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Casters

Capacity Range: 840 - 40,000 lbs.
For the toughest of applications or when 4000 lbs. of load capacity is just not enough, look to our collection of extra heavy duty and super duty caster series.

Capacity Range: 300 - 4000 lbs.
Premium forged steel casters with guaranteed for life integral forged kingpin and CNC-machined raceways and precision tapered secondary load bearing.

Capacity Range: 200 - 1500 lbs.
These medium duty industrial casters are from stamped metal components. Swivel casters use a double-ball race design with a rivet-type kingpin. Numerous wheel choices in 2" & 1-1/2" widths.

Capacity Range: 120 - 400 lbs.
Hamilton offers three series in this industrial light duty category. These casters are commonly used on dollies, medical equipment, and food containers. Wheel diameters range from 2-1/2" to 5".

Floor locks are an easy, low-cost method of preventing castered equipment from accidentally rolling away from a desired position. Also find replacement caster & wheel hardware such as axles, bearings, and spanner bushings.
Capacity Range: 300 to 10,000 lbs.
Four heavy duty series utilize the same precision swivel design. Numerous wheel choices available in 2" and 3" diameters including a low profile option.

Capacity Range: 300 - 7000 lbs.
These casters provide shock absorption, quiet operation, and ease of rolling over rough terrain. Popular for handling missile components, electronics, and ground support applications.

Capacity Range: 325 - 16,500 lbs.
Create an "instant production line": Loads are taken off the floor permitting higher capacities, easier rolling, floor protection, and controlled flow all at the same time.

Capacity Range: 240 - 1600 lbs.
For corrosive environments or where sanitary considerations demand casters having all rig and hardware components of stainless steel. All models boast high luster finish.

Capacity Range: 140 - 1630 lbs.
Shock absorbing casters reduce noise, protect cargo and extend caster, wheel and bearing life. The legs are slotted such that the axle "floats" up and down as the wheel encounters obstacles.