Definition and application of industrial casters


Industrial casters are a series of casters mainly used in factories and industrial machinery. Due to the particularity of their use, industrial casters usually have a strong overall impact resistance and strength. In order to achieve high strength, industrial casters are generally made of super polyurethane, reinforced nylon or rubber. Industrial caster brackets are usually made of high-quality steel plates, and the internal structure is usually installed in an integrated mold to ensure the stability of the overall structure.
In terms of applications, industrial casters are also used in different applications, and industrial casters have different application options:
First, in supermarkets, schools, hospitals, office buildings, hotels, etc., because of the good ground environment and high flatness of these places, the operation and quietness of industrial casters are usually the same. The plated caster frame, which is usually formed by sheet metal stamping, is easy to operate and the key is to have a good mute effect.
Second, in some places where the ground driving environment is lacking, such as warehouses and factories or simply external cement roads, the cargo handling load phenomenon is very common. Therefore, it is necessary to first consider the bearing capacity of the casters. It is necessary to select medium and heavy-duty casters. The steel plate is stamped and has a double row ball welded wheel frame.
Third, in the automobile manufacturing, clothing and textile occasions, the characteristics of large caster load and long driving distance are very obvious. Industrial casters in these occasions usually need to be welded into a caster frame with a steel plate with a thickness of 8-12mm, so that the casters can withstand high altitude. load.