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casters

the small rubber wheels on surgical trolleys, patient stretchers, mobile equipment.

conductive casters
the casters are impregnated with carbon to facilitate the dispersal of static electricity from equipment. This is enhanced if the floor also has a conductive covering.
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A four-station plunger directional lock that converts a swivel caster into a fixed (rigid) caster for straight-line travel.
Caster Concepts offers the Drive Caster with a quarter horsepower or a half horsepower motor, powerful enough to move loads of up to 6,000 pounds at up to five miles per hour.
Its lightweight aluminum frame and shelves roll atop 6-inch rubber locking swivel casters that make the cart easy to position to maximize operator productivity.
These casters have soft wheels that roll with less friction, so pushing is easier on your back.
The caster is being revamped not just technically but visually as well.
8220;We can now offer more options of casters because of the increased number of components for more material handling solutions.
Dobbins, president of Caster Concepts, described the deal as an exciting opportunity for his company, adding an innovator in the torsion caster space.
The company's product range now covers a variety of casters and wheels, including light casters, heavy duty casters, high temperature wheel casters, forklift truck wheels, carts, bearings, ESD (electrostatic dissipative) plastic-made casters and wheels, PP (polypropylene) wheels, nylon wheels, ESD elastic TPR (thermal plastic rubber) caster wheels, rollers, and industrial-use wheels.
COW HEY DAM, Newton 01925 221801: Red maggots, casters, pinkies and punch bread are best for silver fish, with meat and corn sorting out the better carp.
Heavy-duty plate casters, central key-lock, and a pullout writing surface are standard on every Harmony.
The casters feature black nylon wheels that are virtually non-marking, causing little floor damage.
Includes two over-size casters with 5-inch wheels in 4-inch, one-piece forks supported at the corners by four heavy-duty, swiveling 4-inch casters