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Casters are an important yet underappreciated family of products at A Plus Warehouse. Few people pay them any mind—until your loading cart locks up and can’t move anymore! This is usually the point at which you’ll wish you had paid more attention to your casters!
We offer a wide selection of high quality caster wheels by reliable names: Albion, Revvo, Fairbanks, Hamilton Caster, Payson, Trio Pines, and more. Casters fulfill an essential role in the Maintenance, Repair, and Operations industry (MRO), as well as by many of our customers on the OEM side. Any rolling product that relies on mobility requires casters, and any rolling product requiring periodic maintenance requires after-market casters as well.
Capacities to 18,000 pounds !!
Capacities to 11,000 pounds
Our most popular caster. 1,000 to 3,000 pound capacity
550 to 2,500 pound capacity
500 to 2,000 pound capacity
350 to 800 pound capacity
4 to 8 inch casters 300 to 1,400 pound capacity
600 to 1,600 pound capacity
2 to 4 in diameter casters 75 375 pound capacity
1,300 to 2,700 pound capacity
2,100 to 2,500 pound capacity
540 to 1,400 pound capacity
325 to 1,200 pound capacity
72 to 150 pound capacity
Shock Absorbing and less expensive than polyurethane
High capacity and oil resistant. A bit noisy on concrete
Ideal wheel for many applications. High Capacity , non marking and shock absorbing
Slightly less expensive than other types of polyurethane
Inexpensive and high capacity, although noisy and not floor protective
For your convenience, we sell a wide range of commercial and industrial casters. Of course they don’t only come in one size—we have a range of large and small casters for all industrial-strength applications. We offer casters in Moldon Rubber, Polyurethane, Polyolefin, Steel, and other surfaces as well. We even carry heavy duty caster wheels such as the giant Payson dual wheel casters. With capacities exceeding 10,000 pounds per caster, these are ideal for conveyor tow lines moving large volumes of product.
When we sell you a caster, you know that you are dealing with a preeminent dealer. We’re able to fulfill your order in a prompt manner at a very good value. Whether you need us to “make it round and get it to me eventually or need us to field orders for just-in-time manufacturing and six sigma work, we meet all these requirements with expertise.
Casters are a major part of an integrated material handling system; you have to keep all components properly maintained to continue working at peak efficiency. Consider which of your items use casters and wheels. Platform trucks and carts are staple material handling equipment, and use casters ranging in size from 4 inches to 12 inches in diameter to move items easily. Over time, you’ll need to take advantage of our selection of industrial caster wheels to keep things running smoothly.
Other products that use casters are warehouse ladders, expanding conveyors, mobile benches, and mobile cabinets. Unlike traditional stationary equipment, these have wheeled bases so they can easily be placed anywhere within your facility. We at A Plus Warehouse sell them all!
Many of our casters can easily be maintained through the use of Zerk fittings. With Zerk fittings, grease can be shot directly through a hollow axle into the bearing, or into the ball ring in the caster plate. This makes maintaining your casters much easier.
Plenty of online dealers sell casters, but few are willing to offer professional sales help. We at A Plus Warehouse are a cut above the rest. We seek complete understanding of your requirements while doing everything in our power to help you find what you need. We do so by asking questions such as:
If these sound outside your experience, don’t worry—we strive to determine your needs. We ask these questions to help find you the right product for your application.