Cast iron wheels are made of gray iron. They are abrasion resistant and require minimal effort to start rolling. These wheels are exceptionally long wearing, built for high capacity applications and have the ability to withstand extreme heat.
The flanged wheel is designed to operate on steel tracking to minimize guidance and rolling effort. A bonus of the rolling on tracks is that load capacities’ toll on floors are reduces which allows for higher capacities, easier rolling, and floor protection. Most of these wheels are cast iron and steel for high strength and long wear.
These wheels are used in situations where loads are too great for floor protective wheels and in situations where floor protection is not an issue. The solid wheels are unbreakable in usual service, absorb shock and impact without failure and can withstand high temperatures. Compared to ductile steel wheels, forged steel wheels offer greater load capacity, impact strength and rollability of all caster wheels.
These wheels are made from a blend of nylon and glass and are specifically designed to withstand high temperatures. These wheels are resilient, non-marking, resist hard impacts, are very durable and resistant to oils, greases and cleaning agents.
One-piece molded construction, typically available in black or grey. Hard rubber wheels have a higher load capacity than the soft rubber and will not flatten while sitting under loads, as soft rubber wheels may. They offer easy rolling ability, easy start-up and great durability. Hard Rubber wheels are resistant to most chemicals, oils, grease, solvents and cleaning agents. These wheels are NOT non-marking.
Made of phenolic resin and macerated canvas, phenolic wheels are are a common commodity-choice intended primarily for push/pull applications. Phenolic wheels are hard, and make movement easier, while resisting oil and other chemicals.
The benefits of phenolics include:
• Economically priced
• Resistant to extreme temperatures
• High weight capacities
• Resistant to oils, greases and some liquids
These wheels are recommended for hard flooring , but are not recommended for wet environments*, or for areas where lots of debris is present. Not recommended for towing at high speeds or for use on poor floors.
*When a phenolic caster wheel becomes chipped on impact and gets exposed to moisture, it becomes a sponge. The shape of the phenolic caster wheel will expand and deform, rendering the caster wheel ineffective.
The wheels are made of macerated canvas and phenolic resins. Phenolic, Hi Temp wheels are highly durable and capable of taking shock loads, is floor-protective, non-marking and non-conductive. They are best suited for dry heat applications such as bakery convection ovens and more.
Air filled, rubber wheels that offer maximum floor protection and ability to roll over various obstructions. Well suited for aerospace and other applications, pneumatic wheels provide cushioning and shock absorption, making them ideal for moving fragile loads over a variety of floor surfaces.
These wheels are a lightweight, economical, hard tread wheel that withstands hard impacts and abusive conditions. They provide floor protection, are non-marking and non-conductive and have better abrasion resistance than hard rubber wheels. Ideals for bakeries, dairy, food processors, meat processing, laundries, supermarkets warehouses, manufacturing, these wheels are resistant to water, oils, grease, solvents and many chemicals.
Polyurethane on cast iron wheels are mechanically bonded offer a longer wear time, and feature a higher capacity material than rubber, but will not damage or mark floors like cast iron or steel wheels. Polyurethane wheels possess an unmatched durability by a rubber tread wheels and are engineered to withstand permanent flat spots in the tread, which provides a smooth ride over rough surfaces. Polyurethane resists most chemicals, oils and rejects floor debris.
These wheels are made of precision molded polyurethane mechanically bonded to a polyolefin core. These wheels offer easy roll-ability, floor protection, non-marking and non-conductive performance. Polyurethane resists most chemicals, oils and rejects floor debris.
These wheels have capacities close to those of steel wheels, roll easier than rubber wheels and outlast them as well, featuring precision molded high quality polyurethane chemically bonded to a smooth, polished aluminum core, providing a versatile and strong wheel. These wheels are non-marking, offer great floor protection have great abrasion resistance, oil & chemcial resistance
These wheels feature extra thick, precision molded grey rubber tread that is chemically bonded to an aluminum core, which provides extreme resiliency and mobility. These wheels provide a quiet, cushioned ride on rough surfaces. These wheels offer superior floor protection, are non-marking and non-conductive
Rubber on aluminum wheels are comprised of rubber tread that is chemically bonded to a smooth, polished aluminum wheel core. These wheels are light weight with good load capacity and shock absorption. Rolling over small obstacles is not a problem with these wheels. They are non marking and non-conductive, and resist liquids, oils, greases, cleaning agents and solvents.
Moldon rubber wheels provide excellent floor protection, a cushioned and quiet ride and they absorb shock and vibration, which helps to prolong equipment life.
These wheels are excellent for wet environments, food service equipment, some garbage bins, factory use, hotel equipment and more.
Just like a pneumatic tire, but is filled with a lightweight, microcellular polyurethane foam rather than inflated by air. They retain the lightweight, bounce and cushion of a regular pneumatic tire, without the nuisance of air leaks. Rubber wheels that offer maximum floor protection and ability to roll over various obstructions. Well suited for aerospace and other applications, pneumatic wheels provide cushioning and shock absorption, making them ideal for moving fragile loads over a variety of floor surfaces.
These wheels are made of a soft rubber molded tread, bonded to a hard rubber core. Soft Rubber wheels are a good choice for light average loads, with occasional full capacity loads. Soft Rubber wheels are manufactured of quality materials with a resilient rubber tread bonded to the hard rubber core.
Overloading should be avoided in order to prevent flat spots. Environments/materials to be avoided include oil/ grease, metal chips and high temperature environments.
These wheels are made of liquid cast polyurethane. They are easy to push (designed for medium loads) with easy start-up, are capable of withstanding shock loads and abusive conditions. They are durable and resist abrasions, cracking and chipping, and are floor protective and non marking. Ideal uses for this wheel are tow lines, freezers, and other continuous use applications.
Thermo Plastic Rubber (TPR) wheels are precision molded and mechanically locked to a durable polyolefin core, providing an economical wheel for many applications. They provide a smooth, cushioned ride and can offer excellent flat spot resistance, as well as the ability to overcome small debris and obstacles on the floor. They offer floor protection, are non-marking and non-conductive. These wheels are ideal for quiet, clean environments.
These wheels are constructed from grey iron castings. The 90° grooves, machined into the face of the wheels, direct the load to each face of the inverted angle iron track. V-Groove wheels can also be used to control the flow of a load in various processes and over long distances. These wheels are ideal for heavy loads. The shape of the “V” groove assures proper weight distribute per wheel.