotes and inquires. We offer very low tooling costs and rapid prototype creation. Best of all, when we respond to a quote, you are talking to an American Urethane engineer who understands your needs and concerns.