Manufacturing the world’s best Ball Units   Since 1939

Made in the UK | Est. 1939
Made in the UK | Est. 1939


FloatOn™ Ball Units have been designed for use in wet and dry conditions and are used for easy handling of flat sheet materials and ensure smooth movement with, especially delicate or polished surfaces. they are available in both red polyurethane and black rubber in 35mm and 50mm diameter.


• The ball provides quicker & smoother directional changes
• Smaller contact area reduces friction for easier movement
• Specifically developed for glass processing in both wet and dry conditions 
• Black rubber or red polyurethane (a hard-wearing option recommended for heavier loads and more arduous conditions) ball material ensure the glass is not marked
• Adjustable height to compensate for wearing and increase life.
• Replacement balls also available as spares and further increase the overall lifespan of the units
• Available as both ‘left hand’ & ‘right hand’ swivel trail. 

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Quality Testing

ALWAYSE Engineering is quality registered to ISO 9001 and has a rigorous policy of testing, utilising our specially designed test equipment.

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Case Studies

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What is the Ball Unit Identifier?

The Alwayse Ball Unit Identifier allows you quickly identify suitable units based on 2 key criteria. By choosing from the options listed you will be given a variety of ball transfer products which meet your needs.

If you know the Alwayse part number enter it and you will be taken directly to the appropriate information. You can also enter other companies’ part numbers to find the Alwayse equivalent.

Fixing Method

Choose the appropriate fixing for your application if known.

Load Capacity

Choose the maximum load capacity required. Please note that these are for a load up orientation. For load down or other orientations please note that the maximum load capacity may be reduced.

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