M2.5 Silicone Cap 19mm long | 074A-02.40-19RD


  • Bagged in 1000’s
  • Up to 315°C
  • Powder coating, Anodising, Electroplating, Hydrodipping

9000 in stock (can be backordered)



M2.5 Silicone Cap 19mm long

BAKEWELL Silicone Rubber Caps are one of the most popular products chosen for covering pins, studs, rods and wires during finishing operations and assembly

The M2.5 silicone cap is a simple devices. There’s a comprehensive list of uses for an M3 silicone cap, from general protection to aesthetic finishing, from masking during powder coating to electrical and anti-vibrational insulation. Because the product is so simple, the applications customers use them for are endless.

Silicone rubber as a material has many useful qualities. You undoubtedly come into contact with it on a daily basis throughout most aspects of your activities. Read more about Silicone Rubber here

M2.5 Silicone Caps is a popular choice covering M2.5 Studs and screws during finishing operations and final finish.

The M3 silicone cap is suitable for many applications, from general protection to high temperature masking. Customers can buy a wide range of sizes off the shelf at AFAC. Our stocks are generally colour coded for size but customers can also choose to have custom colours made to order.

Silicone Rubber caps are suitable for many applications, from general protection to high temperature masking.

Manufactured from silicone rubber, Silicone Rubber caps or BAKEWELL CAPLUGS are ideal for masking during electro-static powder coating, stove enamelling, E-Coat, plating and anodising. The high temperature resistance means they can be re-used over and over. When used as rubber caps, the CAPLUG is simply pushed over the stud or pin requiring masking. As a plug, it is often best to push the Silicone Rubber caps into the hole to be masked, using a radiused end insertion tool, or on larger sizes, the end of a pencil or pen. After processing, the Silicone Rubber cap is simply removed, while the component is still hot. Any coating build up can be removed manually, or in a rumbler. Popular sizes are colour coded to assist in selection and identification. The table shows the range available and what parts best suit the threads to be masked.