How to Choose Pneumatic Casters

Casters are often categorized according to the material from which their wheels are made. Some of them feature neoprene wheels, whereas others feature polyurethane or thermoplastic rubber wheels. There are also pneumatic casters, however. Pneumatic casters still feature many of … Read More

How to Choose Leveling Casters

Leveling casters combine the benefits of leveling pads with wheeled casters. Like all casters, they feature a wheel assembly that can be mounted to the bottom of objects. Only leveling casters, however, can level the objects with which they are … Read More

The Beginner’s Guide to Spring Ring Casters

When shopping for casters, you may come across spring ring casters. They are commonly found on office chairs, storage cabinets, carts, tables, medical equipment and other wheeled products. Like all casters, they feature an undriven wheel and a mounting assembly. … Read More

Threaded Stem Casters vs Expanding Adapter Casters

Casters are available in different styles, two of the most common being threaded stem and expanding adapter. Both styles consist of a wheel assembly, and they are both designed for use on the bottom of objects. You can install on … Read More

What Is Caster Load Height and Why Is It Important?

You can’t ignore load height when shopping for casters. Whether you’re planning to install them on the bottom of a cart, toolbox, chair or any other object, you’ll need to consider the casters’ load height. Casters, of course, are undriven … Read More

Choosing the Right Wheel Bearing for Casters

You can’t ignore the bearing type when choosing casters. Whether stem or top plate, all casters have a bearing. The bearing is the assembly that connects the wheel to the axle. Without a bearing, there wouldn’t be anything to hold … Read More

The Beginner’s Guide to Pneumatic Casters

When shopping for casters, you may come across pneumatic casters. They’ve become a popular alternative to traditional casters. With their pneumatic operation, they can absorb shock while subsequently protecting the objects with which they are used from damage. For a … Read More