Wheels and Castors
Solid rubber, polyurethane or pneumatic tires? You will always find the right solution with us – and at excellent value for money.
Our plastic rims are made primarily from semi-crystalline thermoplastic polymers and possess the following properties: high fatigue strength, high impact strength, high rigidity as well as good chemical resistance (against oils, gasoline, greases, weak alkalis).
In addition to our standard products, we also offer designs with different installation dimensions, bores, axles and colors on request.
Main areas of application include:
- food industry
- warehouse logistics
- transport sector
What is the difference between rubber and plastic castors?
Solid rubber is often used as a standard material. It is quiet, easy on the floor and well suited for uneven surfaces. That said, solid rubber wheels wear out more quickly and can leave black marks.
Plastic polyurethane wheels, on the other hand, offer significantly higher load-bearing capacity. They suffer less wear, are cut-resistant to metal chips and relatively resistant to chemical substances.