Yes, here is some shocking news. Before getting down to it, no-one likes to be on the receiving end of bad news, especially when it relates to their business. When there’s negative info coming through, they know that directly or indirectly, it is going to impact their bottom lines. But all the following information prepared for the express interest of retailers, commercial operators and industrialists in relation to shock absorbing casters, you might already be starting to gather, is all good.
There you go; casters are absorbing the shocks. But for many new readers, this is already yesterday’s news. They have been taking numerous shocks, knocks and bumps, much to the detriment of their businesses. And yes, they need shock absorbing casters. But the initiates have no idea what this is. What exactly are casters, never mind shock absorbing casters for now? If they are not wheels, as such, they will be attached to wheels.
Retailers, commercial operators and industrialists need casters attached to their manually-operated transportation equipment. These, generally, are your ‘push-pull’ trolleys that are being used to carry products and/or materials from one end of the industrial premises to the other, and from one level to the next, up or down. In the process, the floor surface across which these trolleys were supposed to glide are quite uneven.
You could just say that there are potholes as well. And you all know what happens to a car when it accidentally plunges into a pothole. That being said, the purveyors of these shock-absorbing wheels often compare their products to that of the motor car’s shock absorbers. You can already see where this is going. Attaching casters to wheels or trolleys is no cinch and it is inexpensive.