Handling wheel type roller 79 series
pallet truckspolyurethanesteel

handling wheel type roller
handling wheel type roller
handling wheel type roller
handling wheel type roller
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pallet trucks, handling
steel, polyurethane
Other characteristics
Outer diameter

80 mm, 82 mm, 85 mm (3.15 in)

Min.: 80 mm (3.15 in)

Max.: 85 mm (3.346 in)


Min.: 70 mm (2.76 in)

Max.: 100 mm (3.94 in)

Load capacity

Min.: 400 daN

Max.: 650 daN


TR-ROLL POLYURETHANE TRANSPALLET ROLLERS, STEEL CENTRE Excellent for use on electric pallet trucks, also in case of heavy loads and high speed handling (up to 12 km/h). They guarantee silent running and vibration damping and are suitable also on uneven surfaces and in presence of obstacles. Their excellent values of rolling resistance make the manual handling of heavy loads easier. TECHNICAL FEATURES LOAD CAPACITY: 400-650 daN ROLLER TREAD: TR-ROLL polyurethane tread; hardness 75 Shore A; excellent rolling resistance and elasticity; highly resistant to wear and to tearing CENTRE: weldless steel ENVIRONMENTS OF USE Designed for industrial environments, even in presence of alcohols, glycols, hydrocarbons. Not recommended in areas with organic acids and mineral acids, base solutions and saturated vapour. FLOORS Suitable for all types of floors, even outdoors. They facilitate the overcoming of obstacles. They do not damage or mark floors. Force required to push or tow a wheel For each load and diameter, the table indicates the force (in daN) needed to push or tow a single wheel at the constant speed of 4 km/h on smooth flooring. For manual handling of a 4-wheeled trolley we recommend diameters that have values < 5 daN, for frequent handling we recommend diameters with values < 3 daN.


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