3-axle hydraulically steered
construction semi low loader
with ECO ramp
Saves fuel, and can be used flexibly
Looking for a 3-axle construction semi with ECO ramp?The 3-axle hydraulically steered semi low loader is the strongest of its kind. Thanks to the ECO ramp, loading and unloading is safer and easier.
3-axle construction semi low loader, hydraulically-steered with ECO ramp
Our 3-axle hydraulically steered construction semi low-loader is equipped with the fuel-saving ECO ramp. Thanks to this ramp, wheeled and tracked vehicles can be easily and safely loaded and unloaded. Due to the double wheel well, the transport height of machines can be reduced. The trailer is also provided with a crane arm recess that is open on both sides. As a result, overhanging loads can also be taken along. Thanks to the robust construction, this is a trailer with a long service life.
- 1x Extendable
- Airsuspension hydr. steered
- 245/70 R17.5 Tires
- Fixed neck
- Load capacity app. 35T
- Eco ramp - Double wheel well - Crane arm recess
- Kingpin load 18T
- Bogie load 30T
- Tare weight ca.13T
- Platform height 895mm
- Extension 2400mm
- Total extended lenght 15750mm
3-axle semi low loader with ECO ramp
This 3-axle self tracking construction semi low loader has a fuel-saving ECO ramp. This allows for loading over the ramps and the ramp is used as a loading floor.
4-axle semi low loader with ECO ramp
This 4-axle self-tracking semi low loader has a fuel-saving ECO-ramp. This allows the ramp to be used as a loading floor.
3-axle construction semi low loader with ramps
This 3-axle hydraulically steered construction semi low loader is single extendable and is equipped with wheel wells, a crane arm recess and ramps. This allows you to load taller machines than on a normal semi low-loader. The trailer is multifunctional and has a low tare weight.
It is always necessary to try to reduce fuel consumption. We have developed an innovative ramp, called the ECO ramp, especially for these carriers.
The anti-corrosion protection of a trailer is essential, you cannot simply do it 'again', it has to be done right first time!
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.