How to Order Replacement Furniture Casters

Furniture casters last a long time, but they still sometimes need replacing. The best way to order replacement furniture casters is from a company that specializes in casters and wheels, not the place where you bought the furniture. Typically, by

Stainless Steel Casters: Strong, Low-Maintenance, Long-Lasting

Heavy-duty industrial and commercial caster applications demand rugged durability. Our stainless steel casters are designed to hold up even in the most punishing work environments. They’re fabricated using all stainless steel components, to withstand years of demanding everyday use in

Light-Duty Casters: Versatile and Affordable

Light-duty, consumer-grade casters are highly versatile, and they’re common in homes and workplaces. Inexpensive light-duty casters increase safety and reduce injuries, by making it much easier to move furniture, workstations, lab equipment, and more. TV and Video Television and video

Neoprene Casters: Strong, Quiet, Versatile

Neoprene synthetic-rubber caster wheels are useful in a wide variety of industrial, medical, and business applications. Neoprene casters are quiet, smooth, and long-wearing. They’re practically maintenance-free, and they’re non-marking and resistant to oils and chemicals. Neoprene is chemically stable and

Furniture Casters: Choose Wisely

Casters are incredibly useful when it comes to furniture that needs to be moved around, including tables, chairs, cabinets, and so on. Like any other application, the right casters make things easy, and they’ll last a long time. You also

Rigid and Swivel Casters: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to choosing casters, one of the first decisions you’ll make is rigid or swivel. Here’s what you need to know. Rigid Casters: One Direction Rigid or “fixed” casters allow you to move your materials or equipment back

Need New Casters? Get the Right Load Capacity

Shopping for casters? Be sure you know what load capacity you need. All casters are rated for maximum weight, so you’ll need to know how much weight you expect to put on them. There are three main groups of caster

How to Keep Your Casters Rolling Smoothly

Our casters and wheels are designed and built to deliver trouble-free service for many years. Inspecting, cleaning, and lubricating your wheels and casters often – and replacing them promptly when they’re worn out – helps keep them doing their job.

Medical Casters for Hospital and Clinical Applications

Hospitals use casters and wheels for wide-ranging applications, including chairs, stools, crash carts, overbid tables, IV poles, computer stands, ultrasound and X-ray carts, case carts, surgical instrument carts, and hospital beds such as Hill-Rom and Stryker. California Caster has casters