Rubber Feet

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Rubber Feet from Sinclair & Rush

Our range of Rubber Feet offer improved grip and reduce noise and vibration. We stock the most popular and well-known styles of Rubber Foot available for next-day-delivery.  For applications where a standard Rubber Foot is not suitable, we also supply Screw on Feet and Push in Feet which can be installed into panels or mounted on the surface. Stick on Discs and Stick on Feet are self-adhesive and simply peel away from backing liner to be mounted.

Rubber Feet push over the Chair and Table Legs to create a neat finish, concealing sharp edges and reducing noise whilst increasing grip. We offer Crutch Style Feet often used for Walking Frames and other Mobility Aids. We have Tapered and Rounded Rubber Ferrules which are extremely versatile and High-Grip items for use with Walking Sticks. Heavy Duty Square Rubber Feet finish of square box section used on heavier equipment. 

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