Felling’s new Air Bi-Fold Ramps shield new street surfaces when trailering pavers
The brand new Air Bi-Fold Ramp system from Felling Trailers is designed to guard the surfaces beneath it, corresponding to newly paved roads.
The brand new system is featured on the corporate’s 25-ton FT-50-3 LP triaxle low-profile flatbed tag trailer and is designed with low-clearance equipment, corresponding to pavers and directional drills, in thoughts. The system’s flip ramps lock out absolutely when extending, which prevents scraping the bottom. The controlled-flow air ramp additionally offers tender contact with the bottom to stop injury to new surfaces, the corporate says.
The ramps are 45 inches huge and bifold to 11 toes lengthy and have inlaid Apitong wooden. The ramps’ size and 9.5-degree load angle present for gentler, extra gradual decline and incline when unloading and loading, the corporate says. The ramps are powered by the tow autos’ onboard air system, so there’s no onboard electrical/hydraulic system that requires upkeep, in line with Felling.
The Felling Mannequin FT-50-3 LP with Air Bi-Fold Ramps has a 26-foot fundamental deck size and a 6-foot incline beavertail with Apitong wooden decking. Different options embody:
Air brakes, ABS 2S/1M, Meritor WABCO (parking brakes on all axles)
25Okay Ridewell oil bathtub axles
55-inch unfold, Ridewell 240 Air Trip with dump valve suspension
Air raise axle on first axle
235/75R 17.5-inch tires on eight-bolt aluminum Alcoa Dura Brite wheels
140,000-pound twin two-speed jack with 39,000-pound raise capability