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Choose the wheel based on the type of floor surface

Rough ground & outdoors

Bouncy, elastic tyre help get over bumps. That’s why wheel barrows and

other applications that involve rough ground use pneumatic or rubber tyres.

Click here for more information.

   

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Puncture-proof semi-pneumatic

Traditional tube-type pneumatic

Solid Black rubber. Basic & economical

   

 

Soft & Smooth floors

Hard wheels have high load bearing capacity and reduce push effort on

carpet and soft surfaces but are very noisy on tiles and other hard surfaces

and can also leave indentations on wooden floors. Click here for more information.

   

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Nylon. Optimal push effort on carpet.

Economical.

Polyurethane.

Resists small stones embedding in tyres.

   

 

Variable floor surfaces

Road cases are a classic example of tyres that need to adapt to a wide range

of floor surfaces. When bands are on the move, their equipment needs to

travel over bitumen, carpet, lino, wood and over curbs and stairs.

These wheels go everywhere! Click here for more information.

   

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High-resilience

blue rubber

(non-marking)

Energy absorbent

grey rubber

(non-marking)

Polyurethane foam.

Ultra-light weight

for golf carts

   

 

Specialised equipment & applications

Some applications have specific requirements, and we have a

wide range of wheels to suit. Here are some examples...

Click here for more information.

   

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Anti-static (conductive)

High & low

temperature

Pallet truck

Wheelie bins