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Washer Caps

Part Number WC0140X0500 | Stock Item

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Quantity Unit Cost
50 - 99 £0.49
100 - 249 £0.35
250 - 499 £0.25
500 - 999 £0.19
1000 + £0.16
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Total Price £24.50 ex. VAT

Product Information

Our Silicone Washer Caps are used to mask studs and protrusions during high temperature coating applications, where there is a need to create a grounding area at the base.

We offer a standard stock range available for next-day delivery and can also assist with any custom enquiries that you have relating to this product. If you cannot find the part you are looking for, or need any help selecting the correct size, please call our Sales Team now on 01634 686504 and we will be happy to assist..

Product Uses

The high temperature rating of the Silicone material means that this product will survive Powder Coating and other forms of plating and coating without melting or burning in temperatures up to 315°C. The flexibility of our Silicone Washer Caps allows them to fit over extrusions, threaded studs, PEMS and dowels, as well as to be used as plugs for threaded or irregular holes. For other high temperature caps, see our options below.

For help selecting the correct size for your application, please click 'play' to watch our Caps Measuring Guide.

Benefits of using Washer Caps

  • Can be used as either a Cap or as a Plug
  • Flexible enough to conform to irregular shapes
  • Washer creates a grounding area around holes and studs
  • Available in a range of colours for easy identification

Sinclair & Rush offers

  • Free samples of Washer Plugs available
  • Low minimum order quantities on Washer Plugs
  • Great discounts for large orders
  • Free technical advice available from our UK based experts

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