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Factory Sale Medical appliance casters

5.0 (4 reviews)

P90ER-3”/4”

Description

Product Name:Factory Sale Medical appliance casters

Medical appliance casters
Material: PP core with TPR wheel
Size:Ø75 x 22mm ; Ø100 x 30mm
Load Capacity:45kg,60kg
Bearing:Ball Bearing

Caster No. Wheel Material Bearing Stem Height Loading
P90ER-3 75 x 22 PP + TPR Ball Bearing M12 x 25 118 40 kg
P90ER-4 100 x 30 PP + TPR Ball Bearing M12 x 25 153 60 kg

 

What size Medical appliance casters should I use?
The conventional wisdom is that the bigger the wheel, the easier it rolls, so you should use Medical appliance casters with the largest wheel diameter that is practical for the job at hand. A wheel that is large in diameter will help you cover ground more quickly than a smaller wheel, and can generally handle larger capacities as well.

What are the different Medical appliance casters?
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When considering maneuverability, there are two basic kinds of caster: rigid Medical appliance casters and swivel Medical appliance casters. A rigid caster, also known as a fixed caster, is only able to roll forward and backward. A swivel caster has a raceway that allows the wheel to turn.

What are Medical appliance casters on a refrigerator?
Commercial refrigerator Medical appliance casters provide your refrigerated equipment with easy mobility and enable cleaning underneath them.

How do I choose a caster?
Generally, the greater the weight, the larger the wheel required for the caster. Larger wheels distribute weight and roll more easily over floor obstructions. To determine the load capacity for each caster, divide the combined weight of the equipment and maximum load by the number of Medical appliance casters to be used.

How do I choose a Medical appliance casters?
How to choose the right Medical appliance casters or wheel
1 Choose the range based on what you are using it for, and how much load it will carry.
2 Choose a wheel, based on the floor surface it will be travelling on. …
3 Choose the diameter of the wheel. …
4 Choose the bearing type. …
5 Choose the type of brake and Medical appliance casters configuration.

Are all refrigerators on wheels?
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Fortunately most refrigerators have wheels on the back for easy maneuvering. There are a few of different methods you can use to get your fridge across the floor without leaving a trail of scratch marks.

 

The Importance of the Right Casters on Medical Equipment in a Healthcare Environment

Design Medical Equipment with Operator Experience & Workplace Ergonomics in Mind by Selecting the Right Medical Medical appliance casterss
design medical equipment medical Medical appliance casterss darcorTo understand the importance of using the right Medical appliance casterss on medical equipment in a healthcare environment, let us examine a scene in an archetypal hospital where patients, carts and sensitive equipment are constantly ushered to various rooms, crossing multiple floors and possibly traveling long distance. Since the environment is in flux, it is imperative to consider the performance and failure rates of Medical appliance casterss when evaluating the design of medical equipment both using original Medical appliance casterss and replacement Medical appliance casterss.

While failure rates are easy to measure, quantifying the performance of Medical appliance casterss can be relatively difficult especially because Medical appliance casterss tend to become less efficient over time. Just because a Medical appliance casters is still functional, it is not necessarily performing optimally. To illustrate, wrong Medical appliance casterss may fail to absorb shock optimally whereby constantly transferring unacceptable shocks to both the equipment and the operator, leading to breakdown of the equipment and potential injuries to the operator (an often overlooked health and safety issue). Additionally, an untimely Medical appliance casters failure can put critical equipment temporarily out of use.

Since Medical appliance casterss need to constantly perform at their peak and be durable to create a positive impact on ROI, the logical next step is to examine how to identify the right Medical appliance casterss for intended applications. Here are a few key points to consider:

a) Wheel Material: The wheel material that you select impacts a variety of performance parameters. Popular choices for medical applications include Neoprene and Urethane wheels which are considered quiet, non-marking and shock absorbent. Accounting for these factors creates an environment which restricts noise levels for both patients and operators, reduces risk of damaging floors, while also extenuating damages to the equipment and injury to personnel.

b) Load Capacity: In general, it is recommended that each Medical appliance casters should have the capacity to support one-third of the total load weight of the load.

c) Floor and Environmental Conditions: Floor conditions could include towing equipment on greasy surfaces. Environmental conditions could include exposure to harsh chemicals, etc. These factors need to be weighed when selecting Medical appliance casterss. For example, the CARTWASHABLE? Medical appliance casters series resist corrosion due to exposure to chemicals and therefore make a great match for equipment used in operating rooms, laundry rooms, etc.

d) Requirements for braking and locking mechanism: There are various options available. Usually, the braking and locking mechanism on medical Medical appliance casterss is more complex than on industrial Medical appliance casterss.

e) Wheel Diameter and Bearing: Optimal wheel diameter and bearing selection will have a positive impact on maximizing mobility and enhancing workplace ergonomics.

f) g-force (a measurement of the type of acceleration that causes a perception of weight): A lower g-force improves shock absorption and provides extra protection to the equipment while also assisting to reduce injury risks to operators.

g) Durability: Consider the number of kilometers a single piece of medical equipment is expected to travel during its product life cycle. Medical appliance casterss with durability curate replacement costs.

h) IEC / ISO Specifications:

IEC 60601: Technical standard for the safety and effectiveness of medical equipment
ISO 22881: Requirement for use on manually propelled equipment for institution applications
ISO 22882: Requirements for castors for hospital beds
ISO 22883: Requirement for applications up to 4 km/h
ISO 22884: Requirement for applications over 16 km/h
For the OEMs, besides considering the points above that end-users value, the following can be factored in:

a) Aesthetics, a key element of product design: In an era where form is considered as important as function, imagine a situation where a cutting edge ultrasound machine is outfitted with Medical appliance casterss that appear more like tools added purely for their functional value. This would reduce the premium feel of the equipment. Similar to cutting edge automobiles which use wheels to enhance the function as well as the appearance of their products, Medical appliance casterss can be used to add to the overall design and premium feel of the medical equipment.

b) Using Medical appliance casterss with a positive reputation: Many end-users prefer Medical appliance casterss from trustworthy and well-known manufacturers therefore including these Medical appliance casterss on the original equipment creates additional value for the end-users.

c) Collaborating with Medical appliance casters manufacturers at the early stage of new product development: To ensure that Medical appliance casterss are “right” for the intended application, it is a great practice to involve Medical appliance casters manufacturers early in the product design process. Early inputs from Medical appliance casters manufacturers can reduce the time to market and significantly improve design value.

Selecting the right Medical appliance casterss makes a positive impact to a variety of key areas including longevity of equipment and enhanced workplace ergonomics. The right Medical appliance casterss improve efficiency and productivity and, in turn, ROI.

 

4 reviews for Factory Sale Medical appliance casters

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    Factory Sale Medical appliance casters

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    BENEFITS OF USING BETTER HOSPITAL CASTERS
    Once you replace the cheap, commodity casters on your hospital carts, mobile workstations and IV poles, you’ll start seeing some noticeable improvements throughout your facility.

    For one thing, you’ll see noise levels caused by casters significantly drop. Your staff will report that your equipment is up to 50% easier to push and pull. You will see your floor maintenance costs drop as your staff start spending less time and fewer resources removing marks and repairing damaged floors. Finally, you can expect to see patient satisfaction improve, as evidenced by improved HCAHPS scores.

    CONCLUSION
    Your hospital can’t treat patients until your staff first diagnose their ailments. Diagnosis always precedes cure. If you’ve read this far, you now know the top-four pains that you are likely experiencing because of commodity casters in your hospital. Now you are in a position to prescribe a cure.

    Incidentally, your cure can start today with a complimentary consultation with the team at Caster Connection. We take a consultative approach to solving the problems caused by inferior casters.

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    WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A HOSPITAL CASTER
    The cure for these top-four pains caused by commodity hospital casters is better, hospital-designed casters. If your casters are too noisy, hard to move or costly to maintain, or if they are damaging your floors, look for the following qualities in your replacement casters.
    High-quality wheel material such as polyurethane: These wheels store and exude energy to reduce noise-causing vibrations, and deliver a smooth and quiet ride.
    Wheels with a debris-rejecting quality: Wheels made from durable polyurethane are soft enough to be quiet but hard enough that the tread doesn’t mark floors or retain debris.
    Long swivel lead: These make carts much easier to push, pull, turn, maneuver into place and stop.
    Bearings: Casters with bearings are quieter, easier to maneuver and last longer.

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