A bumper is a structure attached or integrated with the front and rear ends of a motor vehicle to absorb impact in a minor collision, which idealizes minimal repair costs. They minimize heights and mismatches between vehicles and protect pedestrians from injury. George Albert Lyon invented bumpers in 1897.
What are different kinds of bumpers?
There are five common types of bumpers, which include:
Deep drop bumper Roll pan bumper Step bumper Tube bumper Dock bumpers
Industrial applications of bumpers
There are several applications of bumpers, including:
Cooling systems Safety protection guards Cabinets and vanity doors Circuit boards Dock applications