The most important features of the "Levina" caster
Faster assembly thanks to easy plug-in fittings
Double ball bearing swivel head.
Ergonomic foot pedal
Easy to reach actuation pedal and extra long housing for manual operation.
Optimized steering stability
Directional lock for improved steering around corners, as well as moving in a straight line for long distances.
User-friendly color scheme
Green kickstop pedal for directional lock and red kickstop pedal for total lock.
Various fitting options
Wide range of fittings in various sizes.
Conductive version to protect users and electrical devices from electrostatic discharge.
Prevents unintended movement
Wheel brake with kickstop pedal for manual operation.
Total lock for simultaneously locking the wheel and swivel housing.
Anti-magnetic (completely metal-free) for security scanners and magnetic resonance tomography.
Spring-loaded stem fittings and extra-soft wheels with good shock-absorbing properties.
Anti-twist protection for casters with directional lock.
Colors can be adapted to match the product design.
Housing with integrated thread guard.
Awarded with prestigious prizes by international juries.
Tested in our own test laboratory for compliance with European standards.
Insensitive to many cleaning agents and chemical substances.
All metal components made of stainless steel.
Wheels with sealed bearings to protect against spray water and dirt.
Extremely high shock absorbing.
Used in commercial kitchens [DIN 18867 Part 8] and for food industry [Lerpac approval].
Soft wheel versions for a quiet working environment.
Wheels with reduced abrasion and little cleaning requirement.
Non-staining on contact with floors during long standing periods.
Complies with RoHS and REACH regulations. Does not contain polycyclic aromatic carbons or chromium (VI).
Thread guards for unobstructed operation with minimal cleaning effort.
Bumper to avoid damage to walls and the surroundings.
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