Plastic wheel EH 8000 type D: standard

Type D:
Black PF 31 (standard version)
especially economical, phenolic resin moulding compound mixed with sawdust, good running properties (shock-sensitive)
thermal loading up to 140 °C, short term up to 180 °C
Notch toughness ca. 1.5 – 2 kJ/m²

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Description

Description

Variants:

d1 b2 b1 d3 d2 Permissible load kg EH-W.Nr.
45 23,5 25 15 7,2 50 110
63 20 23,5 20 6,1/14,2 60 111
70 35 40 30 12,2/15,2 75 272
70 50 51 28 15,2/16,1 75 108
75 17 21 25 8,5 100 112
75 28 31 25 8,4 100 113
80 35 40 35 12,2/15,2 125 237
80 35 42 35 12,2/15,2 125 421
80 35 37 35 12,2/15,2 125 487
100 20 29 30 10,1 125 207
100 30 40 40 12,2/15,2/20,2 150 2025
100 38 42 40 12,2/15,2 200 605
125 46 58 48 20,2 275 102
150 50 58 48 15,2/20,2 300 504
175 50 58 48 20,2 325 502
200 50 60 65 20,2 350 503
250 50 58 70 20,2 350 501

The tread on the wheels Ø 45 mm (W.No. 110), Ø 63 mm (W.No. 111) and Ø 80 mm (W.No. 237) is convex, by all other wheels the tread is flat.

The permissible load depends to a considerable extent on the operating conditions (temperature, load distribution, floor conditions, driving style etc.). The values stated in the table were determined on a test bench under optimum conditions and include a safety factor, but they can only be regarded as non-binding guide values. We recommend testing under real operating conditions. The stated values apply to the “HT” version of the wheels made from “DE 800/879″ (Type A). The load rating of wheels made from ” PF 7400″ (type B) materials is higher, that of wheels made from ” PF 31″ (type D) is lower.

Deviating bore diameters (d2) can usually be realised without any difficulty. If the running tread (b2) or the hub width (b1) is too big for the application, a subsequent mechanical reduction is possible. If a wheel geometry is required that cannot be matched with the designs in our range, we will be happy to provide you with an individual quote for the required mould.

Type D:

PF 31, black (standard version)

  • especially economical, phenolic resin moulding compound mixed with sawdust, good running properties (shock-sensitive)
  • thermal loading up to 140 °C, short term up to 180 °C
  • Notch toughness ca. 1.5 – 2 kJ/m²