Pal­let truck rol­lers / fork rollers

Buy fork rol­lers / pal­let truck rol­lers in the Rol­len­shop No. 1

In order for a hand pal­let truck to be used opti­mal­ly, it needs the right tires. The choice of wheels pri­ma­ri­ly depends on the area of appli­ca­ti­on and the con­di­ti­ons under which it is to be used. To cover all appli­ca­ti­ons, we offer stee­ring wheels, sin­gle fork rol­lers and tan­dem fork rol­lers in dif­fe­rent materials.

Dif­fe­rent fork rollers
You can get pal­let trucks of high qua­li­ty and robust­ness on the mar­ket. Howe­ver, the tires on the indus­tri­al truck wear out during dai­ly use under harsh con­di­ti­ons and high loads. You can noti­ce this, for exam­p­le, by the fact that the pal­let truck makes noi­se when moving, is dif­fi­cult to maneu­ver or requi­res more effort. Usual­ly it is enough to replace the pal­let truck rol­lers. You can easi­ly do this yours­elf with com­mon tools.

The right mate­ri­al for your pal­let truck rollers

The choice of mate­ri­als for the stee­ring wheels and fork rol­lers of a hand pal­let truck is deter­mi­ned by the pri­ce, the type of use, the inten­si­ty of use and the sur­face qua­li­ty of the floor.

If the ground or envi­ron­men­tal con­di­ti­ons on which you use your indus­tri­al truck chan­ge, it often makes sen­se to replace the rol­lers for the pal­let truck. Not every roll is sui­ta­ble for every flo­or. In Rol­len­shop No. 1 you can get repla­ce­ments made of dif­fe­rent materials:

Poly­ure­tha­ne (PU)

Allows a low noi­se level
Slight wal­king makes it dif­fi­cult to pull hea­vy loads
Sui­ta­ble for uni­ver­sal use

Poly­ure­tha­ne is a par­ti­cu­lar­ly robust and low-wear pla­s­tic with a long ser­vice life. The rol­lers are resistant to oils, grea­ses and many acids and alka­lis. Pal­let truck fork rol­lers made of this mate­ri­al are cha­rac­te­ri­zed by a very smooth run­ning and low rol­ling resis­tance. They are shock absor­bing, lea­ve no traces and are very resi­li­ent. They are sui­ta­ble for hard and sen­si­ti­ve flo­ors, for exam­p­le asphalt, screed, tiles, par­quet or PVC, and can be used at tem­pe­ra­tures bet­ween ‑20 and +80 ° C.

Poly­ami­de is unbre­aka­ble at high loads, has low rol­ling resis­tance and a tem­pe­ra­tu­re resis­tance from ‑40 ° C to + 90 ° C.

Wheels and cas­tors for elec­tric pal­let trucks
Trai­ning wheels

When an elec­tric truck hits a bump, the pres­su­re on the jockey wheel increa­ses as a result of the pres­su­re on the sus­pen­si­on. The tor­si­on bar ensu­res that the same pres­su­re is exer­ted on the sus­pen­si­on on the other side of the vehic­le. The pal­let truck remains sta­ble and does not sway.

Dri­ve wheel

By pla­cing the dri­ve wheel on the cen­ter line of the device, the pal­let truck is not sub­jec­ted to side moments when the dri­ve wheel regains its grip after spin­ning (e.g. on wet sur­faces or on a slo­pe). In the­se situa­tions, an off-cen­ter dri­ve wheel can cau­se con­sidera­ble side­ways move­ments to get the vehic­le off track.

Fork rol­lers
You can choo­se bet­ween sin­gle and tan­dem fork rol­lers. The sin­gle fork rol­lers are ide­al for easy maneu­vering and posi­tio­ning of the elec­tric pal­let truck, the tan­dem fork rol­lers are more sui­ta­ble for trans­port­ing hea­vy loads and for use on uneven floors.

Available wheel mate­ri­als for elec­tric pal­let trucks

The choice of mate­ri­als for the wheels and fork rol­lers of an elec­tric pal­let truck is also deter­mi­ned by the pri­ce, the type of use, the inten­si­ty of use and the sur­face qua­li­ty of the floor.


Inex­pen­si­ve alter­na­ti­ve, deve­lo­ped for less inten­si­ve applications
Sui­ta­ble for uni­ver­sal use

Sin­gle fork cas­tors are pre­fer­red for use on flat flo­ors and enable easy maneu­vering. The wear on the rol­lers is hig­her than with tan­dem fork rol­lers. The white clim­bing rol­ler faci­li­ta­tes ent­ry into pal­lets with flo­or supports.

Pal­let truck cas­tors in the right size

When choo­sing the right tires, it is not just the right mate­ri­al that is important so that you can move your loads easi­ly and com­for­ta­b­ly. The size of the rolls must also fit. You can find infor­ma­ti­on on which tires you need on the rating pla­te behind the draw­bar of your pal­let truck. If this is no lon­ger legi­ble or no lon­ger available, mea­su­re your old pal­let truck cas­tors to deter­mi­ne the right model. For this you need the fol­lo­wing dimensions:

Wheel diameter
Wheel width
Instal­la­ti­on dimension
Axle diameter

The­se four fac­tors are an if-then choice. As soon as you deci­de, for exam­p­le, on the requi­red roll dia­me­ter (which must fit the respec­ti­ve pal­let truck), we auto­ma­ti­cal­ly mark the asso­cia­ted opti­mal or pos­si­ble other fac­tors. This way you can also see whe­ther the role you have cho­sen has the ulti­ma­te load-bea­ring capacity.
For many brands, we have saved the exact dimen­si­ons in our file so that we can deter­mi­ne the right roll for you by spe­ci­fy­ing the type of pal­let truck.

Load capa­ci­ty

Fork rol­lers have to car­ry very high loads with an extre­me­ly small wheel Ø. The bea­ring and cove­ring are the­r­e­fo­re of par­ti­cu­lar­ly high quality.

The neces­sa­ry load capa­ci­ty of a sin­gle rol­ler natu­ral­ly rela­tes to the nomi­nal load capa­ci­ty of the respec­ti­ve lift truck. To do this, con­sult the load capa­ci­ty infor­ma­ti­on on the rating plate.

How can I chan­ge pal­let truck rollers?

Thanks to the high-qua­li­ty and robust pro­duc­tion, it will take years befo­re a roll chan­ge is due. Dama­ged, worn or other­wi­se impai­red rol­lers for pal­let trucks have to be repla­ced. In addi­ti­on, the roles are part of the annu­al test pre­scri­bed by DGUV V 68. A sui­ta­ble employee must be employ­ed for this inspec­tion and the change.

If you only want to swap roles on a pal­let truck, this is usual­ly not a pro­blem and can be imple­men­ted by any expe­ri­en­ced employee. To do this, you need the appro­pria­te spa­re roles, the rest is most­ly explai­ned on the device itself.
You just have to make sure that the pal­let truck is secu­red when chan­ging the reel and then che­cked again for its sui­ta­bi­li­ty for use. This visu­al inspec­tion can be car­ri­ed out by any user and is a dai­ly, occu­pa­tio­nal health and safe­ty obligation.

We would be hap­py to advi­se you per­so­nal­ly on the sel­ec­tion of fork rol­lers / pal­let truck rol­lers and pro­vi­de you with fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on on our exten­si­ve ran­ge for trans­port in the warehouse and in operation.
Not sure which roles you need for your pal­let truck? We would be hap­py to advi­se you on the sel­ec­tion of the opti­mal wheels and cas­tors for your pal­let truck.
Plea­se cont­act us for lar­ger quantities.

If you pick it up yours­elf, we ask you to make an appointment.

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