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Heavy Duty Casters-Casters with Three Year Product Warranty

By Dina

Heavy Duty Caster Wheels

Heavy Duty Caster Wheels

Heavy Duty Casters, the casters with the categories of load above of the class medium duty casters. The Heavy Duty Casters can be reaching of load capacity to 23000 lbs. The Maxi-Duty Casters are the casters designed and built for the toughest application including shipbuilding, manufactured housing, automotive and aerospace. These Heavy Duty Casters are support with impact load.

The enhanced Heavy Duty Casters of the Maxi-Duty Series now feature Hamilton’s Precision Integrated HPI™. The Maxi-Duty Casters Series or shortened with MD-Series are consisted of the Swivel Heavy Duty Casters and the Rigid Heavy Duty Casters.

The swivel Heavy Duty Casters of the MD-Series casters built for long life and dependable service, those are assured now more than ever with Hamilton’s new HPI™ Swivel Technology. This new technology outperforms conventional CNC-machined ball raceways, kingpinless, and unit load bearing swivel heavy duty casters constructions. The new design of the swivel heavy duty casters improves the bearing’s element of contact and more than doubles the number of contact points. The new HPI™ raceways are also 45% harder than conventional hardened raceways and the surface finish is an incredibly smooth 16 micro inches. The new technology of the swivel Heavy Duty Casters are upgrade from conventional ball raceways or unit load bearings and provide an even stronger platform. That matter to support Hamilton’s three year product warranty. All forged steel wheels are machined with a slight crown to enhance roll ability and swiveling.

The rigid heavy duty casters of the MD-Series casters feature reinforced 3/8” x 5” plate steel legs, continuously welded inside and outside to ½” thick mounting plates. With the thickness of the fork of the rigid Heavy Duty Casters to support with extra loaded.

The Heavy Duty Casters of the MD-Series provided with optional accessories

  • Swivel Lock-4 Position; convert swivel to rigid for straight line steering.
  • Seals Swivel Assembly; prolongs caster life in harsh environments.
  • Wheel Bearing Seals; prolong wheel life in harsh environments.
  • V-Grooved Wheel Models Custom Engineering; Hamilton engineers will custom design any caster to meet customer requirements.

Quality features the Heavy Duty Casters of the MD-Series

  • Swivel Construction; the construction of the swivel heavy duty casters MD-Series are 5/8” thick drop forged steel mounting plate (rigid plate ½” thick); 3/8” x 5” plate steel contoured legs are welded inside and outside to forged steel horn base.
  • Kingpin; the kingpin of the swivel Heavy Duty Casters MD-Series are 1 ¼” diameter integrally forged with mounting plate guaranteed for life, prevents bending or breaking; threaded for 1 ¼” slotted nut secured by roll pin for positive locking.
  • Main Load Bearing; The swivel heavy duty casters provided with HPI™ thrust bearing with outside diameter of 7 ½”; race ways hardened to 58-62 HRC and ground to surface finish 16 micro inches.
  • Secondary Load Bearing; 1 ¼” precision tapered thrust bearing counteracts radial thrust are provided to the swivel heavy duty casters MD-Series.
  • Axle; The swivel Heavy Duty casters and the rigid heavy duty casters MD-Series provide with 1 ¼” diameter grade 5 hex head with slotted nut and cotter pin.
  • Lubrication Fittings; The swivel Heavy Duty Casters MD-series equipped with fitting grease Ball-check type in swivel assembly and in wheel hubs with tapered or straight roller.

I suggest you check out my other guide on Spring Loaded Casters and Chair Casters

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