CHAIR CASTER WHEEL - ROSE ART POTTERY WHEEL
Chair Caster Wheel
- A caster (or castor) is an undriven, single, double, or compound wheel that is designed to be mounted to the bottom of a larger object (the "vehicle") so as to enable that object to be easily moved.
- (Caster wheels) are attached to the feet of chairs to give more mobility
- (Caster Wheels) Castor wheels allow the operator to maneuver easily and cut close around trees and other landscape obstacles.
- professorship: the position of professor; "he was awarded an endowed chair in economics"
- a seat for one person, with a support for the back; "he put his coat over the back of the chair and sat down"
- Act as chairperson of or preside over (an organization, meeting, or public event)
- Carry (someone) aloft in a chair or in a sitting position to celebrate a victory
- act or preside as chair, as of an academic department in a university; "She chaired the department for many years"
chair caster wheel - Rolland Office
Rolland Office Chair Caster Wheel for Hardwood Floor - Stem Diameter: 11mm, Stem Length: 22mm - 5 Unit/Pack
Most new office chairs are equipped with hard caster wheels designed to be used on carpeted floors. But what if the chair ends up on a hard surface such as hardwood, linoleum, tile, concrete, etc? If this happens, the hard caster wheels will scratch or permanently damage your expensive hardwood, linoleum or tile floors. The solution is to replace the hard caster wheels with these polyurethane caster wheels. The softer polyurethane material will prevent the wheels from scratching the hard floor while allowing the wheels to roll smoothly. Besides cosmetic, safety is another reason why polyurethane caster wheel should be used on hard flooring. Polyurethane provides better traction on hard floor thus reduce the chance of accidental slipping. Easy installation, just pull out the old caster wheels and snap these polyurethane caster wheels into place. No tools necessary. For optimum performance, all five caster wheels should be installed. Mixing different types of wheels may cause uneven rolling. Rolland (TM) polyurethane caster wheels is tested to the industry ANSI/BIFMA safety standard. High quality assurance with 30 days money back satisfaction guarantee.
Sit down, relax in the healing chair. It can tilt back. It can turn 360 degrees in the flutter of a smile. Safety guaranteed..... Now think good thoughts about enlightening the folks in charge of mental health facilities. Send them compassionate and informative thoughts to help them understand and know in their hearts that abuse is wrong.... Now send some more good thoughts and letters to your representatives in government, especially in the UK, advising them to establish new laws to end these abuses. I added the above paragraph to the description on July 5, 2006 after reading lost4words' comment in the Mad Pride - Stop the abuse! group: "Yes, these things really do happen and I'd like them to stop. I know that's a bit simplistic, but what the heart wants..... " ------------------------------------------- Sit down, relax in the healing chair. It can tilt back. It can turn 360 degrees in the flutter of a smile. Safety guaranteed. [ I added the above four sentences to the description, February 21, 2006, to benefit the members of Codeswitch. ] ----------------------------------- Bought over thirty years ago at a yard sale in my home town for one dollar and fifty cents. Judging from its rutted wheels (which I eventually replaced with industrial-strength casters), it had already had many years of regular use. I first painted it silver, then repainted many times since, but not for the last ten years or so since the Easter egg colors. Made of hardwood and surprisingly comfortable. I must admit that I love this chair. Funny how certain material objects can offer us comfort. ----------------------------------- Hand drawn/painted, (from my photo) in Photoshop and then blurred, and then optimized in Fireworks.
Salmon folding chair the Policy Chronicle
Title: Folding Chair From: Wheelchair Advertisements Original caption: A Folding Chair This chair was developed by George G. Salmon, Jr., a former patient at Warm Springs. Weight -- 25 pounds. Widths -- 23" and 26" over all (23") width for persons under 115 pounds and (26") width for persons over 115 pounds. Wheels -- 20" in diameter (all wheels ball-bearing). Caster -- In the rear, 4". (Wheels can be removed in one minute if the chair has to be carried a distance) Price -- $27.50 Write for particulars to George G. Salmon 417 Valley Street South Orange, N.J. Creator: n/a Date: December 1933 Format: Advertisement Publication: The Polio Chronicle Source: Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Archives