Gap crosser air casters are designed to cross gaps and steps in concrete and wood floor surfaces. They have a special perforated membrane that meters the airflow and prevents rapid outflow of air when encountering a gap. They are typically used in clean rooms, facilities with mezzanine floors, and wood stages in theatres. They can handle loads up to 24,000 lbs per caster.
Neoprene air casters are made of reinforced rubber material that can withstand high pressure. They have more capacity on the same footprint than polyurethane air casters. They are suitable for average factory floors and can handle heavy loads up to 40,000 kg per caster. They are durable, high-performance, and low in air consumption.
Polyurethane air casters are made of plastic material that is almost wear-free. They consume less air than neoprene air casters, but have less capacity. They are ideal for fixed mounting under machines or parts that require frequent moving. They are wear-free, vibration-free, and accurate in moving. They can handle loads up to 10,000 kg per caster.
Aqua casters are a type of Air casters that use water instead of air as the medium to create a thin film of water between the object and the floor. They are ideal for moving extremely heavy loads, such as turntables, cable carousels, cable baskets, or ships. They require less energy and volume than air, and they can also handle uneven surfaces and slopes.