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Wheel Options

Caster wheels come in a wide variety of materials, sizes and treads.  The type and size of wheels chosen depends on:
= the total weight of the load;
= the floor surface and its condition;
= any unusual environmental conditions, such as moisture, extreme heat or cold;
= exposure to chemicals, blood, fats, oil, salt, etc.;
= shock loading;
= noise limitations;
= speeds duration.

Wheels at a Glance

Ductile Iron

Ductile iron wheels feature many of the same characteristics of cast iron; however, the ductile iron wheel has higher tensile and yield strengths. Resists breaking or chipping.


Forged Steel

Fine grain forged steel wheels are precision machined to offer the greatest load capacity, impact strength and rollability. Precision tapered bearings complement the characteristics of these wheels.

Cast Iron


Precision machined cast iron wheels feature premium iron with a heavy duty cross section. These wheels are excellent for high heat applications.           


Polyurethane wheels feature a higher capacity material than rubber, provide longer wear, and will not damage your floors like cast iron or steel. A wide variety of liquid cast polyurethane wheels are offered.

Mold on Rubber

Mold on Rubber offers a cost effective alternative to polyurethane while providing a cushioned and quiet ride for the product being transported. Neoprene and high load compounds are also available.


Non-marking wheels feature a soft, non-marking tire on a rust-free polyolefin core. These non-marking wheels reject floor debris and are highly resistant to most chemicals.

Phenolic Resin


Phenolic resin wheels offer a load carrying capacity approaching that of cast iron or steel wheels. Phenolic resin wheels are a cost effective alternative with increased rollability and will not damage floors.


Solid Polyurethanes

Solid, non-marking polyurethane is used for high load capacities. These wheels are harder than soft rubber and softer than hard rubber and they will not damage floors. Solid polyurethane wheels do not develop flat spots under standing loads.


"V" Grooves are machined from either cast iron or hot forged steel wheels. V-groves work on track or off track and are essential where precise alignment or indexing of equipment is necessary.


Single and dual-flanged wheels operate on a rail for locating fixtures in a precise position for indexing through a work cycle. Premium cast iron and steel is used for the wheel material to provide high strength and long wear.


Pneumatic wheels offer the highest cushioning, shock absorbing caster/wheel, without moving to a more expensive spring loaded caster. Capacities of pneumatics are limited due to the soft cushioning characteristics of the wheel.

No Flats

No flat maintenance free wheels, constructed of solid monoprene material or foam filled. Offers the same great features of a pneumatic wheel, but will not go flat.