Grommets

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Grommets

At Flextron, we offer different types of grommets which have good abrasion and chemical tolerance and can tolerate a wide variety of temperatures, oil and grease.

Cable grommets are used to avoid the passage of current inside the cable. Grommets act as an insulator function and are usually soft in nature. They often block dust, water or other particles from penetrating the electrical motor.

Force these lightweight grommets into place to secure wires, cables and cords by making rough and irregular holes into flat, insulated holes. Frequently used in metal tables, they are also moist and may have a medium hardness level to have a combination of cushioning and impact resistance.


Types of Grommets

Cut-to-Size Grommets

Slice the thin layer of rubber in the middle of these grommets to make custom IDs to tightly hold and cover wires, cables and cords. Move the grommets to the spot. They transform rough and irregular holes into smooth, insulated holes. Commonly used in metal tables, they are also moist noises. They all have a medium hardness rating to give a combination of cushioning and impact resistance. They are also classified as webbed grommets. Using a utility knife to make a cut.

Expandable Grommets

The middle hole has flaps that flex to hold and secure a range of wire, cable and cord sizes while holding dust and debris out. Move the grommets to the spot. They transform rough and irregular holes into smooth, insulated holes. Made of rubber, these grommets are chemically inert and will not dry out and become brittle when exposed to UV rays. They all have a medium-hard ranking to endure high levels of effects.

Locking Grommets

The middle hole has flaps that expand to hold and secure a range of wire, cable and cord sizes while holding dust and debris out. Snap these grommets into place and stretch their wings to the sides of the hole to secure them in position. Using them to turn rough and irregular holes into smooth holes. Made of rubber, these grommets are chemically inert and will not dry out and become brittle when exposed to UV rays. They all have an extra-hard ranking to endure high levels of effects. They may be used outdoors.

To know which grommet suits your requirement, you consider contacting us and our team of specialists will guide you through the process.


Why Choose Flextron?

  • Conventional Grommets are available in a number of materials.
  • Snap-in interface makes fast and simple installation.
  • Suitable for extreme conditions with a broader temperature range of activity.
  • Quite stable content promising a long working life.
  • Heat-resistant insulation for use in high-temperature environments-40C to +125C.

Frequently Asked Questions

A grommet could be used in household or office furniture to cover antennas, cords or cables for computer devices or other electronic equipment. Around the same time, they are used ornamental to embellish furniture and can be ordered in a wide range of styles, colours and finishes.

The grommets typically consist of two pieces: a liner that passes through the furniture hole and a cap with a hole (frequently adjustable in size to allow the cables to move through.

If they are not required, they may be emptied either by turning one piece 90° against the other or by adding an extra plastic piece designed to suit that function.

The rubber grommet is made of a resilient material usually rubber) with a moulding built to hold it in place and help withstand vibrations, e.g. between the tandem radio and the frame or between the microphone and its tripod, holding the two parts "floating" physically decoupled to avoid a characteristic pairing called microphonism.


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