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Low Profile Casters

At Caster Concepts, we understand the importance of finding the right caster wheels for your specific material handling needs. That’s why we offer an extensive collection of low-profile casters designed to provide mobility and maneuverability in applications where clearance is a critical factor. 

Our low-profile caster wheels ensure that you’ll find the ideal solution for your specific requirements, whether you’re operating in tight spaces or seeking to minimize clearance issues.

Low-profile casters, also known as low-height casters, are designed to provide mobility while minimizing the overall height or clearance by offering the highest possible capacity at the lowest overall height. 

When selecting low-profile casters, it’s essential to consider factors such as the weight of the load, the environment in which they will be used, and the desired level of clearance. Our knowledgeable team at Caster Concepts can guide you through the process of choosing the right low-profile casters for your specific needs.


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Low-profile casters offer several advantages, including improved maneuverability in tight spaces, reduced risk of clearance issues, and enhanced stability due to the low center of gravity and compact design. 


They are particularly well-suited for applications in warehouses, factories, and other industrial settings where clearance is a concern.

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Caster Concepts has a wide variety of caster options. Many of these not only improve function – but also provide safety and add longevity to the product. When considering safety options, the most common consideration would be caster locks, caster brakes, toe guards, and reinforced legs. Options that extend the life of a caster are primarily options that seal the bearing of the caster to prevent contamination of the precision parts.

Other options include threaded zerks for when an application is difficult and high level of maintenance is required and track brush wipers that keep debris from stopping movement or damaging a wheel. These options can be added at the time of manufacturing or after the caster is fully assembled.