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The following content shows the conventional styles and dimensions of Scaffolding Casters

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Size: 6 inches or 8 inches
Material: Plastic or Steel

 

This Scaffolding caster is made of metal with rubber tires and is 6 inches or 8 inches long to move your scaffold. The Scaffolding Casters are connected to the scaffold to form a mobile workstation. Each scaffolding requires four casters.

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    Using these Scaffolding Casters, you can move the scaffold flexibly and fix it firmly.

    The Scaffolding Casters are cost-effective, durable, and easy to install. Suitable for indoor and outdoor construction needs.

    FAQ

    1. What size Scaffolding Casters should I use?

    Conventional wisdom says that the larger the Scaffolding Casters, the easier it is to roll, so you should use the largest wheel diameter that is practical for the job at hand. A Scaffolding Casters with a larger diameter will help you cover the ground faster than smaller Scaffolding Casters and can usually handle a larger capacity as well.

    2. Are bigger Scaffolding Casters better?

    Larger Scaffolding Casters sizes will carry cargo faster and cover more ground than smaller Scaffolding Casters sizes. They also have more strength to carry heavier loads and handle heavier weights. Scaffolding Casters with larger wheel sizes are often used for heavy-duty applications where heavy loads need to be transported every time.

    3. How are Scaffolding Casters measured?

    The diameter is measured with the Scaffolding Casters lying flat and using a measuring device to measure from one side of the wheel to the other. If the wheel is 8″, then the Scaffolding Casters is considered 8″ Scaffolding Casters. It is important to make sure that the measuring device is over the center of the wheel.

    4. What is a Scaffolding Casters?

    A Scaffolding Caster is a caster that has a stem mount and a brake which is used to make any scaffolding unit mobile and stationary – the brake being the component that adds the stationary component.

    5. What’s the specification of Scaffolding Casters?

    Scaffolding Casters come with the Industry Standard 1-3/8″ x 4″ with 1/2″ Cross-drilled hole – 2-1/2″ up from the base stem. These casters are Universal replacements for most Rolling Scaffolding units. Caster Headquarters offers Scaffolding Casters in 6″ x 2″ and 8″ x 2″ sizes. You can also purchase the wheels separately if you do not need to replace the entire Scaffolding Caster.

    6. How to make Scaffolding Casters safe?

    Check that caster is securely locked before climbing scaffolding.
    Do not attempt to use it if the caster is faulty or has not been properly maintained.

    7. What are Casters in Scaffolding?
    Scaffolding Casters are casters that have a stem mount and a brake which is used to make any scaffolding unit mobile and stationary – the brake being the component that adds the stationary component.

    8. Are bigger Casters better in Scaffolding?

    Bigger Scaffolding Casters size will convey loads/goods faster and cover more grounds compared to smaller Scaffolding Casters size. They also have more strength to carry heavier loads and handle larger weights. Scaffolding Casters with larger wheel sizes are often used for heavy-duty purposes where heavy loads need to be transported every time.

    9. How are Scaffolding Casters measured?

    The diameter is measured with the wheel lying flat on its side, and with a measuring device measure from one side of the wheel to the opposite side. If the wheel is 8”, then the Scaffolding Casters are considered a 8” caster. It’s important to make sure the measuring device passes over the center of the wheel.

    10. What’s so special about Scaffolding Casters?

    This Scaffolding Casters can be used with all of our standard vertical frames.
    Scaffolding Casters has a 1-1/4″ round shaft. It has a single push locking mechanism that locks both roll and swivel at the same time. High-quality casters weigh approximately 12.5 lbs

    11. What are the characteristics of Scaffolding Casters?

    360-degree swivel Scaffolding Casters
    Stainless steel ball bearings for long service life and smooth rotation
    Grease fittings (grease nipples) can be lubricated as needed for extended life
    Scaffolding Casters casters must be fixed in the scaffolding frame!
    Never ride on moving scaffolding!

    12. Scaffolding Casters specifications:

    Scaffolding Casters is Height/Diameter: 8 inches
    Scaffolding Casters All-steel construction with rubber around the wheels.
    Scaffolding Casters are Galvanized and painted to reduce corrosion

    13: What is the load capacity of Scaffolding Casters ?

    Each Scaffolding Casters can load capacity up to 1100lbs, four Scaffolding Casters can up to 4400lbs. Can be used for a multitude of applications, including flight cases, light machinery, cabinets, equipment stands, furniture, etc.

    14: What Are the Advantages of Scaffolding Casters?

    Scaffolding Casters are made of the popular non-marking rubber type, shock absorption, wear-resistant, and roll silently on any surface in any direction without leaving any scratch or scuff marks.

    15:Are Scaffolding Casters safe?

    Scaffolding Casters are very safe and you don’t want to move them when you’re working in one place. There’s a latch on the wheel, and when it’s locked, it stays in one place, and it doesn’t wipe away.

    16. What are Scaffolding Casters?

    Scaffolding Casters are a caster with pole mounts and brakes used to move and secure any scaffolding unit.

    17. How are Scaffolding Casters measured?

    The diameter is measured with the Scaffolding Casters lying flat and using a measuring device to measure from one side of the Scaffolding Casters to the other. Scaffolding Casters are available in two sizes: 6″ and 8″. It is important to make sure that the measuring device is over the center of the Scaffolding Casters.

    18. What size Scaffolding Casters should I use?

    Conventional wisdom says that the bigger the Scaffolding Casters, the easier it is to roll, a larger diameter Scaffolding Casters will help you cover the ground faster than smaller Scaffolding Casters, and can generally handle a larger capacity as well.

    19. What are the advantages of Scaffolding Casters?

    The advantages of Scaffolding Casters are convenient to move so it saves time and effort.

    20. Why buy Scaffolding Casters from us?

    We are a professional manufacturer of Scaffolding Casters, engaged in the Scaffolding Casters industry for more than ten years. We not only have production time and good quality but also have an excellent team to protect your after-sales problems.

    21. How about the MOQ of Scaffolding Casters?

    Usually, the MOQ of Scaffolding Casters is a 20ft container. If you are interested in other products and they can be filled in a whole 20ft container, we can discuss the MOQ of Scaffolding Casters.

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