Evermove Engineering & Supplies - Light Duty

Light Duty

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Nylon Wheel

Standard finish: White
Effective temperature range: -20°C to +80°C
(+5°C to +40°C is preferred)

Nylon wheels have high load capacities, are light in weight, clean and able to be used with the minimum of lubrication. They are virtually non- marking and cause very little floor damage. They are resistant to oils, fats, alkalis in general, soaps and detergents. Nylon wheels should not be used in contact with concentrated acids, although some exposure to dilute acids is possible. Where extreme conditions are involved, tests should be conducted to establish the best choice of wheel.

Thermo Plastic Rubber

Wheels have a Nylon injection moulded center to which the polyurethane tyre is injection moulded and mechanically locked, providing a lightweight corrosion free, non-marking wheel.The polyurethane tyre is a polyester-based thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) which exhibits excellent abrasion resistance, high tensile, compressive and tear strength and good heat, oil fuel and solvent resistance.

Wheels are available with alternative bearing types including plain bearing, roller bearing and ball journal bearings and have an effective temperature range of -30 to +80°C.

Grey Wheel

Wheels have a thick abrasion resistant solid resilient rubber tyre, vulcanised to either black nylon or die-cast aluminium centres.

The quiet running resilient rubber tyre provides wheels with a very low rolling resistance, high wear resistance and excellent shock absorbing properties over uneven floors.

Wheels are for medium duty applications including power towing at speeds up to 6kph, and provide a reduction in noise levels of 10 dB( A) over a polyurethane tyred wheel in the same application.

These wheels are available with alternative bearing types including roller bearings and ball journal bearings, and have an effective temperature range of -40°C to +70°C (intermittently up to 100° C).

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