Talbert Manufacturing offers 35-ton SRG double-drop trailer
| April 24, 2012 |
Talbert Manufacturing, a leader in the specialty-built trailer and transport system industry, introduces the highly versatile 35-ton SRG Double Drop Trailer. The highly versatile 35-Ton SRG Double Drop Trailer features innovative aluminum pull-outs, which add a full two-feet on each side. The 35-Ton SRG accommodates wider equipment and at lower heights, which makes the trailer ideal for over the road haulers and transportation of large agricultural equipment such as sprayers and combines.
Consisting of a 48-foot overall length, the tandem-axle trailer has a 29-foot deck length with a rated 35-tons distributed, and 30-tons in each 10-feet of deck length. The 8-foot, 6-inch deck width has the ability to extend to 12-feet, 6-inches with the optional aluminum pull-outs. Additionally, the 35-Ton SRG offers an ultra-low 18-inch loaded deck height with a 6-inch ground clearance.
Offering versatility and ease of operation, the 35-Ton SRG features a lighter-weight mechanical removable gooseneck design. Air-ride suspension provides added operator comfort for a smoother ride.
This customized unit offers heavy-duty T1, 100,000-PSI minimum yield steel construction, and a four-beam design for unmatched durability. Furthermore, Apitong flooring outside the main beams offers high performance and stability for every load. The 35-Ton SRG can be equipped with optional aluminum wheels, strobe lights, battery backup, and connections for a flip axle.
Founded in 1938, Talbert Manufacturing provides the most complete line of heavy haul trailers and specialized transportation equipment for the commercial, industrial, military and government sectors; and in applications that include renewable energy, aerospace, heavy construction, in-plant material handling, manufacturing and processing systems, and much more. For more information, contact Talbert Manufacturing, 1628 W. State Road 114, Rensselaer, IN 47978, call 800-348-5232, fax 219-866-7060, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.talbertmfg.com.
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