Model # 4035245EB

Internet #203672390

Store SKU #221692

Everbilt 2 in. Swivel with Non-Marking Rubber Caster


2 in. Swivel with Non-Marking Rubber Caster

$447 /each

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Product Overview

2 in. Swivel with brake, non marking, rubber caster is designed for everyday residential use as well as use in labs, hospitals, food service, and other institutional applications. The non-marking rubber provides a tough, yet soft ride, withstanding chemical, solvent exposure, and more.

  • These casters are designed for everyday use
  • May be used on any surface including carpet, concrete, tile, and wood
  • Withstands chemicals and solvent exposures
  • Non-marking rubber provides a tough yet soft ride
  • Weight rating for single caster: 90 lbs.
  • These casters can also be used in labs, hospitals, food service, and other institutional applications




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Customer Questions & Answers

Does the Everbilt 4035245EB caster (sku 221692) come without a brake or is there a similar item without a brake?

Asked by: Marty
Everbilt 4035245EB caster, SKU 221692 has a brake. For a similar caster, same size, see Everbilt 4034245EB caster, SKU 221309 without any brake. I have used both and been satisfied. Same performance, just with or without the brake. Saves you about half a dollar per wheel with no brake.
Answered by: twalsh1490
Date published: 2017-02-23

Do the 2 in. Swivel with Non-Marking Rubber Caster store SKU # 221692 come with mounting screws ?

Asked by: BigDaddyAug
Screws not included. Drilled for max 1/4 inch screws. Swivel system easily clears a 1/4" hex head screw plus washer. Mounting plate is 1 7/8 by 2 5/8 inches. Height from top of plate to bottom of wheel is just a hair over 2 1/2 inch. Figure it as 2 5/8 inch.
Answered by: twalsh1490
Date published: 2017-03-11

What is the weight limit? Are they for outdoor use?

Asked by: DC
Here are the published specs for load capacity per caster. 90 lbs - for this 2-inch swivel caster with non-marking rubber, with brake 90 lbs - for the companion 2-inch caster without a brake 110 lbs - for the next size up, 3-inch caster. COMMENT: When I build a rolling cart for my shop I usually figure the cart's max load by taking the per-wheel rating and multiplying by 3 (not 4). That accounts for a situation where one wheel has no load, such as rolling over a threshold. But that's just me being a conservative engineer. I also write notes on the cart with a permanent marker, such as "Rated 90 lbs per wheel, max 270 lbs." PERFORMANCE OUTSIDE: All my carts are outside, 365. So far these wheels are working just as well as when I first installed them--more than a year now. No rust. Smooth swivel. Smooth rolling. Brake works fine.
Answered by: twalsh1490
Date published: 2017-05-13
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