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Wheels - Metal Wheels

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Shop here for steel & metal caster wheels. Metal caster wheels offer the highest weight capacity and perform well in severe and abusive applications, however, they are the harshest caster wheel type for floors. For floor protective wheels, be sure to check out our polyurethane wheels.

These heavy duty casters wheels come in several types of metal. The difference between theses industrial steel wheels is listed below. If you need assistance selecting the right caster for your application or don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or email, we would be happy to help.

Sintered Iron: made from super compressed powdered iron into wheel molds that a strong, durable, attractive, & cost effective solution for light-medium duty loads

Heavy Duty Cast Iron: made from cast metal with thicker spokes and hubs than standard cast iron wheels. Offers a durable and cost effective solution for heavy loads

Ductile Steel: made from a combination of alloys that give it a higher weight capacity than cast iron and is more economical than forged steel.

Forged Steel: made from ASTM 1045 high carbon steel that is hot drop forged. Offers the maximum weight capacity, impact strength, and durability of all the metal wheels.

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Wheels - Grooved Wheels

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Shop here for V groove caster wheels! These industrial V groove wheels are designed to guide equipment by rolling on inverted angle iron track, however, they can also operate while not on a track thanks to the tread on either side of the v-groove. From heavy duty v-groove wheels to light duty v-groove wheels, and an assortment of sizes to choose from, you can find the right wheel for your application. 

If you need assistance selecting the right wheel for your application or don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or email, we would be happy to help.

Please note if more than one track is being used, it is critical for the tracks to be parallel, strait and level. Otherwise the wheels could bind or derail. Recommend track tolerance is 1/64" per 20 Feet.

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Wheels - Flanged Wheels

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Shop here for flanged caster wheels! Flanged wheels are designed to operate on steel rails. When the wheels rolls along the rails it provides directional control as the material passes through the plant, and by rolling on a track it prevents costly damage to the floor.  There are both single flanged wheels and double flanged wheels available. These is also a choice between steel and nylon flanged wheels. The steel wheels will offer more capacity while the nylon wheels offer greater resistance to moisture and chemicals. 

If you need assistance selecting the right replacement caster wheel for your application or don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or email, we would be happy to help.

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Wheels - Phenolic Wheels

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Shop here for phenolic caster wheels! These wheels are made using phenolic resin mixed with macerated canvas which yields a high capacity and high impact wheel. Phenolic wheels hard tread (90 Shore D) will not flat spot over time which is why it is often used on Bar-B-Que pits and other equipment that is under constant heavy loads. Phenolic wheels are resistant to oil, grease, solvents, non-metallic, & non-sparking. They have a temperature range of -40° to 250° F, with intermittent use up to 300° F. Phenolic caster wheels are not recommend for wet applications where the wheel will be in standing water. These wheels are also one of the most economically priced caster wheels and often is used in place of steel wheel casters.

If you need assistance selecting the right wheel for your application or don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or email, we would be happy to help.

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Rubber Wheels

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There are two types of rubber caster wheels, hard tread & soft tread, with majority of rubber wheels having a soft tread. The softer tread provides excellent cushion, is quiet, and offers maximum floor protection. The down side to rubber caster wheels is they do not offer as high of capacities as other wheels. If you need more capacity and still have a floor protective wheel, check out our polyurethane wheels. 

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Wheels - Pneumatic Wheels

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Shop here for pneumatic (air) and flat free caster wheels. These castor wheels have wide tread faces that are ideal for rolling on grass, dirt, and other similar terrains. The wheels also provide a softer tread that provide a smooth cushioned ride, rolling easily over debris and other small obstacles. The wheels are often used on hand trucks, dollies, equipment carts, generators, and many other applications.

 

 

If you are trying to match an existing wheel, do the following. First, check to see if there is a size already on the wheel, for example, 4.10 x 3.50-4. If a size is not provided, measure the wheels outside diameter and width. Next, check the hub length. The hub length is the measurement if you were to stick a measuring tape through the wheel and measure from end to end. Note that some hubs are offset, meaning that protrude further to one side, and some are centered, meaning they protrude the same distance to each side. Finally, measure the bearing ID. The bearing ID will be the same as the shaft size. Once you have these measurements you can find the matching wheel. 

 

 

If you need assistance selecting the right wheel for your application or don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or email, we would be happy to help.

 

 

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Wheels - High Temp Wheels

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Shop a variety of high temperature caster wheels. With temperatures up 1300F you can stop worrying about the heat slowing you down! We offer high temp wheels for a wide range of applications. 

Some popular applications include bakery racks, powder coating rooms, autoclaves, and industrial ovens just to name a few. 

If you need assistance selecting the right caster for your application or don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or email, we would be happy to help.

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Retort & Plastic Wheels

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Plastic caster wheels are solid injected molded polyolefin which yields a high shock load, impact resistant, and abrasion resistant wheel. These wheels are lightweight yet hold high weight capacities and are also non-marking. They also are washable, impervious to water, and highly resistant to solvents, oils, grease, most chemicals, and cleaning solutions. It is because of these many features and economical price point that plastic casters are very popular. We recommend these wheels for many applications, however, if you need a soft cushioned ride, we recommend you look at the thermos plastic rubber wheel or polyurethane wheels. 

Retort caster wheels are most often used in food facilities, such as meat packing plants, because their white color easily shows whether the wheel is clean or not. The wheels is made out of heavy duty plastic and are designed to not crack or chip. These wheels are lightweight yet hold high weight capacities and are also non-marking. They also are washable, impervious to water, and highly resistant to solvents, oils, grease, most chemicals, and cleaning solutions. The temperature range is -20° to 290° F.

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Concrete Saw Wheels

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Shop a our selection of concrete saw wheels. Easy to order, fast to ship!

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Light Duty Steel Wheels

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Shop here for semi-pneumatic wheels. The light duty steel wheels are flat free and are often found on lawn furniture, carts, wagons, light duty hand trucks, barbecue grills, trash containers, and other light duty applications. 

 

 

If you are trying to match an existing wheel, do the following. First, check to see if there is a size already on the wheel, for example, 6 x 1.5. If a size is not provided, measure the wheels outside diameter and width. Next, check the hub length. The hub length is the measurement if you were to stick a measuring tape through the wheel and measure from end to end. Note that some hubs are offset, meaning that protrude further to one side, and some are centered, meaning they protrude the same distance to each side. Finally, measure the bearing ID. The bearing ID will be the same as the shaft size. Once you have these measurements you can find the matching wheel. 

 

 

If you need assistance selecting the right wheel for your application or don’t see what you are looking for, give us a call or email, we would be happy to help.

 

 

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