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Heat-resistant wheels for demanding environments.
When it comes to moving heavy loads in demanding environments, it's important to choose the right wheel. Heat-resistant wheels from the 67- and 72-series are designed to perform in extreme temperatures and demanding environments. In this article, we will take a closer look at the features of these wheels and what they are best used for.
67 series heat-resistant wheels
The 67-series heat-resistant wheels are suitable for temperatures between -20°C and +300°C. This makes them ideal for high-temperature environments such as baking ovens and industrial ovens. They are resistant to wet and humid environments, as well as weak acids, alcohol, solvents, oils and greases.
These wheels are suitable for use on flat and hard surfaces, such as tile, cement and plastic. However, they are not suitable for rough surfaces, such as asphalt, grates and (chipped) residue. They are also not suitable for use in environments with strong organic and mineral acids, and with strong bases.
72 series heat-resistant wheels
The 72 series heat-resistant wheels are suitable for temperatures between -30°C and +250°C. This makes them suitable for use in baking ovens, where they can be exposed to temperatures up to 250°C for a maximum of 30 minutes. After use, they must cool at room temperature for at least 30 minutes.
These wheels are not suitable for use on floors with obstacles and sensitive surfaces. They are also not suitable for use in environments with strong acids and oils.
Choosing the right wheel for demanding environments is critical to ensure worker safety and transport efficiency. Heat-resistant wheels from the 67- and 72-series are designed to perform in extreme temperatures and demanding environments. Make sure you understand the properties of these wheels and choose the right wheels for your project.