PU Caster Wheels
At PU Casters, we pride ourselves on using the best materials and designs in our industrial caster wheels. This includes our line of polyurethane wheels, which are made of premium polytetramethylene ether glycol, a material that outperforms PPG compounds found in our competitors’wheels.
Polyurethane tread is the ideal way to provide a shock-absorbing cushion between your valuable products and the floor. Our wheels are also known for their noise reduction, durable performance at high speeds, and ability to bear more weight than rubber. In short, when you choose polyurethane wheels from RWM Casters, you can expect resilient, long-lasting products that will serve you well for many years and miles of use. Check out the urethane and polyurethane wheels we offer!
Urethane vs. Polyurethane Wheels
When searching for the ideal caster wheel material for your needs, you might have come across the terms “urethane” and “polyurethane.” Polyurethane is the polymer version of urethane, but they are essentially the same material, and the terms are often used interchangeably.
However, different techniques used in the production of polyurethane wheels affect the quality of the finished product. For instance, if a manufacturer uses urethane designed for non-dynamic applications, it will not have the same durability as a high-quality polyurethane wheel from Casters.
It’s also critical for industrial wheels to be produced using hot-cast urethane so they can carry out dynamic applications in high-demand settings without premature wear. The quality control processes implemented at Casters ensure we only deliver the absolute finest products to our customers.
RWM Casters is pleased to offer the best polyurethane wheel lineup in the industry. Here’s what we offer:
Solid Urethane Wheels: For smooth, silentoperation, resistance to chemicals, grease, and moisture, and protectionagainst chunking and tearing, our solid urethane wheels are what you need.
Urethane on Iron Wheels:High-quality urethane is liquid cast and chemically bonded to a cast-ironcore to provide reliable performance in heavy-duty applications.
Hyperflex 85A Wheels:Utilizing a soft urethane tread, these wheels offer superior noisereduction and non-marking treads for floor protection.
Extraglide 70D Wheels: Durability, ease ofuse, and corrosion resistance are just some of the advantages of thisversatile urethane wheel.
Urethane on AluminumWheels: high-qualityurethane is bonded to an aluminum core to create these wheels. They offereasy movement and a longer life than rubber wheels.
Torus Wheels:Designed for use in continuous towline applications, this urethane wheelwill protect floors, reduce noise, and reduce push-pull requirements.
ESD Wheel:Our electrostatic dissipative wheels are the wheels you need for smoothtransport of sensitive equipment, including hospital devices, computers,and other sensitive electronics.
Automotive Wheels:As the name implies, this urethane wheel is optimally designed fordemanding automotive applications, including towlines and cellular workareas.
Omega Wheels:This urethane wheel’s unique design allows it to retain bonds at highspeed, reduce noise, resist chunking, and so much more.
Ultra Thick UrethaneWheels: Capable of supporting up to 10,300 pounds, thiswheel can withstand some of your heaviest applications.
Whisper Wheels:Aptly named, these wheels are as quiet as a whisper while also protectingyour floor and providing shock absorption.
Ultra-Ride 80A Wheels:If you need to minimize floor contact pressure, this ultra-elastic,high-rebound, soft-tread urethane wheel is for you.
Ultra-Roll 70D Wheels:This robust wheel can support up to 5,750 pounds with its thick urethanetread and reinforced core.
Urethane on Polypropylene:Our polyurethane is bonded to a high-density polypropylene core, creatingbenefits such as eliminating bond separation from wet conditions.
Urethane Solid Wheels:If you need a wheel that will work in a high-moisture environment, look nofurther than our urethane solid wheel.
What Are the Possible Uses for Polyurethane Wheels?
Available in an array of durometers and thicknesses, our polyurethane wheels dominate nearly any application, with capacities ranging from 150 to 10,300 pounds. Some possible applications include:
Schools and restaurants
Light industrial settings