- Zinc-plated finish is attractive and durable
- Full double ball hardened raceways for better performance and greater durability
- 3/8″ hollow axle with lock nut
- Permanent rivet kingpin construction
- Reinforcing washer on upper and lower raceway for swivel models
- Grease holes: wheel bearing
- “Colson 45” multi-temp grease lubricates in extreme hot and cold temperatures
- Square Stem: Four 17/64″ diameter holes are drilled in square stem, two per side. 2-1/2″ x 7/8″ square
Performa wheels offer the advantages of both hard and soft tread materials in a single wheel. Like a hard tread wheel, Performa rolls easily and is very durable. Like a soft tread wheel, it rolls quietly, protects floors and resists impacts with a cushion ride. It also features maximum weather-ability, low temperature flexibility, resistance to chemicals, water and steam, and rejects floor debris such as metal shavings. Non-marking thermoplastic elastomer tread is permanently bonded to a ribbed polyolefin wheel core.
Performa Conductive wheels combine a soft cushion ride with a non-marking tread design. All wheels feature a cushion grey Performa tread bonded to a black Polyolefin wheel core. Performa Conductive wheels have been rigorously tested and approved by an independent lab and meet the requirements of federal specification FF-C-88C. This specification requires an average electrical resistance of less than 250,000 ohms.
Designed for hard impacts and heavy loads, this wheel is injection molded from an exclusive Colson polyolefin compound. The unique ribbed design adds strength. Very light in weight, yet the impact strength of this wheel is far superior to hard rubber wheels. It offers superior resistance to most oils, chemicals, grease, gasoline, cooking fats and acids. In addition, the wheel is stain resistant, non-marking and provides zero water absorption.
Polyurethane tread is bonded to a polyolefin core. Tread is molded in, around and through a ribbed extension of the core to prevent debonding. Standard colors are maroon tread on grey core. This is a very attractive, all purpose wheel. Resistant to most chemicals, solvents, water and acids.
Phenolic resin wheels are filled with macerated fabric. This wheel provides quieter operation than steel or aluminum, provides superior floor protection, and resists hard impacts, most chemicals and steam. The standard color is black.
This wheel should be specified when excessive load weights are involved and floor protection is not a factor. Its high strength withstands sharp impacts. Cast Iron wheels should not be used if noise is of major concern or if loads are fragile.
Colson Maxim Wheels feature an exclusive, ultra-tough thermoplastic compound that resists hard impacts and drop-shocks. The wheel is impervious to most chemicals, solvents, salts, gases, alkalines and steam cleaning and does not absorb water. When compared to other hard tread wheels, Maxim wheels require less force to roll and swivel. It is ideal for many industrial and institutional applications and is NSF listed for the food service industry. The wheel is non-marking.
Thermo wheels feature a standard operating temperature range from -70°F (continuous service) to +525°F (intermittent service, +480°F continuous service). These wheels are molded from an exclusive engineered resin compound that offers non-marking floor protection, near zero water absorption, high load capacities and long service life. A special manufacturing process enables the wheels to retain a consistent bearing bore even when exposed to elevated temperatures. Furthermore, Thermo wheels are 100% recyclable, and they are highly resistant to animal fats, vegetable oils and salt solutions. The life expectancy of Thermo wheels is three times longer than high-temp phenolic wheels, and they offer an equal load capacity. Unlike high-temp phenolic wheels, Colson Thermo wheels have no outer skin that can break and absorb water or other fluids.
Top Lock – Available with all swivel casters in the 3 Series line. Colson’s Top Lock brake gives positive braking action on all types of wheels by engaging a rubber brake show directly against the tread surface of the wheel. A self-compensating spring maintains the effectiveness of the brake throughout the life of the wheel. Thread guards can also be used with this brake. The brake pedals are rugged .090 steel and zinc plated.
Standard: Four 17/64″ diameter holes drilled in stem, 2 per side. 2-1/2″ long x 7/8″ square.
MTG7: 2-1/2″ long x 3/4″ diameter
MTG9: 2-1/2″ long x 7/8″ diameter
MTG11: 2-1/2″ long x 1″ diameter
Fork and Wheel Options
NSF Listed for Food Service Industry – All models except thread guards and cast iron wheels
Swivel Dust Cap available
Thread Guards are available on many models, in metal or plastic options.
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Bearing Options – Standard bearings are roller bearings. Optional bearings are available:
Roller Bearing – Metal cage roller bearing (WB29)
Roller Bearing – Metal thrust and retainer washer (WSR1)
Roller Bearing – Sintered iron step washers (WSR2)
Roller Bearing – Sealed metal retainer washer (WSR3)
Delrin Bearing – For standard two-piece bearing, change ninth digit to “1” (Example: 3.00617.441)
Pedestal Precision Ball Bearing – Change ninth digit to “5” (Example: 3.00617.445)
Bronze – Change ninth digit to “4” (Example: 3.00617.504)