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W-3ESB

3'' Stem Swivel Caster With Brake

3" swivel stem-mount caster with brake
USD$9.00
  • 3 inches (76 mm) diameter wheel
  • 150 pounds (68 kg) loading capacity
  • 2.5M/h maximum speed

3 inches swivel stem caster with brake and a loading capacity of 150 pounds (68 kg) and a maximum speed of 2.5M/h. The stem-mount is made with a rubber bushing that expands into a 28 mm steel pipe to keep the wheel in place. See the Installation Steps tab for more information on how to install W-3ESB casters.

Use the F-BUS component when this caster is used with the EP-96-ST pipe.

3 inches casters are made for:

  • Small trips (25 to 30 feet)
  • Infrequent use (10 to 20 times a day)
  • Carts weighting less than 400 pounds
  • Narrow carts (between 16 and 24 in. wide)

W-3ESB has an electric conductivity version (ESD) : EW-3ESB

For a more frequent use or longer trips, we recommend considering the W-4ESB or W-6PSB casters.

All casters are equipped with a precision ball bearing.

For carts that will go outside, roll on ramps or damaged floors, it's preferable use 6 inches casters.

More Information
Best SellerYes
Units per box40
Unit weight pounds1.6 lbs (0.725 kg)
Box dimensions inchesL18 X W11 X H12 in (L460 X W280 X H300 mm)
Wheel diameter inches3 in (76 mm)
Total height inches4 1/16 in (104 mm)
Tread width inches1 1/4 in (32 mm)
RoHS certificationYes
RecyclableYes
ReusableYes
Recommend surfacesAsphalt, pavement, ceramic, carpet, flat steel, stone, wood, brick, linoleum, granit
Surfaces markingNone
NoiseNone
Electric conductivity (ESD)Non
Corrosion resistanceGood
System operational temperature-22°F to 158°F (-30°C to 70°C)
Loading capacity150 lbs (68 Kg)
Bearing typePrecision ball bearing
Wheel materialThermoplastic Rubber (TPR)
Tread hardness70A
Wheel finishMatte
Brake typePedal brake
Wheel typeSwivel
Radius3 in (76 mm)
Maximum speed2.5 M/h
Oil resistanceGood
  1. Ensure you have the following parts:
    • 1x W-3ESB
    • 1x 28mm pipe of your choice
    • 1x Wrench
  2. Ensure that the structure is levelled when supported by the pipes that will be wheeled. Otherwise, the height difference might cause the structure to sway.
  3. Flip the structure for a better access to the bottom pipes.
  4. Engage the wheel brake to lock the wheel.
  5. Tighten the nut located on the top of the stem for the rubber bushing to expend until it barely fits inside the pipe.
  6. Insert the wheel rod completely inside the pipe. Help yourself with a mallet if needed.
  7. Rotate the wheel clockwise until it grips firmly inside the pipe.