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26Y425 P-RCP-050X013/038D UNSPSC # 31162701

Nonmarking Rubber Tread on Plastic Core Wheel: 5 in Wheel Dia., 1 1/4 in Wheel Wd

  • Item # 26Y425
  • Mfr. Model # P-RCP-050X013/038D
  • UNSPSC # 31162701
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Nonmarking wheels with a rubber tread and plastic core will not leave marks on floor surfaces. They are used in indoor facilities that must maintain an attractive floor appearance. The casters' plastic core is lighter and provides better corrosion resistance than a metal core. Nonmarking rubber tread on plastic core wheels are used on carts, racks, and similar equipment in a range of institutional and industrial applications.

Wheels with rubber treads are suitable for most types of flooring and provide more floor protection than wheels with metal treads. They are available in a range of hardnesses. In general, soft rubber treads offer more cushioning and better floor protection than hard rubber treads, and hard rubber treads provide more weight capacity, better abrasion resistance, and easier rolling than soft rubber treads. Rubber tread standard wheels are used for replacing the existing wheels on carts, racks, and similar equipment.

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Nonmarking Rubber Tread on Plastic Core Wheel: 5 in Wheel Dia., 1 1/4 in Wheel Wd

  • Item # 26Y425
  • Mfr. Model # P-RCP-050X013/038D
  • UNSPSC # 31162701
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Nonmarking wheels with a rubber tread and plastic core will not leave marks on floor surfaces. They are used in indoor facilities that must maintain an attractive floor appearance. The casters' plastic core is lighter and provides better corrosion resistance than a metal core. Nonmarking rubber tread on plastic core wheels are used on carts, racks, and similar equipment in a range of institutional and industrial applications.

Wheels with rubber treads are suitable for most types of flooring and provide more floor protection than wheels with metal treads. They are available in a range of hardnesses. In general, soft rubber treads offer more cushioning and better floor protection than hard rubber treads, and hard rubber treads provide more weight capacity, better abrasion resistance, and easier rolling than soft rubber treads. Rubber tread standard wheels are used for replacing the existing wheels on carts, racks, and similar equipment.

Technical Specs

  • Item Nonmarking Rubber Tread on Plastic Core Wheel
  • Load Rating 325 lb
  • Wheel Dia. 5 in
  • Wheel Width 1 1/4 in
  • Wheel/Tread Material Thermoplastic Rubber
  • Wheel/Tread Hardness Rating Firm
  • Wheel/Tread Hardness 85-95 Shore A
  • Wheel/Tread Color Gray
  • Wheel Bearing Type Delrin
  • Tread Shape Donut
  • For Axle Size 3/8 in
  • Wheel Core Material Plastic
  • Core Color Beige
  • Non-Marking Yes
  • Hub Length 1 7/16 in
  • Operating Temperature Range -45 Degrees to 180 Degrees F
  • Includes Spanner Bushing
  • Includes Spanner Bushing Not Included

Nonmarking wheels with a rubber tread and plastic core will not leave marks on floor surfaces. They are used in indoor facilities that must maintain an attractive floor appearance. The casters' plastic core is lighter and provides better corrosion resistance than a metal core. Nonmarking rubber tread on plastic core wheels are used on carts, racks, and similar equipment in a range of institutional and industrial applications.

Wheels with rubber treads are suitable for most types of flooring and provide more floor protection than wheels with metal treads. They are available in a range of hardnesses. In general, soft rubber treads offer more cushioning and better floor protection than hard rubber treads, and hard rubber treads provide more weight capacity, better abrasion resistance, and easier rolling than soft rubber treads. Rubber tread standard wheels are used for replacing the existing wheels on carts, racks, and similar equipment.

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