Press Release Summary:
Featuring hollow center and pull tab to facilitate insertion/removal, reusable masking plugs mask off threaded holes while providing protection for first thread with integrated flange. Products are molded from natural silicone rubber and come in sizes that fit standard imperial threads from Â¼-20 to Â½-13 and metric threads from M6-M20. While nominally able to handle temperatures to 600Â°F, EPDM Rubber versions are also available for applications where cure temperature is at/below 425Â°F.
Original Press Release:
High Temperature Masking Plugs with 1st Thread Protection
Alliance Plastic's new line of masking plugs are designed specifically to mask off threaded holes while providing protection for the first thread with an integrated flange. Additional, as an added feature the part is designed for easy insertion and removal with its hollow center and pull tab feature. The line offers parts that are designed to fit standard imperial threads from ¼-20 to ½-13 and metric threads from M6 to M20. Molded from natural silicone rubber they can handle temperatures up 600°F (315°C) with excellent durability to be used numerous times. For applications were the cure temperature is at or below 425°F (218°C), the complete line is available in cost effective EPDM Rubber. Both materials and all of the sizes are in stock and ready to ship from one of our nine company owned N. American distribution centers.
To view the complete product line; request a free printed catalog or request samples, visit us at allianceplastics.com/first-thread-protection-masking-plugs or call us at 1-800-832-8677
In addition to these new masking products, Alliance Plastics stocks an additional 1250 standard masking products including caps & plugs to masking tapes & die cuts; perfect for all of your powder coating, e-coating, painting, plating, anodizing, or any other finishing processes. Standard materials include not only the silicone and EPDM rubbers, but we also manufacture a full range of dip molded soft vinyl caps in high temperature material (425°F/218°C).