Leveling Casters & Retractable Casters
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Leveling Casters also known as Retractable Casters turn carts into tables with adjustable pads for a stable and level work-space. These casters and wheels can compensate for close to 1" of slope from the flooring. Leveling casters are a solution to the problem of flexible movement combined with the ability of securely setting and braking a caster in a specific location.The leveling foot, once set in place, provides for stable, anti-vibrational placement. A set of four leveling casters can easily move up to 6000 lbs. Greater weight requirements may require the use of more casters.
Leveling casters are being used on work stations medical, computer, communication, printing, woodworking, automation and assembly equipment. They are typically found in all manufacturing environments, including clean room and laboratory facilities. Made from high quality components these swivel casters and wheels are built to last. These leveling casters are offered in two mounting styles, a stem mount and a plate mount, on the Foot Master brand casters the stem is included.
- Die-cast aluminum frame with a steel swivel head and
internal leveling mechanism
- Dial with rubber foot pad
- Powder coated finish
- Ultra strong and non-marking nylon wheel
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These common search terms fall in the category of the different type of Leveling Casters that we carry. As you notice there are multiple names for the same style of Leveling Caster.
Leveling Casters allow you to level the equipment or machine on uneven floors by adjusting the knob to raise or decrease the adjustable leveling pad. If the equipment needs to be moved, simply lower the leveling pad until the wheels are engaged on the ground allowing the equipment to be moved. These are seen on heavy equipment that are typically stationary but need to be moved from time to time.