Industrial Casters

Rubberline Products Ltd. is your one-stop-shop for all your industrial caster needs. Our company has been serving the North American market for over 50 years, providing top-notch solutions to our customers. Our comprehensive inventory includes light and heavy-duty casters, made from rubber, urethane, steel, and stainless steel. Our well-trained sales and technical staff are always available to assist you with any project, from concept to completion. With five distribution outlets across Ontario, Canada, we can quickly deliver the right caster for your needs.

All Categories for Industrial Casters

light and heavy duty

Light and Heavy Duty





steel caster


Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

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Looking for durable and reliable industrial casters? Rubberline Products Ltd. offers a wide range of light and heavy duty casters made from high-quality materials such as rubber, urethane, steel, and stainless steel. Contact us today to learn more about our selection and find the perfect caster for your project needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Light-duty casters are suitable for loads up to 350 lbs, while heavy-duty casters can handle loads up to 10,000 lbs or more.

Rubber casters provide better shock absorption and noise reduction, and they are less likely to damage floors compared to other caster types.

Consider the load weight, surface type, environment, and required mobility of the equipment.

Swivel casters can rotate 360 degrees, allowing for more maneuverability, while rigid casters only move forward and backward.

Stainless steel casters are more corrosion-resistant than steel casters and are therefore better suited for environments where corrosion is a concern.

Urethane casters have higher load capacities and are more resistant to wear and tear than rubber casters, but they are also more expensive.

The load capacity of a caster is the maximum weight that it can support. It is important to choose a caster with a load capacity that exceeds the weight of the equipment being moved.

Regularly clean the casters to prevent buildup of dirt and debris, and lubricate them to ensure smooth operation. Inspect them regularly for signs of wear and damage and replace them as needed.