Snap-In Plugs

Snap-In Plugs are tough, flexible “finishing” plugs that are used extensively in all sheet metal work to seal access holes. The insertion is a snap. There is an internal bead and they hold on tight when the handling gets tough. Auto rust proofers, on refrigeration units, water heaters, steel doors, paint cans, lawn mowers and even piggy banks use them.

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Plastic Snap-In Plugs are available in a wide variety of sizes and designs for numerous applications. They are made of an assortment of nylons and elastomers. They are offered in standard and metric configurations.

Steel Snap-In Plugs are available for sheet metal and tubing. They fit into a metal panel or other thin material to cover up the hole. Tube plugs fit into the end of a metal tube to cap off the end of the tube.