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Scaffolding Caster Wheel

5.0 (9 reviews)

M57STWB-3”/4”/5”/6”

Description

Wheel Material:TPE,PU,TPU
Size:3” x 32mm ; 4” x 32mm ; 5” x 32mm ; 6” x 40mm
Loading Capacity:90kg-120kg
Bearing Type:Single / Dual Ball Bearing
Type Optional: Rigid,Plate Swivel,Thread Swivel,Stem Swivel

Caster No. Wheel Material Bearing Plate Mount Height Hole Dia Thread Stem Loading
M57STWB-3 75 x 32 PU Ball Bearing 95 x 67 71 x 45 115 8.5 M12 x 25 Ø11 x 35 90 kg
M57STWB-4 100 x 32 PU Ball Bearing 95 x 67 71 x 45 135 8.5 M12 x 25 Ø11 x 35 100 kg
M57STWB-5 125 x 32 PU Ball Bearing 95 x 67 71 x 45 165 8.5 M16 x 30 Ø11 x 35 110 kg
M57STWB-6 150 x 40 PU Ball Bearing 95 x 67 71 x 45 190 8.5 M16 x 30 Ø11 x 35 120 kg

 

Mobility can be important for scaffolding. It can be very heavy, the ability to add casters and move it let’s contractors do jobs in significantly less time. If your business frequently uses scaffolding for work, we’ve got the caster wheels needed to get the job done.

We have two kinds of wheels for scaffolding in stock: cast-iron and polycarbonate. Rest assured, we only offers products that will serve you well for a long time. Our cast-iron wheels are heavily built, they are tough. The polycarbonate version is lighter and resists marking with only slightly less load capacity, but they cost a little bit more.

When it comes to caster wheels, it’s better to prioritize quality over savings. These workhorse wheels must last without fault. While there are cheap options that might do the job in the short term, they may lack the features that provide durability – which make for a good investments. Scaffolding casters should have secure brakes, heavy-duty components to withstand loads, and grease fittings to keep them running smoothly. You’ll find such wheels here at Huanxin.

As a leader in the scaffolding industry, you can expect us to have all the accessories for your scaffolding. Casters are only one of the many items we carry; we also have frames, walk boards, side-brackets, safety equipment, and much more.

Questions? Send us email sales@medicalcastersco.com.

2020 Buyer’s Guide to Scaffolding Caster Wheel

Mobility is a big part of scaffoldings. Given that it is so heavy, the ability to move it provides convenience that is otherwise not offered to a lot of contractors. If your business frequently uses scaffolding for work, let HuanXin provide you with the Scaffolding Caster Wheel needed to get the job done.

We have three kinds of caster wheels in stock: cast-iron, polycarbonate, and multifunction wheels. We have provided a brief description of each in our website in order to help customers. Rest assured that HuanXin only offers products that will serve you well for a long time. After all, these wheels will carry hundreds of pounds in heavy loads at any time. With us, you can be sure of the quality of our scaffolding wheels for sale.

When it comes to caster wheels, it’s better to prioritize quality over savings. These workbench wheels must last long without fault, and while there are cheap options that would have no problem for daily use, they may lack the features or simple durability that makes for a good investment. Scaffold casters should have secure brakes, heavy-duty quality, and must be able to hold heavy workbenches. You’ll find such wheels at HuanXin..

As a leading scaffolding vendor, you can expect us to have all the accessories for your scaffolding. Casters are only one of the many items we carry at HuanXin; we also have frames, walking planks, rails and safety equipment, and many more. Anything you need, order as much as you want or contact us if you can’t find it on our page. You can also get in touch with one of our sales representatives for more information.

 

For quick online service please email us: sales@medicalcastersco.com and a Caster Expert will help you answer any questions.

 

With scaffolding castors you make commercially available scaffolds mobile. The castors are simply inserted into the tube of the static scaffold and make it mobile and safe at the same time. With the scaffold castors, larger and smaller scaffolds can be converted or retrofitted at low cost. This makes all work on a wide variety of construction projects in the vertical plane, on walls, projections and ceilings easier, as the scaffolding can now be moved by the working person without any problems. This simplifies many construction and assembly tasks and reduces the number of personnel required.

Of course, the scaffolds are safely braked after moving. Our scaffold castors are tested in accordance with DIN EN 1004, turning free-standing scaffolds into rolling towers, mobile scaffolds or ladder scaffolds. They are the mobile helper who can be quickly moved to the new field of activity.

 

6 Essential Criteria For Selecting The Best Caster Wheel

 

A caster is more than just a wheel. In fact, it is often considered as the evolution of the wheel because of the myriad of uses one gets out of it. Since casters have been around for so long, they have branched out into various types of wheels. So how does one select the best leveling caster?

We need to consider multiple factors when shopping for the best leveling caster wheels. Once you have narrowed down what you want out of your caster, you will be able to select the ideal caster wheels for your line of work:

Types of Caster

There are two main types of casters available in the market, and every other type of caster is a sub-type of those two options. These are:

Swivel Casters – These caster wheels can rotate 360 degrees, which is why they offer high maneuverability and are perfect for moving heavy loads around the warehouse. They can be used to move industrial equipment and furniture. The bigger the wheel, the larger the load it can carry. There are different types of swivel casters, including kingpinless casters, stem casters, locking casters, and plate casters

Rigid Casters – As the name suggests, rigid casters are fixed in place or “rigid.” They simply feature a wheel between a bracket, so there is no swivel motion. Rigid leveling caster wheels are perfect for moving hefty loads around the warehouse. Since there is no swivel, the rigid caster can only maneuver the object forward or backward, which helps carry heavy loads. Most rigid casters come with a brake, which helps control movement.

Kingpinless Swivel Casters – These casters are a special type of swivel caster that eliminates all the shortcomings of a swivel caster. A regular swivel caster is held together by a kingpin, which bears all the stress that the caster undergoes. So a traditional swivel caster gives in under very high loads and rough surfaces. A Kingpinless Swivel Caster is not held by a bolt or rivet, which is why it can bear higher stress levels, making it more durable under heavy loads or rough surfaces.

Load Bearing

Keep in mind the kind of load you will need to move around to select the best type of caster for it. The heavier the load, the bigger the wheel you must use. Having a load measurement on hand is helpful. For example, a load that is over 250 pounds will require bearings.

The load of the object is not the only load you have to consider, though. Keep the shock load or the impact load in mind as well. This refers to the impact that the cart experiences the moment it receives a load or when the cart bumps into an obstruction or a rough surface. The maximum load your cart will have to bear will determine the kind of caster perfect for it.

Wheel Type

The most important consideration for a leveling caster wheel is its size. Larger wheels can bear heavier loads and are easy to maneuver. Naturally, for higher loads, you will need a larger wheel.

Other than that, the material and finish of the wheel will also determine its durability in your line of work. Common materials used to make wheels include soft rubber, hard rubber, and steel. Steel wheels are resistant to most chemical damage and rusting and can also bear heavy loads. Rubber wheels are not harsh to most types of flooring, do not cause noise pollution, and are resistant to harsh weather conditions.

The type of tread is also crucial when selecting a wheel. The two main types of tread are donut and flat. A donut tread does not cause sound pollution and cushion against obstructions in the wheel’s path. Flat wheel treads can carry large loads.

Bearing

If your caster requires bearings, here are the main types:

Plain bearings – These are the most commonly used bearings. They are inexpensive, lightweight, and com

 

9 reviews for Scaffolding Caster Wheel

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  3. Tony

    What size wheels are for scaffolding?
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    Five inch wheels are generally for use with Light Duty Scaffolds(225kg SWL) and eight inch wheels are generally for use with Medium Duty Scaffolding (450kg SWL). Load capacities on wheels vary greatly across manufacturers, check this before purchase.

    What are casters on a scaffold?
    A Scaffolding Caster is a caster which has a stem mount and a brake which is used to make any scaffolding unit mobile and stationary – the brake being the component that adds the stationary component.

  4. Tony

    What are the wheels on tables called?
    A caster (or castor) is an undriven wheel that is designed to be attached to the bottom of a larger object (the “vehicle”) to enable that object to be moved.

    Do castors for mobile scaffolds need wheel locks?
    Safety of movable scaffoldings highly depends on the casters. The casters should have swivel locks and sturdy wheels to avoid unwanted movement of the trolley while working. To move the scaffold, never apply physical force 1.5 Meters above the worktop. It may cause accidents.

  5. Tony

    What is Baker style scaffold?
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    Baker scaffolds are a prefabricated manually propelled mobile scaffold commonly used on construction sites for performing overhead work tasks.

    What is mobile scaffolding?
    Mobile Scaffold is an aluminium structure that is erected on site. It can be built to a maximum height of 12 metres and comes equipped with lockable wheels or casters for easy maneuverability. If you need to work at heights, but are constantly on the move there is a Scaffold that will suit.

  6. Tony

    What is a cantilever scaffold?
    A cantilevered hanging scaffold is a scaffold structure that is attached or supported at one end only and eliminates the requirements for poles and frames to be erected in front of a structure.

    Is an aerial lift considered a mobile scaffold?
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    There are numerous types of “lifts” used in industry, and it can be confusing for employers. Per OSHA, a scissor lift is a mobile scaffold for which the platform only moves vertically. An aerial lift is any vehicle-mounted work platform that can move vertically and/or horizontally.

  7. Tony

    What is a Perry scaffold?
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    The original Perry Scaffold features a patented Positive Engagement Locking System for fast easy assembly. The Perry Scaffold features 5” casters for stability and ease of movement. Available in 4, 6, 8, or 10 foot lengths, all 29.5″ wide. Stackable up to 3 units high with use of outriggers.

    What are the 3 types of scaffolds?
    From single to double, and steel to trestle, the construction of scaffolding is dependent on the project being undertaken. Yet, despite the many types of scaffolding, there are only three main categories: suspended, support, and aerial.

  8. Tony

    What is a buck of scaffolding?
    this frame is often referred to as half a buck. Use one side of the frame as ladder and other for walkboard height adjustments. All out frames are stackable so achieving the desired height is possible. Frames have 9″ stack pins with 1″ collars.

    What is the advantage of scaffolding with wheels?
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    One of the best advantages of mobile scaffolding is that these movable structures are very portable. The wheels or casters on which the platforms are based can be easily moved from one place to another with a simple push or pull.

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    What is the maximum height of scaffolding?
    Construction scaffolding safety is paramount. OSHA further states that scaffolds more than 125 feet in height above the base must be designed by a professional registered engineer. These scaffold height restrictions reflect the hazards and structural stress when working at such heights.

    What is a rolling scaffold?
    A rolling scaffold is a type of supported scaffold set on wheels. Rolling scaffold’s design allows for easy movement, creating a more efficient workplace. Workers who frequently change their position use rolling scaffolds regularly

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