Hamilton Caster

AE Series Casters offer smooth swiveling.
Material Handling & Storage

AE Series Casters offer smooth swiveling.

AE Series Shock Absorbing Casters are available in range from 4 in. dia x 2 in. wide up to 12 in. dia x 5 in. wide. Suitable for aerospace and heavy-duty applications, casters feature Spinfinity swivel construction and unibody spring housing. Unit’s spring housing is laser cut and bent from single plate steel. Casters are designed with top plate and inner raceway of forged steel.

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Hamilton Trailers Don
Transportation Industry Products

Hamilton Trailers Don

Nothing says productivity plus like a trailer built to save money and human muscle. Case in point: This custom trailer we recently designed to haul large circulating water pump motors from warehouse to power plant. The customer had previously been using heavy timbers to mount and house the motors. Not only were the timbers cumbersome for crews to remove manually; the motors also required...

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These Poly Guard Casters Leave FOD in the Dust
Material Handling & Storage

These Poly Guard Casters Leave FOD in the Dust

Foreign objects and debris, better known as FOD, are public enemy #1 on production floors. There's nothing a caster hates more than having its smooth-gliding mojo halted by a smattering of nuts, bolts and other unwelcome randos. That's why we created a new Special Maxi-Duty Caster with Poly Guard. Equipped with a one-of-a-kind polyurethane brush, the caster clears away and prevents...

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This Order for Our Giant Ultra-Maxi Duty Casters Speaks Fluent Awesome
Material Handling & Storage

This Order for Our Giant Ultra-Maxi Duty Casters Speaks Fluent Awesome

Sure, a picture says a thousand words. But guess what's even better? A thousand pounds - and we've got the pics to prove it. Take a look at this recent order for our Ultra Maxi-Duty (UMD) Casters, which a leading aerospace supplier will be using on stands to support their next generation of products. With a load rating of up to 40,000 pounds per caster, UMDs represent the highest capacity...

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Hamilton Custom Dolly Keeps a Low Profile While Toting 6 Tons of Fun
Material Handling & Storage

Hamilton Custom Dolly Keeps a Low Profile While Toting 6 Tons of Fun

Like a jungle cat that moves low to the ground to stalk its quarry, this custom cart we recently built really knows how to pounce on heavy prey. Called a lowrider, it's being shipped to Korea to go to work in the oil industry and can carry up to 6 tons of crushing weight. And yet its disarmingly playful yellow wheels make you feel like a kid again. Hamilton Caster 1637 Dixie Highway Hamilton...

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The world's Most Immortal Material Just Went 3D

The world's Most Immortal Material Just Went 3D

For years, graphene has been thought to be the strongest material on earth. But its thin, two-dimensional properties have always made it difficult to work with in useful 3D form - until now. A team of MIT engineers recently discovered a way to develop graphene into a structure that's stronger than steel and lighter in weight. By compressing layers of the one-atom thick graphene and subjecting...

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What it's Like to Drive a Toyota in 2030
Material Handling & Storage

What it's Like to Drive a Toyota in 2030

In a perfect world, we think everything should be on wheels. Until then, we'll settle for a future with self-driving cars, like this Toyota Concept-i that recently took the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) by storm. Equipped with Artificial Intelligence, the car adapts to your preferences and even anticipates your needs. Inside its Lamborghini-like doors, the Concept-i uses a visual...

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Explosives, Armaments, and Weaponry

It's Common Wisdom that Behind Every Great Wheel Lies another Great Wheel

Case in point: Check out this video featuring the Triumph Infor Rocket Streamliner preparing for greatness just moments before it clinched the land speed record for the world's fastest-ever Triumph motorcycle on Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats, reaching a speed of 274.4 mph. The maintenance dolly that supports this aerodynamic powerhouse is rolling on none other than "you guessed it"...

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Heat Casters and Wheels feature stainless steel shielded ball bearings.
Construction Equipment and Supplies

Heat Casters and Wheels feature stainless steel shielded ball bearings.

Suitable for food manufacturing, autoclaves and product finish systems, High Heat Casters and Wheels come with 250°F - 750°F temperature capabilities. Available in 3in. to 12in. diameter, wheels feature Ultratherm™ and can be loaded up to 2000lbs. Having 260 to 9000 lbs load capacity, casters come with MagmaMax™ Extra Heavy Duty Series which provide extra thick forgings. Both products are...

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High-temp Casters and Wheels are abrasion and wear resistant.

High-temp Casters and Wheels are abrasion and wear resistant.

Built to withstand rigors of extreme temperatures, casters and wheels are water, acids and chemicals resistant. Unit is temperature rated between 475 and 570 degrees Fahrenheit. Moving 2,000-pound load without damaging floors in 570 degree temperatures, unit comes with stainless steel precision ball bearing which is rated up to 750 degrees Fahrenheit. Reinforced with injection molded 33% Glass...

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Company News

Hamilton Caster Unveils New State-of-the-Art Powder Coating System

The product finish upgrade transitions to HAA polyesters: New Platinum Powder and Crimson Powder. November 15th, 2017: Hamilton Caster, a premier manufacturer of industrial casters and wheels, announces a significant expansion of its manufacturing capabilities with an advanced powder coating system. The new system was installed in Hamilton’s 100,000 sq foot facility in Hamilton, Ohio and became...

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Company News

Hamilton Caster Unveils New State-of-the-Art Powder Coating System

The product finish upgrade transitions to HAA polyesters: New Platinum Powder and Crimson Powder. November 15th, 2017: Hamilton Caster, a premier manufacturer of industrial casters and wheels, announces a significant expansion of its manufacturing capabilities with an advanced powder coating system. The new system was installed in Hamilton’s 100,000 sq foot facility in Hamilton, Ohio and became...

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AE Series Casters offer smooth swiveling.
Material Handling & Storage

AE Series Casters offer smooth swiveling.

AE Series Shock Absorbing Casters are available in range from 4 in. dia x 2 in. wide up to 12 in. dia x 5 in. wide. Suitable for aerospace and heavy-duty applications, casters feature Spinfinity swivel construction and unibody spring housing. Unit’s spring housing is laser cut and bent from single plate steel. Casters are designed with top plate and inner raceway of forged steel.

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Company News

What it's Like to be a Hamilton Engineer

Part Sherlock Holmes, part Erno Rubik, Hamilton engineers are the tireless problem solvers behind some of the toughest productivity tools on the planet. Some focus on casters and wheels while others play switch hitters with trucks and trailers, too. The common denominator? All are masters at custom solutions. We caught up with a few members of "The J team", as we like to call them (because most...

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Company News

What it's Like to be a Hamilton Engineer

Part Sherlock Holmes, part Erno Rubik, Hamilton engineers are the tireless problem solvers behind some of the toughest productivity tools on the planet. Some focus on casters and wheels while others play switch hitters with trucks and trailers, too. The common denominator? All are masters at custom solutions. We caught up with a few members of "The J team", as we like to call them (because most...

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Hamilton Trailers Don
Transportation Industry Products

Hamilton Trailers Don

Nothing says productivity plus like a trailer built to save money and human muscle. Case in point: This custom trailer we recently designed to haul large circulating water pump motors from warehouse to power plant. The customer had previously been using heavy timbers to mount and house the motors. Not only were the timbers cumbersome for crews to remove manually; the motors also required...

Read More »
These Poly Guard Casters Leave FOD in the Dust
Material Handling & Storage

These Poly Guard Casters Leave FOD in the Dust

Foreign objects and debris, better known as FOD, are public enemy #1 on production floors. There's nothing a caster hates more than having its smooth-gliding mojo halted by a smattering of nuts, bolts and other unwelcome randos. That's why we created a new Special Maxi-Duty Caster with Poly Guard. Equipped with a one-of-a-kind polyurethane brush, the caster clears away and prevents...

Read More »
This Order for Our Giant Ultra-Maxi Duty Casters Speaks Fluent Awesome
Material Handling & Storage

This Order for Our Giant Ultra-Maxi Duty Casters Speaks Fluent Awesome

Sure, a picture says a thousand words. But guess what's even better? A thousand pounds - and we've got the pics to prove it. Take a look at this recent order for our Ultra Maxi-Duty (UMD) Casters, which a leading aerospace supplier will be using on stands to support their next generation of products. With a load rating of up to 40,000 pounds per caster, UMDs represent the highest capacity...

Read More »
Hamilton Custom Dolly Keeps a Low Profile While Toting 6 Tons of Fun
Material Handling & Storage

Hamilton Custom Dolly Keeps a Low Profile While Toting 6 Tons of Fun

Like a jungle cat that moves low to the ground to stalk its quarry, this custom cart we recently built really knows how to pounce on heavy prey. Called a lowrider, it's being shipped to Korea to go to work in the oil industry and can carry up to 6 tons of crushing weight. And yet its disarmingly playful yellow wheels make you feel like a kid again. Hamilton Caster 1637 Dixie Highway Hamilton...

Read More »
The world's Most Immortal Material Just Went 3D

The world's Most Immortal Material Just Went 3D

For years, graphene has been thought to be the strongest material on earth. But its thin, two-dimensional properties have always made it difficult to work with in useful 3D form - until now. A team of MIT engineers recently discovered a way to develop graphene into a structure that's stronger than steel and lighter in weight. By compressing layers of the one-atom thick graphene and subjecting...

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