Made in the UK | Est. 1939

HEAVY DUTY SERIES 820

Higher load capacity, low profile ball transfer units formed from single piece steel body. Robust outer ring for greater durability. Can be dismantled for cleaning. Note Type 13 and 16 feature a chemical black finish.

  LOAD CAPACITY    
  LOAD BALL UP LOAD BALL DOWN    
Type 13
All Carbon Steel
1500 - 4000kg Contact Technical Add to Enquiry Compare
Type 15
All Stainless Steel
1000 - 2500kg Contact Technical Add to Enquiry Compare
Type 16
Carbon Steel with Stainless balls
1000 - 3500kg Contact Technical Add to Enquiry Compare

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