A low bed trailer is one that has a flat loading surface but a swan neck or a wheel arch on both the front and back ends. The platform height could be smaller than the diameter of the trailer tyres.
The focus of a low bed trailer is mostly on its use and working surface. The low bed trailer, also known as the lowbed trailer, lowboy trailer, machinery transport trailer, equipment transport trailer, etc., is a type of trailer used for transporting machinery that has a considerably lower working platform.
The loading capacity and the equipment that will be transported often determine the height of the work platform for low bed trailers.
There are many different varieties of low bed trailers, including standard low bed trailers, heavy-duty low bed trailers, dual lane axle low bed trailers, detachable low bed trailers, extensible type low bed trailers, and modular type low bed trailers, among others.
The low bed trailer fitted with 2-4 axles, model for 13-20 tonne axels, is the most popular form of low bed trailer and has a loading capacity ranging from 20 to 80 tonnes. For the transfer of machinery like wheel loaders, excavators, or other other types of wheeled machines, they are frequently fitted with spring ladders. The working platform ranges in height from 1000mm to 1200mm.
Global low bed semi trailer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Kässbohrer recently unveiled 3-axle tipper low bed semi-trailer K.SKS B, a fine illustration of ingenuity.
Through its brilliantly designed superior chassis and upper structure with the highest strength, the newest member of Kässbohrer’s construction tipper line, K.SKS B, stands for dependability and robustness under the worst load and road conditions.
K.SKS B is ideally crafted and developed for the delivery of building materials including sandstone, asphalt, and earthworks, and is fully compliance with all European country standards. With a beginning tare weight of 5.350 kg, K.SKS B offers operational effectiveness while being transported.
Throughout the vehicle’s economic life, the sturdy chassis with the cataphoretic dip-coating (KTL) technique guarantees durability and persistence. With a 12.000 kg king-pin capacity and an original upper structural design, K.SKS provides the perfect load distribution for safe driving conditions as well as the maximum traction performance on the road.
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