Industrial size casters are in essence large molds. While traditional materials such as aluminum, different grades of metal and plastic continue to be utilized traditionally, new materials have entered the design and manufacture market. Bear in mind that industrial casters are not necessarily going to be giant-sized monstrosities for the obvious reason that numerous industries beyond the traditional are being catered for.
It is traditionally known that most industrial use casters are being prepared for strategic environments such as the aeronautics and military industries. They are also being utilized for the mass production of mass use power supply centers. And they are critically essential for the health services industries. To use examples, both the health and military sectors require the manufacture of equipment of different sizes and scales.
The automotive industry is another case in point. Major supply is in the design and manufacture of sedans and hatch-backs. But also a major activity on the assembly lines is the manufacture of large-sized industry site and long distance use trucks, as well as construction and agricultural use equipment. The agricultural and agri-processing industries are two more critical industries being catered for.
Without it, food supply on the scale that it is required today would be, well, in short supply. And so to the food services industries. Industrial casters will be used to contribute towards the design and manufacture of food processing equipment. And where is pretty much all purchased food prepared? In restaurants and in the domestic kitchen. Restaurants, those that thrive in any event, are using commercial sized appliances.
But on the home front, and not to be under-estimated or under-appreciated are your everyday use crockery, to say nothing of the sophisticated appliances now being used quite extensively these days.