Reinforced rig with an anti-shock spring system, manufactured in thick carbon steel with stamped and machined parts, swivel section with axial ball bearing and tapered roller bearing. Painted finishing. Bolted wheel axle.
BS – Double-Layered Molded Rubber. Hardness: 80 Shore A. (-20°C to +70°C).
Produced with molded double-layered vulcanized rubber tread over a grey cast iron wheel center. Ideal for external floor applications, offer a great shock and vibration absorption, high resistance to abrasion and longer service life due to their thicker rubber layer. Resistant to chemicals. They can be used at a speed of up to 20km/h when mounted with ball bearings.
Made of stamped steel with single ball raceway and a Chrome-Plated finish. Rivetted wheel axle.
NP – Polypropylene Hardness: 65 Shore D. (-20°C to +70°C)
Injected with recyclable polypropylene copolymer wheel center and tread. Indicated for light and medium loads, roll very easily, requiring low handling effort, resistant to deformation under static loads, with an excellent cost-benefit ratio. They present a good resistance to chemicals and moderate impacts. Nominal working speed is up to 4km/h. Produced with recycled materials.
Reinforced without central pin, with single hardened and guarded ball raceway. Bolted wheel axle.
BC – Molded Polyurethane – Round. Hardness: 90 Shore A. (-40°C to +80°C).
Produced with a molded polyurethane tread and grey cast iron wheel center. Round tread profile offers a reduced floor contact area, easiness for handling and maneuvering, reducing handling effort and low rolling noise level. They offer a superior service life due to their polyurethane layer larger than conventional wheels. They have an excellent resistance to abrasion, impacts, weathering and chemicals such as greases, oils, salts and solvents.They can be used at a speed of up to 20km/h when mounted with ball bearings.
Reinforced rig, made of stamped steel plate and swivel head with double ball raceway, zinc-plated finish. Bolted wheel axle.
F – Cast Iron. Hardness: 160 Brinell. (-40°C to +400°C).
Produced with grey cast iron, they roll easily offering a great handling effort reduction. They are very resistant withstanding high loads and temperatures. They are not indicated to utilization when noise level and floor maintenance are required.