Indicated for trolleys with light-duty loads, mainly for indoor use; the grey non-marking
rubber tyre makes it suitable for use on fragile floors and also in domestic/institutional
environments. Excellent rolling resistance.
Examples of applications: tool trolleys, institutional and catering trolleys, trolleys for industrial indoor use, tubular trolleys.
LOAD CAPACITY: 70-120 daN
TREAD: grey non-marking thermoplastic rubber tread, hardness 85 Shore A
Environments of use
Suitable for industrial and institutional environments, also in presence of humidity. Not suitable in presence of organic solvents, chlorinated substances, hydrocarbons and mineral oils.
|WEAK ACIDS||WEAK BASES|
|STRONG ACIDS||STRONG BASES|
Suitable on tiles and resin-cement; not recommended on abrasive, unpaved floors or
in the presence of processing residues.
They do not damage fragile flooring and are also suitable in the presence of small obstacles.
Force required to push or tow a wheel
|50 KG ||100 KG ||150 KG ||200 KG ||225 KG |
|80 mm ||3,5||--||--||--||--|
|100 mm ||2,2||5||--||--||--|
|125 mm ||1,5||3,5||--||--||--|
For each load and diameter, the table indicates the force (in daN) needed to push or tow a single wheel at the constant speed of 4 km/h on smooth flooring. For manual handling of a 4-wheeled trolley we recommend diameters that have values < 5 daN, for frequent handling we recommend diameters with values < 3 daN.
|Options available to order |
|Fitting with unthreaded stem with dimensions that can be customised|