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High Quality Medical cart casters with brake



Product Name:High Quality Medical cart casters with brake

Medical cart casters with brake
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 Plate Mount Hole Height Loading
P90SPB-3 75 x 22 PP + TPR Ball Bearing 92 x 64 72 x 44 10.5 120 40 kg
P90SPB-4 100 x 30 PP + TPR Ball Bearing 92 x 64 72 x 44 10.5 155 60 kg

2020 Buyer’s Guide to Medical cart casters with brake

Are you coming up with an idea to buy an affordable Medical cart casters with brake for medical equipments? Check out the 2020 new Medical cart casters with brake buying guide for medical cart and other medical equipments we’ll offer you the best Medical cart casters with brake of 2020 with custom casters service to fit your medical equipments projects, ideas and plans.

What is a Medical cart casters with brake?

A Medical cart caster with brake is a medical cart that can be locked. The material  is PP core with TPR Wheel.It can be made into to size,the Ø75 x 22mm and Ø100 x 30mm.This kind of Medical cart casters with brake can bear 45Kg-60Kg,and it is the Ball Bearing.

When You need to be able to transport medical equipment from room to room so patients get what they need fast.  A place to start is to shop for Medical cart casters with brake to add caster wheels to the bottom of whatever it is you need to make mobile.There are six kinds of Medical cart casters with brake below:

Autoclave Casters:Designed to withstand high temperatures, these casters can easily transport your autoclave machine where ever you need. Features include dual ball swivel, plastic thread guards for extra protection, and 304 polished stainless steel casters.
Chrome Casters: Available with or without a brake, these casters come with a grip ring or threaded stem.
IV Cart Caster: IVs need to be mobile to move with your patient. These casters come in many sizes with or without brakes, per your specification.
Nylon Casters: Made with Nylon instead of metal, these carts are affordable and won’t scratch up your floors.
Razor Casters: These won’t scuff up your floors either, but they do have a great swivel.
Wheel Chair Casters: Instead of buying a new wheel chair, replace the casters with one of these and save a lot money.

How Does a Medical cart caster with brake Work?

Medical cart caster with brake is a caster wheel to the bottom of whatever it is you need to make mobile.The Medical cart caster with brake rotates perpendicular to the turning radius and provides a smooth turn. This can be seen on a shopping cart as the front wheels rotate at different velocities, with different turning radius depending on how tight a turn is made.

Due to the nature of the medical industry, casters for medical usage require special considerations. Exposure to fluids and chemicals often require frequent wash-downs, and quiet mobility provides recovering patients with one less distraction. Stainless Steel casters and Nylon-bodied casters are rust resistant and can withstand exposure to chemicals and washdowns. Precision bearings in both swivel raceways and wheels provide a smooth, quiet ride for both cart and patient. While they may be labeled “medical,” these casters are also great for any environment where chemicals are possible, or when a quiet caster is preferred.

What is a Medical cart caster with brake Used For?

Medical cart casters with brake are medical-grade casters used for a variety of uses, including hospital bed, medical cart, IV poles and ventilators, and other medical equipment.

Regardless of the application, helping to provide safety and a pleasant patient experience is of utmost importance. To ensure the best environment is provided for healing patients, hospitals are graded by patients via HCAHPS survey scores. HCAHPS (the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) is a patient satisfaction survey, enforced by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, for hospitals in the United States. In order to ensure that casters do not detract from patients’ experience in a hospital, medical casters need to be extremely smooth and quiet.

Below, you’ll find all of our medical casters that meet our high standards for this industry. Contact us if you don’t see what you need or if you would like some guidance in purchasing medical casters.

Learn more about the products in our Medical cart caster with brake to find out if these casters are right for your application. To get more info or place an order, simply contact us online or email

What are the Advantages and Benefits of Medical cart caster with brake?

Medical cart caster with brake is attached to objects to make them easier to move. Here are some of the benefits of using Medical cart caster with brake.

Adds Mobility

The most obvious benefit of Medical cart caster with brake is the ease of moving equipment. This can not only save time in loading or unloading, but can save energy as well. Personnel will not get exhausted and may not get injured trying to move heavy or awkward cargo. In addition to making equipment easier to move, swivel casters allow you to move it in any direction.

Saves Time

It makes sense that if something is easier to move, it will move more quickly. In a facility where products or equipment is being moved frequently, casters will speed up the process. This can decrease time in manufacturing, loading, and unloading, which can increase productivity and profits.


Another benefit is the wide range of Medical cart caster with brake that are available. They come in different sizes and materials to accommodate any situation. For example, plate-mounted casters can help transport heavy loads and swivel casters make it easier to move shopping carts and office chairs. There are certain materials suitable for high temperatures, working around chemicals, and transporting fragile cargo.

Heavy-Duty Strength and Durability

Medical cart casters with brake are especially beneficial for industrial applications. Industrial casters can handle up to 100,000 pounds and are made to last. They provide a lot of support to the equipment but also lessen the resistance to facilitate moving.

Twin vs. Single Wheel Casters

Two is usually better than one and this is true for casters. When you have two wheels, the load-bearing capacity increases. Also, you can use smaller wheels instead of having to opt for a larger one to bear more weight. This can be helpful if you do not want to add to the height of the load. Lastly, dual wheels can pivot easier since each one can swivel independently from the other.

How Much Does a Medical cart caster with brake Cost?

According to different configurations and requirements for Medical cart caster with brake,  has a price range from $7 to $25. If you want to buy a Medical cart caster with brake overseas, the fee of shipping costs, tax, and customs clearance should be included in the final price.



Medical cart casters with brakeTo Eliminate Noise
The most common complaint that hospital patients have these days is not with the hospital food. It’s with the carts that the food comes on.

Why? Because hospital dietary carts are noisy. Patients hear these carts long before they see them. They hear the familiar chattering of the casters, the rumbling of the hard wheels on hard hospital floors, the grinding of metal axles on plastic wheel cores, and the squeaking of caster components that are long overdue for a greasing.

Hospital carts, whether they are medical carts, food service delivery carts or flatbed carts, are notorious for their noise. And noise, according to Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS), is the top complaint among hospital patients, staff and visitors.

Hospital noise levels sometimes hit 80 decibels—double the recommended level for overnight noise. Just to give you some context, a chainsaw produces around 80 decibels of noise.

The noise levels in many hospitals are now so high that even the World Health Organization (WHO) has determined that they exceed international recommendations. The WHO suggests that average hospital sound levels should not exceed 35 decibels, with a maximum of 40 decibels overnight.

But today, hospital noise levels sometimes hit 80 decibels—double the recommended level for overnight noise. Just to give you some context, a chainsaw produces around 80 decibels of noise.

Hospital noise is clearly a problem with patients, as evidenced by the low scores that many patients give on HCAHPS surveys. HCAHPS surveys are administered to a random sample of patients within six weeks of their discharge date. Hospitals must collect surveys throughout the month, and they must collect 300 surveys per year.

The HCAHPS survey consists of 27 questions about critical aspects of the hospital experience. One of those questions is explicitly about noise. It asks, “During this hospital stay, how often was the area around your room quiet at night?” patients can answer “Never,” “Sometimes,” “Usually” or “Always.” Too many patients are answering “Never” and “Sometimes.” And the culprit in many cases is noisy casters on hospital carts.

But excessive hospital noise isn’t just a nuisance for patience, aggravating their stay, increasing their stress and disrupting their sleep. Hospital noise also affects patient outcomes. According to research conducted by a team from King’s College London and the University of the Arts London, coronary care patients treated during noisy periods have a higher incidence of re-hospitalization compared with patients who are treated during quieter periods.

Medical carts are noisy because they typically feature commodity casters. Cart manufacturers equip their carts with cheap casters to keep the purchase price down, but someone pays the price for these cheap casters, and that someone is the patient who must endure the noise they make.

The commodity casters on medical carts are noisy for three main reasons:

Wrong Tread Material: The rubber is too hard. It cannot absorb and distribute impact, making the wheels noisy when rolling.
Loose Raceways: Casters with loose raceways produce the chatter noise commonly associated with casters.
No Bearings: Most hospital carts, IV poles and mobile workstations feature casters that don’t have any bearings. Instead, the metal axle grinds on the plastic core of the wheel, producing noise.
Hospitals are replacing the commodity casters on their carts with casters that are engineered and manufactured to meet the exacting requirements of hospitals and healthcare facilities.

These casters feature wheels made from high-quality polyurethane, which stores and exudes energy to reduce noise-causing vibrations, and deliver a smooth and quiet ride. These casters also feature sealed bearings that distribute loads, reduce friction and reduce noise.

Hospitals typically notice a marked improvement once they replace their noisy commodity casters. The most noticeable difference is the reduced noise levels. This quickly translates into an improved patient experience, with patients experiencing less stress and agitation, and enjoying a better quality of sleep.

Better casters also eventually improve HCAHPS scores, as increasing numbers of patients check the boxes for “Usually” or “Always” when answering the survey question about how often the area around their room was quiet at night.

And the benefits of quieter casters also go home with patients, with increasing numbers of them experiencing lower incidence of re-hospitalization compared with patients who are treated in noisier facilities.

Most hospital administrators don’t spend much of their day thinking about casters, but plenty of the patients in their hospitals do. Hospital casters are noisy. And noisy casters create annoyed patients. But increasing numbers of hospitals and healthcare facilities are improving their patient experiences and improving patient outcomes by replacing the noisy, commodity casters on their medical carts with casters that are designed, engineered and manufactured for quiet hospital environments.

If your hospital or healthcare facility has a problem with noisy casters, read our white paper, Wheels of Fortune: How Improving the Casters in Your Healthcare Facility Reduces Noise, Enhances Patient Satisfaction, and Drives Ergonomics. Or, if you are ready to talk solutions, click below.

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