innoAIRvation manufactures Stainless Steel Air Casters for Food, Chemical, and Pharmaceutical industries.
All metallic components, machined from Stainless Steel, increase resistance to harsh chemicals, cutting fluids, oils, and cleaning solutions, to operate trouble free in demanding corrosive environments.
Many standard sizes are available. All Air Casters from our standard products list can be manufactured with stainless steel components.
innoAIRvation has become the preferred provider to Soy Sauce manufactures for their press operation. The elements have direct contact with a 14 to 18% sodium content solution where standard Air Caster elements operate for only months prior to replacement.
Our Stainless Steel Air Casters can operate 500% longer (greater than 10 years) in the same environment increasing production time and saving money.
Features & Benefits
Stainless Steel Air Casters Specifications
|Model No.||Capacity (lbs)||Dimensions (in)|
|21RSGHD||8,000||20.94 x 20.94|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the minimum number of Air Casters to move a load?
3 Air Casters is the minimum required, with the casters arranged in a triangular pattern.
How much pushing force is required to move a load on Air Casters?
On a smooth sealed concrete floor, the coefficient of friction is approximately .002 to .003, requiring 2 to 3 pounds of pushing force for each 1000 pounds of load on a flat level floor.
Is there a minimum load allowed on a specific Air Caster size?
Yes, each caster has a minimum load rating between 5- 10% of its maximum capacity. In many cases the regulation is the issue trying to operate at low pressure ranges down to 2 to 3 psi. Often this can be circumvented by ganging several Air Casters on a single regulator to provide higher adjustment ranges for equally loaded casters.
Will my floors work for Air Casters?
This is the single most important question presented by most end users. Air Casters require smooth machine trialed finished concrete with a high-quality sealer to ensure the concrete is not porous. Painted and epoxy coated floors work exceptionally well. Air Casters will protect your floor finish over conventional rollers and wheels.