The Auto Rubber Buffer For Volkswagen is a device that limits the maximum amount of deformation of the suspension. It reduces the direct impact of the axle on the frame (or body) during operation and prevents excessive deformation of the elastic components. The buffer block is composed of a rubber block, a steel plate, and a bolt. Some buffer blocks are made of porous polyurethane and are hollow inside. Most of the cushions of modern cars are made of porous polyurethane material, and rubber materials are gradually being replaced. The porous buffer block made of polyurethane material has the advantage that the following rubber can not be replaced: the mass is small, about 1/2 deformation of the rubber buffer block of the same size, and has good nonlinear characteristics.
Volkswagen rubber buffer block composition requirements
Volkswagen rubber bumper blocks consist of rubber blocks, steel plates and bolts. Some buffer blocks are made of porous polyurethane and are hollow inside.
Volkswagen rubber buffer block application
The structure of the buffer block is that the vulcanized rubber is integrated with the steel plate, bolted to the steel plate, and then the buffer block is fixed on a certain part of the frame (body) to limit the stroke of the suspension.
The Volkswagen rubber buffer block is a rubber product whose main purpose is to absorb impact energy and mitigate impact. Includes a variety of rubber bumpers, cushions, and more. Such as car engine front and rear suspension pads, leaf spring buffer blocks and sleeper pads. It is generally a pure rubber or rubber molded article with a metal skeleton. Since the rubber impact stiffness is greater than the dynamic stiffness, the dynamic stiffness is greater than the static stiffness, which is beneficial to reduce impact deformation and dynamic deformation. These products are widely used in a variety of vehicles, road machinery, construction machinery and vibrating screens.