Polyurethane Pads & Bumpers

Polyurethane Pads & Bumpers



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Polyurethane Pads & Bumpers

Our standard cast urethane pad is abrasion resistant, chemical resistant and can be custom formulated for specific applications. We offer a wide selection of polyurethane pads to suit almost any application.

Polyurethane Pad Applications & Sizes

We offer a wide range of polyurethane pads that can be purchased for multiple applications such as bumpers, gaskets and mounting pads. When polyurethane is mounted onto machinery and used as a bumper, the pads are able to reduce machine noise or vibration, and absorb the effects of material impact, while extending the life of your machine and parts. Many other custom parts can also be waterjet or die cut out of urethane pads saving on setup costs.

Polyurethane pads are extremely durable and can be ordered in the following options: 

  • Standard color: natural (Other colors are available upon request)
  • Standard Thickness tolerances of ±0.030, (pads >.250”TK, >90A,>48" may vary up to .062)
  • Length and Width +/-.125
  • Hardness range from 20A to 70D (standard hardnesses: 60A, 70A, 80A,90A)
  • Large polyurethane pads up to 12” X 52” X 142”
  • Water Jet Cutting Services Available
  • Die Cutting Services Available


  • Construction: Polyurethane pads and bumpers are used in construction applications to absorb shock and vibration, and to protect surfaces from scratches and dents.
  • Electronics: Polyurethane pads and bumpers are used on electronic devices to protect them from shock and vibration.
  • Appliances: Polyurethane pads and bumpers are used on appliances to reduce noise and vibration.
  • Furniture: Polyurethane pads and bumpers are used on furniture legs to protect floors from scratches and dents. They can also be used on cabinet doors and drawers to reduce noise.


  • Durable: Withstands wear and tear, making them ideal for protecting surfaces from scratches, dents, and impacts.
  • Shock absorbing: Effective at dampening vibrations and cushioning blows, protecting equipment, and reducing noise.
  • Material: Polyurethane, known for its strength, abrasion resistance, and elasticity.
  • Chemical resistant: In many cases, polyurethane resists oils, solvents, and other chemicals.
  • Shape: Typically, flat sheets, although they can be custom cut into specific shapes.
cast urethane hardness data