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Whenever there is something to transport, nothing moves without wheels. This most important invention of mankind does not need to be reinvented. But our product range shows that with the right details you can make your business processes, even more, dynamic.
The difference between wheels and castors is the design: castors are an assembly comprised of a wheel and housing with a specific fastening device. Wheels are attached directly to an axle.
Wheels and castors are designed to make progress with pallet trucks and other transport equipment and trolleys particularly easy, convenient and safe. To do so, they must withstand certain loads and be adapted to the floor covering and the working environment.
Wheels achieve this through the interplay of four essential factors:
Depending on the combination of these factors, the wheels and castors in our product range exhibit one or more advantages, which we illustrate for you by means of pictograms. Important characteristics are:
Details about the floor conditions and the specific suitability of the wheels are always available on the product page.
The materials that our wheels and castors are made of, determine the running properties and comfort:
The purchasing guide to wheels and castors offers further insights into the details of the product range.
As long as no safety regulations to the contrary apply for a transport device or a trolley, every employee may change the wheels. The installation and assembly of the products are self-explanatory. It is only important that the functionality of the device is tested again after the wheels have been replaced before use.
If you have any further questions about our product range or require other models beyond the standard, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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