Our selection of Atlas Casters for sale at Olander includes a wide range of products to suit your specific caster needs. Sometimes referred to as caster wheels, these assemblies consist of a wheel and a mount designed to attach to and maneuver various equipment, like a cart. Our low-profile Atlas Casters have high load capacities while remaining lightweight. In addition to exceptional ergonomics, these industrial casters are corrosion-resistant and shock-absorbent, with several versatile mounting options. Browse our quality casters and caster accessories below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types of casters available?

There are a wide variety of casters to choose from, including swivel casters and leveling casters along with different mounts and restraints. Each type of caster is designed for a specific purpose, so you can find the perfect caster for your needs.

Can casters be used on different types of surfaces?

Yes, casters are designed to be versatile and can be used on a wide range of surfaces. Whether it's concrete, tile, wood, or carpet, casters are engineered to provide smooth and efficient movement. However, it is always recommended to check the specific product details or consult with our experts to ensure compatibility with your desired surface.

Are casters suitable for outdoor use?

Yes, most casters are designed to withstand outdoor conditions. They are typically constructed with materials that may resist corrosion, rust, and other environmental factors. This makes them ideal for outdoor applications where durability and reliability are crucial, such as in industrial settings, warehouses, or construction sites.

How do I choose the right caster for my needs?

To select the appropriate caster, you should consider factors such as weight capacity, wheel material, mounting type, and specific application requirements. It is advisable to assess the load-bearing capacity, surface conditions, mobility needs, and any specific environmental considerations before deciding.

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