flat trailer 245 tires

Extendable to 21 meters

Looking for a new flat trailer?

The single extendible flat trailer is the ideal trailer for load lengths of up to +/- 25 meters. This version is on 245 tires and therefore benefits from a lower platform height.

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  • 1x extendable
  • Airsuspension
  • Hydraulic steered
  • Beam axle
  • 245/70 R17.5 tires
  • Load capacity app. 35 t


  • Fifth wheel load 18 t
  • Bogie load 30 t
  • Tare weight ca. 10.5 t
  • Platform height 1,210 mm
  • Extension 7,500 mm
  • Total extended lenght 21,000 mm
Specification sheet


3-axle flat trailer lightweight (385 tires)

The lightweight flat trailer has been designed in collaboration with our users. The result is a unique trailer with a number of fantastic advantages for you. Due to the extremely low tare weight, you can take heavier loads with you without exemption.

3-axle flat trailer (275 tires)

The single extendable flat trailer is the ideal trailer for load lengths of up to +/- 25 meters. Thanks to the hydraulic steering, the flat trailer easily steers through the corners.

3-axle flat trailer double extendable (245 tires)

The double extendable flat trailer. Despite the slight increase in the tare weight, you have a flat trailer with up to almost 30 meters in length. This version is on 245 tires and is therefore lower platform height.

3-axle flat trailer triple extendable (245 tires)

Because this flat trailer can reach a length of no less than 36 meters, this flat trailer is often used when really extreme lengths have to be transported. This variant is on 245 tires, which reduces the loading floor height.

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Paint system

The anti-corrosion protection of a trailer is essential, you cannot simply do it 'again', it has to be done right first time!

Folding cranes

The loader crane is ideal in many ways. As a haulier, you have flexibility because you can load and unload where and when you want and you are not dependent on a third party.

Conventional axle systems

We often mount conventional axles, also called through axles, on our trailers. We have these in an air-sprung version and also hydraulically-sprung.