TM – Termic. Hardness: 90 Shore D. (0ºC to + 200ºC). Manufactured in phenolic resin (bakelite), molded by heat and pressure. Indicated for utilization in high temperature environment applications. They have good mechanical properties, resistant to deformation under static loads and roll easily. They are resistant to most chemicals.
NHT – Fiberglass-reinforced Thermoplastic Compound. Hardness: 85 Shore D. (-20ºC to + 220ºC). Produced with a fiberglass-reinforced engineering thermoplastic compound. Indicated for utilization in high and low temperature applications. They are light and have an excellent mechanical resistance, roll very easily, requiring less effort in maneuvering and handling. Resistant to greases, oils, and some kinds of acids.
TB – Thermoplastic Rubber. Hardness: 80 Shore A. (-20ºC to + 70ºC). Produced with recyclable thermoplastic elastic rubber tread and polypropylene copolymer wheel center. They present an excellent floor protection, soft and quiet rolling, easiness to handling and maneuvering, impact resistance, have a low deformation index under load and excellent abrasion resistance. They have a good resistance to weathering and chemicals such as salts and greases. Nominal working speed is up to 4km/h.