Our M Series powder coated castors are first zinc plated and then powder coated so as to better resist corrosion from substances such as alkaline soaps and other cleaning agents. The castors have stainless steel bottom races and twin ball races with stainless steel balls covered by a diaphragm shroud to stop water entering from above (the top race is zinc plated only). The castors are powder coated in Interpon colour “Anodic Natural Matte”. The wheels are available with a plain PBT (corrosion free) bush or a stainless steel precision bearing. Thread guards prevent the build-up of hair and lint.
85–200 kg load rating
1 year warranty
White nylon, grey rubber, thermoplastic elastomer or polyurethane wheels
Powder coated forks with stainless steel races, in bolt hole, total brake and direction lock configurations
Made in Australia
Fallshaw Group | Mobility solutions: Push, pull & lift with ease
Everyday the Fallshaw Group of companies provide mobility solutions and products to businesses all over Australia and the world.
As the experts in mindful moving, we manufacture and supply products that are designed and built to minimise the risk of workplace accidents and injuries associated with pushing, pulling or lifting heavy loads in the healthcare, commercial and industrial sectors.
Comprised of some of the biggest brands and providers in materials handling, our massive range of Australian made Fallshaw wheels and castors, Electrodrive electric tugs, Gzunda bed movers, Liftmaster bin lifters, and the Castors & Industrial range of conveyor systems, scissor lifts, access equipment, pallet trucks, trolleys and everything in between, all work toward keeping you and your workplace safer. So whether it is reducing the risk of forklift related accidents, providing hospitals with safer moving equipment, or keeping your trolleys running efficiently, the Fallshaw Group has you covered.
Why not contact one of our representatives for a free assessment of your workplace, or to discuss how the Fallshaw Group can keep your business operating efficiently and safely?