Rubber grommets are small, flexible components used to protect and organize wiring, cables, or tubing as they pass through surfaces like metal or plastic panels. Made from rubber or elastomers, they feature a hollow center through which the wires or cables are threaded. This design cushions and insulates the wires, preventing abrasion, vibration, and damage from sharp edges. Rubber grommets find extensive use in automotive, electronics, and industrial applications where they ensure safe and tidy routing of wires while maintaining environmental seals. Easy to install and durable, they play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity and functionality of electrical and mechanical systems.