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Steel Caster Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of steel caster manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top steel caster manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any steel caster company can design, engineer, and manufacture steel casters to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach steel caster companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of steel caster wheels, stainless steel casters and vintage steel casters.

  • Greensboro, NC 800-822-8833

    Carolina Material Handling offers customers a complete line of light duty, medium duty, medium-heavy duty, general, v-groove and heavy duty casters in many different sizes and load capacities. You have the choice of several finish options such as powder coat, steel and plating when you buy casters. When it comes to industrial casters and other types of material handling supplies, we have something that is sure to fit all of your needs.

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  • Ontario, CA 800-543-3413

    Founded in 1985, DH Casters mission is to provide an experience that is fast and simple. We ask the right questions to offer the right product so that you can Avoid Caster Disasters. We listen to what you need and when you need it, We Roll Your Way. With over 1,000 products available, we have what you need for replacement wheels or casters for any cart, office chair, dumpster, gate, dolly, hand truck and more.. Please call or visit our website today for information!

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  • Westborough, MA 855-872-2305

    High quality, durable casters will keep your business rolling, whether it’s in house use or for product development. Browse our extensive selection of light duty, medium duty and heavy duty casters including kingpinless from major brands such as Colson, Albion, Darcor, Medcaster and Shepherd. Can’t find the caster you need, send a quote request or give us a call and one of our caster specialists will help find the caster you need.

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  • Chicago, IL 888-722-7837

    At CasterDepot, we’ve been providing quality casters and above-and-beyond service since 1980. Along the way, we came to an important conclusion: a lot of responsibility rests on a simple caster, no matter the product it supports. For 41 years, our family has welcomed the responsibility to support our customers, always striving to provide the best quality product, at the best price, without compromise. No matter what your caster needs, CasterDepot can provide it.

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Steel Casters

Steel casters, usually made of stainless steel, are strong, resistant and easy to clean. Heavy duty casters are usually made of steel because they have the longest life and can handle severe applications better than any other material, including polypropylene, nylon and rubber.

Stainless steel exhibits great corrosion, rust and chemical resistance and is therefore used as a construction material for industrial casters. Exposure to harsh chemicals, water and extreme temperatures is common in environments like factories and manufacturing warehouses, so casters used in these environments must be constructed from durable materials. Steel casters can also endure extreme wear and tear without maintenance or repairs. Since stainless steel has a smooth and high luster finish, it is very easy to sterilize in conditions like medical and food processing applications, where sanitation is necessary. In environments like chemical factories, food processing facilities and pharmaceutical manufacturers, steel casters are often the first choice because they will not rust, even when exposed to steam or water on a regular basis. Hotels, restaurants, zoos, construction zones and aerospace or automotive factories also use steel casters on their furniture, luggage carts, animal cages, mobile workstations, shelving and equipment when it is used in harsh conditions.

Industrial casters are often made entirely of stainless steel. The brackets, housings, bolts and even wheels must be made of resistant, strong and lightweight metal. They offer the highest load capacity and can handle the transportation of thousands of pounds on a regular basis. They operate well on hard surfaces like wood, concrete, stone and tile, and they roll smoothly and quietly. The brackets and housings are often manufactured through metal stamping, where metal is heated and forced under great pressure to conform to a mold by a large ram. The wheels are made through a forging process, which involves extreme heat and deformation through extensive hammering and rolling. They often go through secondary post-fabrication processes like buffering, which makes the steel wheel's surface shiny and crack-free; trimming, which removes any burrs; and heat treatments, which further improve the metal's heat resistance properties. Depending on their maximum load capacity, steel casters come in many different sizes. Their mounting plates and legs are reinforced, to help manage heavy loads.