Rubber shields are flexible protective or connecting elements made of rubber, which are used in many industrial applications, including automotive, food, pharmaceutical, and medical industries.
The main use of rubber shields is to protect surfaces from mechanical damage, vibrations, noise, or environmental impact. Rubber shields are used as protective elements on machine components that are subjected to heavy loads, such as engines, gearboxes, brake systems, suspension, as well as in various industrial devices.
Rubber shields are also used as connecting elements that allow for flexible connection of two components or devices. They are used in various industrial applications such as conveyor belts, paper industry, food industry, as well as in various medical and laboratory devices.
Rubber shields are resistant to various environmental factors, such as humidity, UV radiation, oil, gasoline, and other chemical substances. They are also resistant to aging and wear, which makes them durable and cost-effective solutions for many industrial applications.
Rubber shields are easy to install and remove, which facilitates the maintenance and repair of equipment. They are also flexible and can be used in applications where components have a moving or rotating character.
In summary, rubber shields are universal solutions used in many industrial applications where protection of components from mechanical damage, vibrations, noise, or environmental impact is required, or as connecting elements allowing for flexible connection of two components or devices.