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Polyurethane coated on aluminum core casters

5.0 (3 reviews)

ACPUSP-5”/6”/8”

Description

Polyurethane coated on aluminum core casters
Wheel size:5inch x 50mm , 6inch x 50mm , 8inch x 50mm
Material:Aluminum Core and (Polyurethane) PU tread
Plate Size:146mm x 107mm
Mount Hole:105mm x 80mm
Mounting Hole :Ø11mm x 13mm
Loading:250kg~500kg

Caster No. Wheel Material Bearing Plate Mount Hole Height Loading
ACPUSP-5 125 x 50 AL + PU Ball Bearing 140 x 110 105 x 80 11 x 13 161 250 kg
ACPUSP-6 160 x 50 AL + PU Ball Bearing 140 x 110 105 x 80 11 x 13 193 320 kg
ACPUSP-6-1 160 x 50 AL + PU Ball Bearing 140 x 110 105 x 80 11 x 13 197 380 kg
ACPUSP-8 200 x 50 AL + PU Ball Bearing 140 x 110 105 x 80 11 x 13 232 350 kg
ACPUSP-8-1 200 x 50 AL + PU Ball Bearing 140 x 110 105 x 80 11 x 13 237 500 kg

3 reviews for Polyurethane coated on aluminum core casters

  1. admin

    What are PU casters?
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    Polyurethane on Cast Iron are the most common wheels used in industrial caster applications. Cast Iron wheels are extremely durable and rugged, and capable of carrying heavy loads, loads as great as 11,000 lbs on a single high density thick tread polyurethane wheel.

  2. admin

    What material is PU for wheels?
    Polyurethane
    Polyurethane (PU) wheels are a unique product that offers the elasticity of rubber wheels combined with the toughness and durability of metal wheels. This makes polyurethane the perfect tread for transportation wheels, traction wheels and guiding rollers.

  3. admin

    What is difference between polyurethane and rubber casters?
    Polyurethane casters can usually carry heavier weights than rubber casters because of the hardness of the material. Also, polyurethane casters can have very thin threads compared to rubber casters, which increases their load capacity. Polyurethane casters are also more resistant to splitting and tearing.

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