HEAVY DUTY STEEL CASTORS
Heavy duty steel castors are an essential component in a variety of industrial and commercial applications. These castors are designed to handle heavy loads and provide reliable and durable mobility for heavy equipment, machinery, and materials.
TEP Technica Ltd stocks a wide range of heavy duty castors with different tread materials (vulkollan, polyurethane, nylon, polypropylene, rubber, non-marking rubber and PU) as well as different bracket types including swivel, fixed, braked, single bolt fixing and stainless steel. We also offer industrial castors in light duty and medium duty depending on the nature of your application.
KEY BENEFITS OF HEAVY DUTY STEEL CASTORS
Heavy duty steel castors offer several benefits that make them a popular choice for industrial and commercial applications. Some of these benefits include:
High Load Capacity:
Heavy duty steel castors are designed to handle heavy loads and provide reliable mobility. They can withstand weights of several hundred to thousands of pounds, depending on the size and configuration of the castor.
Heavy duty castors are made from high-quality steel, which is a durable and long-lasting material that can withstand the rigors of heavy-duty use. They are resistant to wear and tear, and can withstand exposure to harsh environments, such as high temperatures, moisture, and chemicals.
Steel castors are designed to maintain stability even when carrying heavy loads. They provide a solid base for equipment and materials, reducing the risk of tipping or instability.
Heavy duty steel castors are equipped with high-quality bearings that allow for smooth movement and easy maneuverability. This reduces the amount of force required to move heavy loads and helps prevent damage to floors and equipment.
Steel castors come in a variety of sizes and configurations to meet the specific needs of different applications. They can be used in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, warehousing, construction, and more.
HEAVY DUTY CASTOR APPLICATIONS
Heavy duty steel castors provide reliable, durable, and stable mobility for heavy equipment and materials, making them an essential component in many industrial and commercial applications.
Heavy machinery and equipment used in manufacturing often require heavy duty steel castors for mobility and stability.
Heavy duty steel castors are commonly used in warehouses for moving pallets, crates, and other heavy loads. In addition they are often used for mobile work benches.
Heavy duty castors are used for picking carts, euro container and plastic box trolleys.
Heavy duty steel castors are essential for construction applications, including moving scaffolding, heavy machinery, and construction materials.
Steel castors are used in the aerospace industry for transporting aircraft components and assemblies.
Heavy duty steel castors are used in automotive manufacturing for moving heavy vehicle components, such as engines and transmissions.
Steel castors are used in agriculture for moving heavy farming equipment, such as tractors and plows.
Heavy duty steel castors are commonly used in mining applications for moving heavy machinery and equipment.
Steel castors are used in the marine industry for moving and transporting heavy equipment and materials on ships and boats.
QUALITY & PERFORMANCE
Technica Heavy Duty Steel Castors offer exceptional quality and a wide range of options to meet the needs of various industrial and commercial applications.
Our steel castors are durable, reliable, and designed to handle heavy loads with ease while providing stable mobility. With compact locking option, our castors provide permanent and safe locking in all applications
1000's CASTORS IN STOCK
With well over £1million of stock at cost value, and more than 3000 different wheels and castors available from the UK at any given time, we are sure to have the right product for you.
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