Shaw Development provides a superior Expandable Plug to seal and fit unique applications. Our ability to design, prototype and produce both standard and custom expandable rubber plugs has made us an industry leader.
Whether you need 5 or 50,000 units, we can produce a plug regardless of the size, shape or material. Our team of engineers, innovative machinists and technical salespeople will design a product that complements the quality they expect and demand from their own products.
Our online catalog at http://www.shawplugs.com lists some of our more popular plug types, or contact us for more info on designing your own.
Snap-Tite Expandable Rubber Plugs over one inch, feature brass cams and plated steel hardware. Snap-Tite Expanding Plugs under one inch feature stainless steel hardware with a brass cam. Snap-Tite Expansion Plugs are useful for easy in and out operations such as plating or painting lines in industrial plants or low pressure seals for general maintenance or repair.
Turn-Tite Expandable Rubber Plugs are made with brass handles and plated steel hardware. The Turn-Tite T-handle provides an excellent grip to fasten the expanding plug into a hole. Turn-Tite expansion plugs can be used to hang products or are used to seal holes more securely than the Snap-Tite style.
Vented plugs are Turn-Tite plugs with a hole drilled through the center to vent a space or connect to a pressure source or gauge. Smaller plugs use a stainless wing nut to install the plug while larger plugs use a large brass fitting similar to the Turn-Tite handle.
Thumbnut plugs are great for sealing off small opening where space is limited. Thumbnut expanding plugs can be made with aluminum or stainless stand offs and any length rubber body. Wing-nut option for easier turning.
The Shaw Xtreme Marine plugs are made out of the highest quality stainless steel that will stand up to the harshest environments. Plugs are made out of stainless steel to help defend against corrosion; rubber compound is a neoprene rubber which is an all-purpose polymer.
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