Rubber Nut-Insert

What is a "Rubber Nut-Insert"?

Rubber Nut-Insert is a flanged neoprene or E.P.D.M. rubber bushing with a captive brass or SS nut permanently bonded within.

What Can "Rubber Nut-Insert Be Used For"?

Throughout the industrial sector, such as automotive manufacturing, textile and consumer goods production, building / construction, and electronics industry, the versatility of Rubber Nut-Insert has made it the ideal choice for a seemingly infinite number of applications. This easily removed fixture boasts impressive shock, vibration and sound insulating properties, as well as a nearly impervious seal to the element, such as moisture, galvanic corrosion and dust.

The "Rubber Nut-Insert" has two applications


This type of application is used predominantly to either join sheets of similar / dissimilar materials together or to fasten hardware to the surface of a material.

For example:
  • Mounting a cargo carrier or accessory/ emergency lighting onto the roof of a vehicle.
  • To install a finishing surface onto an existing wall, such as finish paneling over dry wall.
  • To anchor shelving brackets onto a thin plate wall.


Solid materials such as concrete, woods, plastics, steel or rubber can house and solidly retain a Rubber Nut-Insert anchor + application hardware + retaining screw. This usage effectively reduces vibration, movement and noise of mounted machinery or hardware. Ideal for both uniform and non-uniform holes.

For example:
  • To anchor fans, fridges, air - cons, audio / video equipment to solid floor, wall or ceiling.
  • To anchor hardware to a concrete post or wood / steel beam.
  • No damage to Rubber Nut-Insert if removed.

How To Install

How to install rubber
  1. Drill a hole on the subject according to the recommended size and depth which will be used. Remove debris from the hole and remove sharp edges to prevent damage to the rubber nut-insert.
  2. Push insert into cavity until flange is flushed with material surface.
  3. Place fixture in right position. Insert screw and tighten, compressing sleeve end inwards, forming a firm anchor.
  4. Operates well in both uniform and irregularly shaped holes, as well as a variety of different materials.