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Monobloc wheel FS series
steelhandlingflanged

monobloc wheel
monobloc wheel
monobloc wheel
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Characteristics

Type
monobloc
Material
steel
Applications
handling
Other characteristics
flanged
Diameter

Min.: 5 in

Max.: 10 in

Load capacity

Min.: 3,000 lb (1,361 kg)

Max.: 20,000 lb (9,072 kg)

Tread width

Min.: 2 in

Max.: 3 in

Description

Do you need wheels with uncompromising strength and load-bearing capacity? If other materials have failed you in the past, consider upgrading to forged steel wheels. These are virtually indestructible, even when used in the toughest, most demanding, and abusive applications. If you have poor-quality floors and need to move the very heaviest of loads, forged steel wheels from RWM Casters are the best choice available! FEATURES Wheel Bearings - Choice of straight roller bearings or precision tapered bearings Temperature Range - -50° to 800°F Hub Length - Can be shortened or lengthened to order Lubrication Fittings - Standard on 2-1/2″ and wider wheels Bores - Sizes can be altered Keyways - Can be installed on most sizes APPLICATIONS In short, forged steel is appropriate for any rigorous, high-capacity application. The incredible strength-to-weight ratio of these caster wheels means they can handle incredible payload capacities. This makes them suitable for bearing the weight of various kinds of industrial equipment. Examples of applications where forged steel wheels could be ideal include: High-temperature settings of up to 800 degrees F, such as autoclaves, bakeries, smokehouses, curing ovens, and mobile powder coating racks Manufacturing settings, including aerospace, tire, automotive, construction, and heavy farm equipment Warehouse applications, such as tow-lines, turntables, and material handling

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.