There are many rotational casters in our daily life. Such as in office, hospital, restaurant and so on. Do you know how to maintain them? Here I will tell you some factors for as followings:
1. Detecting the visual wear of the tread surface. Tire surface "grinding point" can suggest the accumulation of foreign matter, such as wire and other wire may be wrapped around the wheel, remove the wheels of the bolts and nuts, clean up debris. Checking the wheel bearing is damaged or not, if the parts are not damaged that can be re-assembled to continue to use; if often encountered by the phenomenon of the wheel was wrapped around the proposed debris can be wrapped to avoid.
2. Stem swivel casters loose or stuck also can cause "polished point". Proper maintenance checks, in particular, check the bolt tightness, the number of lubricants, replacement of damaged casters can enhance the rolling performance of equipment and rotation flexibility.
3. Rubber caster severely damaged or loose may cause rolling instability, leakage, load abnormalities, and damage to the floor, etc. Replacement of damaged tires and bearings timely can be reduced due to caster damage caused by downtime caused by the cost of loss.
4. Checking the repair wheel determine whether the bolt nut is tightened, as far as possible in all the bolts on the use of lock washer or locknut. If bolts are loose, tighten them immediately. If the wheel inside the bracket is loosened, it will cause the wheel to be damaged or unable to rotate.