Swivel caster 53
base platecustomhigh load capacity

swivel caster
swivel caster
swivel caster
swivel caster
swivel caster
swivel caster
swivel caster
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base plate
Other characteristics
high load capacity, monobloc, custom, industrial, steel, rubber
Wheel diameter

Min.: 5 in

Max.: 10 in

Load capacity

1,800 lb (816 kg)


HEAVY-DUTY CASTERS RWM’s casters feature thicker legs and a 3/4” diameter axle that improves on our very popular 52 Series. This caster is designed to stand up to most heavy-duty industrial caster applications and is proudly Made in the U.S.A. If you don’t see what you want, let our engineering team custom design a caster for your individual application. Features caster is available in 5”, 8”, and 10” diameters with a 2-1/2” wheel width. This gives the finished caster an overall height of 7-1/8” to 12-1/16”. Depending on the wheel diameter and wheel composition, each wheel has a capacity of between 540 lbs. and 1800 lbs. This gives you considerable flexibility to design a caster ideally suited for your needs and operations. Caster can be paired with the following wheel types: Cast Iron Rubber on Iron V-Groove Iron Durastan Urethane on Iron Forged Steel GT As with any caster, customization is key, and at RWM, we make it easy to add additional features to improve the wheel’s performance. For example, the 53 Series caster can be customized to include cam wheel brakes, swivel locks, high or low-temperature lubrication, sealed swivel raceways, and wheel seals. Applications Caster caster is ideal for use on movable racks, utility trucks, corrugated box trucks, and maintenance carts. It can also be affixed to caster-mounted production jigs and used in conveyor and dragline operations. Indeed, this highly versatile caster is designed to handle the toughest tasks with ease and precision.

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