Caster Concepts Newsletter, January 2014
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Unique Push-Pull Characteristics

When it comes to industrial casters, there is a fine balance between achieving heavy carrying capacities and a low push/pull force while keeping noise levels in a safe range. Hard wheels, such as steel or phenolic provide an easy solution to heavy loads, but are extremely noisy, and can damage floors.

Recently, Caster Concepts was asked to bid on designing and building a cart for an automobile manufacturer with very demanding requirements...


Casters 101

Many people, when asked what a caster is, stumble for a correct answer, or simply don’t know. Once you start noticing casters however, you quickly see that they’re everywhere, being used in countless areas of industry, food service, health care, and transportation. So what exactly is a caster? A caster is an undriven, single, double, or compound wheel that is designed to be mounted to the bottom of a larger object so as to enable that object to be easily moved...

Getting to Know Travis Foster

“Travis Foster embodies the worker profile that we find most valuable at Caster Concepts” stated Production Manager, Andrew Dobbins. “Due to our make-to-order approach to manufacturing, we need to have talented individuals that have a variety of skills sets. With a flexible work force we are able to move people to the areas that are most constrained and needing key labor...


Caster Concepts has developed an exciting new motion solution – the TWERGO wheel (Twin Wheel Ergonomic). Designed for a wide variety of industrial applications, casters that utilize TWERGO wheels provide easier movement of loaded carts or vehicles

Increase the safety and productivity in your workplace with the new TWERGO caster!
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