Service temperatures of -50°F to 275°F (-45°C to 135°C)
Also available as "Cool Blue" higher service temperature version.
The Cush-A-Nator cushion is manufactured in the United States and made from a new incredibly durable thermoplastic rubber that resists high heat and provides
longer life against vibration fatigue.
The Cush-A-Nator is made from a proprietary thermoplastic vulcanized material cross-linked with high performance rubber and thermoplastic elastomers,
which produces the highest operating temperature range in the industry.
The Cush-A-Nator® is designed and manufactured in Michigan and provides the user with a choice of the highest heat range resistance of
any cushion on the market or simply the advanced features of a superior design.
A: Thumb Drive The Cush-A-Nator® has the exclusive "Thumb Drive" that provides the installer a gripping point
to easily open the cushion with the help of leverage tabs and a living hinge. Easy and effortlessly to install.
B: Self-Alignment Cushion can be opened and placed over the pipe or tube and rotated into place while on the channel and automatically aligned
with the channel opening ready for clamping. No more pre-installing cushions or awkward installation. Cushion replacement has been made simple and easy.
C: Pressure Control The Cush-A-Nator® cushion has a built in squeeze control as part of the cushion design. The side opening and the squeeze
control tab provides evenly distributed pressure around the tube or pipe.
D: Complete Clamping Unit The Cush-A-Nator® is the only strut mounted cushion that is mechanically connected to the supporting steel
clamp because the bolt passes through the squeeze control tab forming the single unit connection. This design helps prevent the cushion from excess vibration
by being attached directly to the clamp.
Cush-A-Nator® Unique Installation
Step 2: Insert Cush-A-Nator onto the pipe and use the exclusive "Thumb Drive"
to rotate into position.
A key feature of the Cush-A-Nator® is this ability to place the cushion and rotate into position.