PMX – Rubber (Rim) Hardness: 80 Shore A. (-20ºC to + 70ºC). Produced with solid rubber rim and stamped carbon steel plates for the flanges (wheel center). They do not require maintenance, they do not go flat, easily rolling under obstacles and are indicated for use on irregular floors. Flanges are secured by screws enabling the mounting and replacement of their components that may be supplied separately.
PAC – Molded Polyurethane – High Hardness. Hardness: 60 Shore D. (-40ºC to + 80ºC). Produced with a high hardness molded polyurethane tread and grey cast iron wheel center. Ideal for more severe applications on various surface and environment types. They withstand heavy loads, protect the floor, requiring less effort to be handled, enabling equipment maneuvering and handling. They produce a low noise level when rolling and have an excellent service life. They have an excellent mechanical resistance and are resistant to abrasion, impacts, weathering and chemicals such as greases, oils, salts and solvents. They can be used at a speed of up to 4km/h when mounted with ball bearings.
BMN – Solid Tire – Nylon Wheel Center. Hardness: 80 Shore A. (-20ºC to + 70ºC). Manufactured with a solid rubber rim and injected nylon wheel center. Indicated for applications in irregular floors where handling easiness, impact and vibration damping is required. They offer an easy maintenance, and their components can be supplied separately.
PHP – Molded Polyurethane – High Performance. Hardness: 95 Shore A. (-40ºC to + 100ºC). Produced with a molded high performance polyurethane tread and grey cast iron wheel center. Ideal for applications on various surface and environment types. They offer excellent results with towed equipment. They withstand high loads, protect the floor, require less effort to handle, produce low noise level during handling, have an excellent resistance to tearing, impacts and abrasion, with a superior service life. They have an excellent resistance to weathering and chemicals such as greases, oils, salts and solvents. They can be used at a speed of up to 30km/h when mounted with ball bearings.