An affordable, yet rugged caster for everyday use.
Single-ball race construction.
Made from heavy-gauge steel. Nut and bolt axles. Zinc plated.
Made in USA.
FOB Shipping Point.
PAYRON – Semi-steel machined gray iron.
PAYFLEX – Cushion rubber, non-marking tread.
PAYROCK – Hard rubber, fibrous compound.
Rugged cold-forged steel series features two separate and large diameter ball bearing raceways.
Includes lubrication fittings.
Made in USA.
Top plate is 1/4″ cold forged and measures 4 x 4-1/2″. Bolt hole is 2-5/8″ x 3-5/8″, slotted to 3 x 3″. 1/4″ upper and lower raceways. 5/16″ load balls. 1/4″ balls for lower …
Heavy loads keep on rolling with these rugged cold-forged constructed casters.
One-piece swivel horn/fork design with no welds distributes loads across the larger portion of the ball race.
One-piece combination lower ball race and king pin improves structure rigidity and easier swiveling. 3/4″ king pin is orbital cold formed for superior strength …
Built from heavy plate steel with hardened bearings and sealed raceways for extra heavy load capacities.
Equipped with a hardened 1″ king bolt welded to the top plate? won’t stretch or break loose.
Features precision tapered thrust bearing with dust seal in lower raceway. Replaceable bolt axles and hardened steel bushings. Bearing …
When mounted to the underside of a piece of equipment, casters and wheels make it easier for personnel or machinery to transport a load or group of items from one place to another in a manufacturing or distribution facility. Typical industrial applications include platform trucks, carts, hand trucks, assemblies and tow line conveyor carriers.
There are several types of casters and wheels. These include:
Rigid (or stationary) casters ? These fixed-position casters feature a wheel mounted to a stationary fork (also called a horn). The wheel can only roll along a straight line path. Accessories, such as wheel locks, prevent the caster wheel from moving to hold the load in place.
Swivel casters ? Featuring a wheel mounted to a fork (also called a horn) that is mounted to a pivoting swivel joint, these casters can rotate a full 360? so the wheel can roll in any direction. Accessories, including caster locks, prevent the caster from swiveling to move the load in a single direction.
Wheels ? Offered in a wide variety of hardness, materials, sizes, and treads. Wheel materials include:
The appropriate choice of caster wheels depends on many application-specific factors, such as:
Amount of use
Environmental conditions (moisture, extreme temperature)
Exposure to chemicals or liquids
Floor surface and condition
Casters and wheels are used in a variety of areas to support processing and picking throughout a facility:
Assembly: Transporting loads to, from and through assembly processes
Order picking: On carts and forklifts, transporting pallets and totes throughout a facility
Production: Moving in-process parts through a production line
Replenishment: Transferring items from storage to picking locations
Transport: Moving loads and equipment throughout a facility
Casters and wheels provide a variety of benefits:
Mobility ? Adding wheels and casters to a platform or piece of equipment makes it easy to transport a load or machinery throughout a facility to support processing and handling
Ergonomics ? Because they facilitate motion, wheels and casters lessen physical strains and stresses on personnel as they move heavy loads
Transport ? Wheels and casters enable easier storage and manufacturing processes because they help to speed the travel of component parts and inventory throughout a facility
Casters and wheels are used in nearly every industry, including:
Warehousing and distribution