Forged Steel Wheels

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Drop forged from ASTM 1045 high-carbon steel, they are practically indestructible. With a max capacity of 20,000 lbs, no payload forged steel wheels won’t bear.

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These are our strongest wheels. Drop forged from ASTM 1045 high-carbon steel, they are practically indestructible. With a maximum capacity of 20,000 lbs, there is almost no payload that forged steel wheels won’t bear.

Forged steel is an alloy of carbon and iron that is compressed under extreme pressure to make a very hard and strong substance. In the forging process heat or force is applied to steel billets or ingots, causing the material to change shape while in a solid state. The resulting highly compressed material is exceptionally durable.

Forged steel is not porous, has a tensile strength of 60,000 PSI and adapts extremely well to surface variations. All of that means these wheels are virtually failure-free. These wheels are extremely hard with a durometer of Rockwell B (80 – 90). That, along with their impressive strength-to-weight ratio, leads to reduced surface friction and allows for easier push/pull.

Options/Components: Forged steel wheels come with a variety of bearing options for optimal performance at different applications.

Ideal Applications: Highly demanding applications including factory use, waste bins, platform trucks, stock trucks and heavy material handling. Also, with a temperature rating that tops out at 1,300ºF, they can be used in bakeries, autoclaves and other extreme heat environments.

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Bearings Ball Bearing, Caged Roller Bearing, Delrin Bearing, Nylon Bearing, Plain, Roller Bearing, Stainless Steel Nylon Roller Bearing, Stainless Steel Roller Bearing, Tapered Bearing
Colours Steel Grey
Durometer 102 Rockwell E
Temperature -45°F to 180°F, -45°F to 800°F
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Forged Steel Wheels Specifications & Part Numbers

1 (800) 254-6633

Algood Casters has manufactured, designed and developed industrial and specialty casters, brakes and wheels since 1969, in capacities from 25 to 65,000 lbs.