Auto Rubber Buffer For Ford is a cost-effective shock-absorbing original when it is operated. It is popular among users in life production, and it is more suitable for its technical parameters and installation. Ford's rubber bumper block is not only suitable for the operation of industrial machinery and equipment, but can be seen everywhere in life.
Ford automotive rubber bumpers are generally made of natural rubber and neoprene. Oil-resistant nitrile rubber is required. Silicone rubber is required for high and low temperature resistance, and butyl rubber is required for high damping. Usually used as support or connecting parts, widely used in various vehicles, ships, machinery, instrumentation, bridges, buildings, to eliminate or mitigate the adverse consequences of vibration.
Ford's rubber bumpers are characterized by both high elasticity and high viscosity. The elasticity of rubber is caused by the change of the conformation of the crimped molecules. The interaction between the rubber molecules hinders the movement of the molecular chains and thus exhibits the characteristics of viscous damping, so that the stress and strain are often in an unbalanced state.
The long chain molecular structure of the Ford automotive rubber buffer block and the weak secondary force between the molecules make the rubber material exhibit unique viscoelastic properties, thus providing good shock absorption, sound insulation and cushioning properties. Rubber components are widely used to isolate vibration and absorb shocks because of their hysteresis, damping, and reversible deformation.