Structural characteristics of stainless steel casters
Casters are one of the tools we use now, and the emergence of casters is very helpful for moving and moving objects. In recent years, with the improvement of production level, more and more devices need to be moved. Casters are also widely used all over the world, and castors are almost impossible for all walks of life. With the continuous development of modern science and technology, more and more functions and high utilization rate of equipment are becoming more and more, and the casters have become indispensable parts. In order to help you get a better understanding of the casters, let's talk about the structural features of the stainless steel casters.
Installation height: the vertical distance from the ground to the installation position of the equipment. The height of the casters is the maximum distance from the base of the casters and the wheels.
The center distance of the steering wheel: refers to the horizontal distance from the vertical line of the center rivet to the center of the wheel core.
Turning radius: refers to the horizontal distance between the vertical line of the center rivet to the outer edge of the tire, and the proper spacing can make the casters turn 360 degrees. Whether the rotation radius is reasonable or not directly affects the service life of the casters.
Travel load: load bearing capacity of casters while moving is also called dynamic load. The dynamic load of casters is different due to different test methods of factories, but also because of different material of wheels. The key is whether the structure and quality of supports can resist impact and concussion.
Shock load: the instantaneous load bearing capacity of a wheel when the equipment is impacted or vibrate. Static load static load static load static load: the weight that the wheel can bear in a static state. The static load should be 5~6 times as high as the load (dynamic load), and the static load should be at least 2 times the impact load.
Turn: hard, narrow wheels are easier to turn than soft and wide wheels. The rotational radius is an important parameter of the wheel rotation. The too short turning radius will increase the difficulty of steering, and the oversize will lead to the sloshing of the wheel and the shortening of the life.
Flexibility: the factors that affect the selection of casters flexibility and support structure, steel bracket wheel size, type, wheel bearings, wheel greater flexibility and better, hard in the smooth ground narrow round flat soft wheels and the wheels on the ground, but soft uneven effort but, on the ground of soft rough wheels can better protect the equipment and the shock absorber!