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Roller coaster wheels, regardless of which of the three types they may be, are generally made of the same materials. The main portion of the wheel is most often steel, which is coated with nylon, hard plastic or rubber on the outside. The main purpose of the non-steel coating is to avoid the unpleasant noise of direct steel-on-steel contact as well as to minimize heat generated by the friction of the wheels against the metal track.

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  • Backyard Roller Coaster Steel Wheel Assembly - Test 3

    We can supply any wheel to any specification which meanswe can offer wheels for roller coasters, fairground rides and almost anyamusement park ride in operation today. We supply Vulkollan, polyurethane and rubber load and guide wheels forslow moving rides with low requirements right through to the super fast rollercoasters that require very high quality and high load capacity wheels which canoperate at maximum efficiency for long periods of time. Our roller coasterwheels typically come with a Vulkollan or polyurethane tread directly bonded toa steel or cast iron centre. Important characteristics for roller coasterwheels include safety, durability, reliability and low replacement costs. Wecan supply roller coaster wheels to match existing wheels in operation or wecan produce wheels to meet prototype or new designs.

    Steel roller coaster wheels are made with polyurethane which increase ride efficiency and have no chemical bond to the rail. Steel roller coaster wheel assemblies can change slightly with different manufacturers. A good example of this is the difference between track style and . On B&M's coasters, the trains have their side friction wheels on the outside of the track, allowing the rails to connect from their inner edges. On Arrow coasters, the train has side friction wheels on the inside of the track, so the rail connectors must "wrap around" the outside of the rail and under the train.