Strip Buffers

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Our Strip Buffers prevent damage to doors, walls and other surfaces. Fitted to a trolley, the strip provides protection for the trolley as well, and they are normally placed around the edges of a trolley, between corner buffers. If a collision does occur, the Strip Buffer ensures the trolley does not mark or break the contact surface. Furthermore, it also ensures the trolley is not damaged in return.

Strip Buffers are commonly used on trolleys, which frequent hospitals and healthcare workplaces. The buffer is produced in 8-metre lengths and supplied in a bag. Additionally, they are optionally available in 80-metre spools. They are easy to install and are fitted by pushing a metal strip along the centre section and screwing through into the side of a trolley.

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Prevent damage with Strip Buffers. 

These strips are manufactured from a non-marking rubber in a Pewter Grey colour. They prevent damage to door jambs, etc. The strip is sold per metre (up to 80 metres).

‘D’ Section (hollow) Strip Buffers:

Normally placed around the edges of the trolley, between corner buffers. Fitted by pushing an off-cut metal strip along the centre of the section and screwing through into the side of the trolley. The head of the screw will pop through the outer rubber leaving a small hole.

If the strip is to be fitted around a rounded corner, this should be of at least 50 mm radius to prevent buckling of the strip.

  • Dimensions (mm) – 25 W x 25 H
  • Colour – Pewter Grey
  • Selling Unit – Per Metre, up to 80-metres.
  • 80-Metre Spools available.

Strip Buffers D Buffer

Protect your trolley!

View our Corner Buffers for an alternative protective measure.

Product Variations

Image Description Product Code Price (excl. GST)  

Grey rubber D buffer 8m length

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