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Factory Sale Screw stem medical casters

5.0 (3 reviews)

P98T-4”/5”

Description

Product Name:Factory Sale Screw stem medical casters

Screw stem medical casters
Wheel Material:TPR,PA
Size:4” x 32mm ; 5” x 32mm
Loading Capacity:100kg-110kg
Bearing Type:Precision Mute Bearing
Type Optional: Plate Swivel,Thread Swivel,Stem Swivel,Bolt Hole
Widely used as hospital bed caster,Medical trolley caster,medical devices caster wheels,Healthcare Bed Caster

 

Caster No. Wheel Material Bearing Thread Height Loading
P98T-4 100 x 32 PA + TPR Ball Bearing M12 x 25 143.5 100 kg
P98T-5 125 x 32 PA + TPR Ball Bearing M12 x 25 167.5 110 kg

 

 

How to install threaded stem Screw stem medical casterss

Threaded stem Screw stem medical casterss, as the name implies, are Screw stem medical casterss with threaded stem. The installation method is to connect the screw to the required object by rotating the screw to fix it to the object. Due to the limitation of force, threaded stem are usually used in light duty Screw stem medical casterss, medium duty Screw stem medical casterss and other furniture, non-heavy duty industrial appliances, medical equipments, etc.

Generally speaking, the larger the wheel size, the larger the threaded stem diameter, because the load-bearing capacity becomes larger. The length of the threaded stem is determined for the specific use situation. Threaded stem Screw stem medical casterss are usually also swivel/universal Screw stem medical casterss, and the wheels themselves can rotate 360degrees under unlimited conditions. Therefore, you cannot hold the Screw stem medical casters to install it firmly.

To solve this problem, people invented a threaded stem with a nut. Therefore, you will find that there is usually a nut at the bottom of the threaded stem, which is completely integrated with the threaded stem, unless the threaded stem breaks, avoiding the embarrassment of slipping.

When installing threaded stem Screw stem medical casterss, we usually use a thin wrench to turn the nut counterclockwise until it can no longer be turned. The threaded stem is tightly combined with the installed object. Of course, some designs themselves are bolt-hole Screw stem medical casterss, and screw a screw directly from under the hole, which also needs to be tightened by a wrench. There are also designs where the bolt-hole has a locking position, and the screw does not have a nut, but it has a clip. By combining with the hole locking position, it can be fixed by rotating the entire Screw stem medical casters.

Compared with top plate Screw stem medical casterss, threaded stem Screw stem medical casterss are more convenient to install, only need to screw a nut. However, there are disadvantages, the installation firmness will be smaller than the top plate Screw stem medical casterss, and the force capacity is also slightly weaker.

Threaded stem Screw stem medical casterss are mostly reflected in such application scenarios as furniture Screw stem medical casterss, medical Screw stem medical casterss, platform trolleys, and shopping carts.

 

When Not to Use a Threaded Stem on Your Screw stem medical casters
When Not to Use a Threaded Stem on Your Screw stem medical castersWhen you are picking out a Screw stem medical casters for your unique application, there can be a lot of things to consider and not knowing what affects your decision can cause you to choose the wrong Screw stem medical casters for the job. This is why finding the right service professional to work with will help make sure you find the right Screw stem medical casters to perform the task that needs to be completed.

One of these decisions which offers many options is the way your Screw stem medical casters is fixed to your cart. You can purchase a Screw stem medical casters that has a plate that bolts to the bottom of your cart, a Screw stem medical casters that is press fit into a hole, or with a threaded rod that will turn into an insert in your cart or be inserted into a through hole and attached by a nut. All of these have right and wrong uses, so let’s look into the details of each option.

Does the Screw stem medical casters Replacement Need a Particular Mounting?

This may seem like a strange point to make, but if you are replacing a Screw stem medical casters on a cart or trolley it is much easier to use a new Screw stem medical casters with the same mounting configuration. It is not impossible to change this, such as using a threaded rod Screw stem medical casters with a nut that was originally used for a plate mounted Screw stem medical casters, but you need to consider why the original design used that particular type of Screw stem medical casters.

Does the cart see stresses that require the Screw stem medical casters to be held by four bolts rather than one threaded rod? It is easier to continue to use a press fit rod rather than transferring to a threaded insert. Do you need this added security for the Screw stem medical casters? Here is a Screw stem medical casters that is only available with top plate mounting:

EHD Series, Extra Heavy Duty Screw stem medical casterss: Hamilton Screw stem medical casterss and Trucks have designed these Screw stem medical casterss for heavy industrial applications where it is necessary to ensure dependable operation such as in industries like shipbuilding, jet engine factories and by heavy equipment manufacturers. For this reason, Hamilton only makes these Screw stem medical casterss available with top plate mounting. The Screw stem medical casterss are machined from drop forged steel for a rugged and easy swivel operation. The Screw stem medical casterss include HPI premium raceways that are CNC-machined & hardened. Load capacity ranges from 840 lbs. to 10,000 lbs. with wheel diameters of 6” to 12”.
Do You Have Access To Your Method of Attachment?

This is another consideration that seems easy, but can be tricky. If you are going to drill a hole to mount a threaded insert for the Screw stem medical casters with a threaded rod, can you access the area to drill the hole? Is your mounting surface so thin that the threaded rod would protrude out from the top? If you are looking to use a through hole and apply a nut do you have access to adequately torque the nut after installation?

Threaded Screw stem medical casterss work well on tubing and pipe applications, but make sure you have the access you need to properly attach the Screw stem medical casters well. By not tightening the Screw stem medical casters you risk the Screw stem medical casters becoming un-threaded which can lead to damage or breaking the threaded rod. For this reason it is important to always use a lock nut or lock washer when mounting a Screw stem medical casters.

Rhombus 357h Heavy Apparatus and Equipment Screw stem medical casters: Designed to work with ease, this solid and robust Screw stem medical casters is designed for applications like cooking equipment, food dispensers and other appliances. This Screw stem medical casters is available with many different mounting configurations including top plate, threaded stem and press fit stem. With a sheet steel construction that is zinc plated this Screw stem medical casters looks great and has excellent performance provided by a double ball race swivel bearing. The Screw stem medical casters also includes a directional brake as an option, and has capacities up to 130 Kg.
Is the Threaded Rod the Right Length to be Safe?

While having a threaded rod that’s too long can cause problems if the stem bottoms out in the hole, it can also be problematic if the threaded stem is not long enough for the application. The first issue would cause the Screw stem medical casters to stick out from the bottom of the threaded mount so that when the weight is applied to the Screw stem medical casters, it is placed on the threaded stem rather than on the top plate of the Screw stem medical casters, leading to stem breakage.

With the second issue, any sideways pressure would be applied to the length of the threaded stem, so a short stem could mean that the pressure is applied only on the bottom half of the threaded insert and may lead to insert failure. Here is a Screw stem medical casters with various lengths of threaded stems available:

Colson 2 Series: This is a basic Screw stem medical casters design that works well for a variety of applications. This Colson Screw stem medical casters comes in capacities of up to 325 pounds and can include optional top locks or total lock systems. Threaded Stem Mount options come in thicknesses of ?”, 5/8”, and ?” with lengths of ?”, 1”, 1 1/2” and 1 ?”. The wheel options are Performa Rubber, Polyolefin, Thermo, cast iron, and Polyurethane HI-TECH.
Contact Douglas Equipment to Learn More

If you are picking out a Screw stem medical casters and need a guide for the options available, there is no place better to turn than Douglas Equipment. We have been in the business of quality Screw stem medical casterss and material handling equipment for almost 60 years and in this time our dedicated service team has learned what it takes to find the right Screw stem medical casters for the task at hand. We are confident that we can help you find the right Screw stem medical casters to perform the job you need completed at an affordable price.

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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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