O Series Stainless Steel castor range

Grade 304 stainless steel, corrosion-resistant castors

Based on the tough O Series castors, these stainless steel castors are able to carry up to 500 kg each and are available in 100, 125, 150 and 200 mm sizes, in a wide range of wheel types.

Quality Australian-made, the O Stainless range is manufactured from grade 304 stainless steel.

Forks can also be purchased separately

Load rating: 230–500 kg
Wheels: Blue and grey high resilience elastomer, polyurethane on nylon, white nylon
Forks: Stainless steel in swivel plate, fixed plate, total brake and direction lock configurations
Warranty: Three years
Country of origin: Australian made
Features:
  • Fork and ball bearings type 304.
  • Chicago screw axle type 304.
  • Axle, bolt and nut type 304.
  • Rivet and axle bush type 303.
  • TB spring type 301 full hard.
  • Option for regular nut and bolt or stainless steel Chicago screw.
Mount dimensions:
O Series castor mount drawing
O Stainless castor

Castor options

HBS wheel

150 mm castors

200 mm castors

HSS wheel

200 mm castors

HUS wheel

100 mm castors

125 mm castors

150 mm castors

200 mm castors

ONS white wheel

100 mm castors

125 mm castors

150 mm castors

200 mm castors

Browse the entire range

Browse the entire O Stainless Steel range of wheels, castors and forks in our online store.

O Stainless Steel range


Castors and chemical resistance

This chemical resistance table describes the performance of various castor materials when exposed to corrosive or extreme conditions.

Resistance: G = Good, F = Fair, P = Poor

For more information on chemical resistance, click the button below.

Chemical resistance info

Chemical

PU

Nylon

Rubber

TPE
Grey rubber

Cast iron

Sulphuric acid 10%

G

G

P

G

P

Hydrochloric acid 10%

F

P

P

F

P

Nitric acid 10%

P

P

P

F

P

Methyl alcohol

F

G

F

G

G

Sodium hydroxide 20%

F-P

G

F

G

G

Gasoline 100%

G

G

P

F

G

Ethylene glycol

G

G

P

F

G

Brake fluid

F-P

G

P

G

G

Sodium chloride (salt)

incl. marine environments

G

G

G

G

G

Carbon tetrachloride

F

P

P

G

F

Fresh water immersion

G

G

G

G

G

Dry heat 10%

G

G

G

G

G

Outdoor weathering

G

G

G

G

G