Top Plate Super Mute Medical Casters (90kg)
Load Capacity: ≤90kg (Double Wheel)
Installation Method: Top Plate
Installation Size: (70/61)x(56/50)mm
Load Height: 127mm
Wheel Size: φ100xW60mm
Wheel Material: Super Rubber
Bracket Type: Swivel
Bracket Material: Plastic
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FAQs You Might Request Before Order
Q1: Can I get the caster wheel samples from you?
A: We would be honoured to offer you caster samples, but it doesn’t have to be free.
Q2: How do I place an order?
A: Please contact us via “Add to Quote” above or direct email and let us know your requirements, then we will provide a complete official quotation for you to decide, doing business with us is very easy.
Q3: What is your MOQ?
A: Small orders can be accepted if we have stock. MOQ for different types is different.
Q4: What about your lead time?
A: Usually, for samples and regular products, the delivery time is about 3-7 business days, mass production time needs 20-30 days. It is up to the quantity and stocking.
Q5: Is it OK to print my logo on casters?
Option 1 – Build the molds and fixtures upon your sample or technical drawings.
Option 2 – Add your logo on the fork or wheel.
Option 3 – Pack the casters in your branded carton.
Q6: How can I trust the quality of your casters?
A: We tell you that we have a variety of international quality certificates, we have a very strict quality control system, and we do a series of caster tests before shipping. Right, you still have no idea about our quality. Therefore, no hesitation! Just place a trial order from Carson. You will not only trust the quality of casters, but also trust the character of Carson people since then.
Q7: Can you provide other casters besides the products on the website?
A: The caster products featured on our website are the main products we promote, but not all of them. We will regularly update the displayed products, if you have special needs, you can also contact us.
Top Plate Medical Casters are designed specifically for use in medical and healthcare environments. They typically have the following features:
- Durable construction: Medical casters are built to withstand heavy loads and frequent use. They are often made of materials such as stainless steel or reinforced plastic to ensure they are long-lasting and resistant to corrosion and wear.
- Easy to clean: Medical casters are designed to be easy to clean and disinfect, to minimize the risk of cross-contamination. They may have smooth, non-porous surfaces, or be coated with antimicrobial materials.
- Low profile: Medical casters often have a low profile design to minimize the risk of tripping or catching on obstacles.
- Smooth rolling: Medical casters are designed to roll smoothly, with little resistance. This makes it easier to move medical equipment and reduces the risk of injury to patients and staff.
- Brakes: Many medical casters have built-in brakes to keep the equipment in place and prevent movement during use.
- Wheel Material: Medical casters often have wheels made of materials that are less likely to mark or scratch flooring surfaces.
Top Plate Medical Casters are used in a wide range of medical and healthcare applications, including:
- Hospital beds: Casters are often used on the legs of hospital beds, allowing them to be easily moved around a room or between rooms.
- Medical carts: Casters are used on the legs of medical carts, such as IV poles, medication carts, and instrument carts, to make them easy to move around.
- Patient transport: Casters are used on the legs of patient transport equipment, such as stretchers and wheelchairs, to make them easy to move around a hospital or healthcare facility.
- Medical equipment: Casters are used on the legs of various types of medical equipment, such as imaging machines, diagnostic equipment, and surgical equipment, to make them easy to move around a room or between rooms.
- Laboratory equipment: Casters are used on the legs of laboratory equipment, such as microscopes and centrifuges, to make them easy to move around a laboratory or research facility.
- Dental equipment: Casters are used on the legs of dental equipment, such as chairs and delivery systems, to make them easy to move around a dental practice or clinic.
- Physical therapy equipment: Casters are used on the legs of physical therapy equipment, such as exercise equipment and rehabilitation equipment, to make them easy to move around a physical therapy clinic or hospital.