We offer numerous products for masking components during finishing processes such as paint coating, e-coating, powder coating and anodizing. This range includes high temperature caps and plugs and bungs, adhesive high temperature masking tapes, masking bags and masking hooks.
Caps, plugs and bungs are available in a range of materials including Silicone Rubber, Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR), EPDM and Paper and can withstand temperatures up to 300°C.
Silicone masking products are moulded from high quality materials and can withstand some of the highest temperatures; up to 300°C. These products are re-useable and will not harden or melt in application. Moss offers caps, plugs and bungs in a wide variety of styles to protect exposed studs, male and female threads, tubes and holes
Resistant to fatigue and tearing, and with acid resistant properties TPR (thermoplastic rubber) is a light weight, durable option for plugs, end tips and caps. This range covers a variety of TPR plugs and TPR caps
Flexible PVC products for high temperature masking. This range includes flexible PVC caps and PVC plugs. Our PVC masking products are resistant to tearing and splitting and offer an excellent solution for masking threaded and plain holes and ports. PVC masking plugs and caps are easily fitted and are available in pull tab options for easy removal particularly useful when applied and removed in awkward positions or with gloves
Masking tapes and masking discs available in green and blue polyester, silicone, rubber, polyimide and paper. Masking tapes are suitable for wet-paint spray painting, electro-coating, powder coating and sand-blasting
Our Paper Caps and Plugs are an environmentally-friendly masking solution made from a blend of post-consumer and virgin materials. They are recyclable, and are a cost-effective alternative to silicone masking solutions.
Typically used for for industrial paint masking applications masking Bags are ideal for masking awkward or non-standard shapes. Our Masking Bags are secured to the application with an elasticated opening. Masking bags may be used in temperatures up to +100c but have a softening point of +90c.