Clement Industries Inc., Minden, La., offers its Hi Performance series of steel ejector units. The trailers' capacities range from 55 cubic yards to 100 cubic yards and come in lengths ranging from 30 feet to 52 feet. Ejectors are available in open and closed tops for compactor loading. The company says there is a Clement Ejector trailer to fit most waste hauling requirements. The company also manufactures stainless steel dump trailers for corrosive materials, such as fly ash, some sludges and ore concentrates.
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Columbia Corp., Hillsboro, Ore., manufactures the Low Profile tipper for trailers. The tipper is capable of unloading 10 to 12 trailers per hour with an approximate three-minute cycle time, the company says.
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The East Unloader aluminum transfer trailer from East Manufacturing, Randolph, Ohio, has a 100- to 140-cubic yard capacity. Models are available with live unloading systems or can be used on tipping platforms. The East Genesis smooth wall design is new for 2003. The top rail is made of extruded 9-inch by ⅝ inch aluminum crossmembers that are a 5¼ inch extruded I-beam design on 12-inch centers. The 101-cubic-yard trailer can be as light as 15,500 pounds, the company says. Features include a plug-together wire harness and custom manufacturing.
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Hallco Manufacturing, Tillamook, Ore., manufactures live floors for transfer trailers, including the Double Ridge deck, Triple Ridge Deck and continuous bearings. The Double Ridge floor features an impact-absorbing ridge for top-loading applications. The Triple Ridge floor features a 1-inch-wide, full-length center wear strip and is used for construction and demolition (C&D) debris applications. Bearings are mounted full-length and notched over the crossmembers or cut to length and placed between crossmembers.
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J&J Truck Bodies and Trailers
The DynaHauler live floor trailer from J&J Truck Bodies and Trailers, Somerset, Penn., is available in steel, aluminum and smooth-side versions. The trailers come with Hallco or Keith floors and range from 40 feet to 52 feet in length with capacities up to 133 cubic yards, the company says. The trailers are built with a roller-style cross tie and machine-welded sides.
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Kalyn Siebert, Gatesville, Texas, offers the Hydraulic Removable Gooseneck (HRG) trailer with a locking positive latch, five ride height adjustments, shot blast for metal preparation prior to paint and a high volume, low pressure (HVLP) paint application system. Standard paint now includes an epoxy primer and polyurethane topcoat with a three-year, limited warranty. The lower deck engine measures up to 25 feet with a loaded deck height of 20 inches. Four models are available.
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The Walking Floor Unloader from Keith Manufacturing Co., Madras, Ore., requires no tipping and is available in varying floor slat configurations for medium- to maximum-duty use. The LeakProof (LP3) unloading system is designed for high-moisture loads. The slats provide ponding ability, and the LP3 unit has hydraulic cylinders with two pistons and two rods. Slats are constructed of lightweight aluminum alloy and replace the standard trailer flooring.
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Redwood Metal Works
Redwood Metal Works, Redwood Falls, Minn., manufactures the Silver Series refuse transfer trailer in aluminum and the Gray Series constructed with steel. The company also manufactures tipper trailers in both series. All trailers are available in lengths to 48 feet and widths of 102 inches with capacities to 120 cubic yards, the company says. Options include spring or air ride suspensions, multiple axles and aluminum wheels. Tarping systems also are available.
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Enid, Okla.-based Steco manufactures steel and aluminium Ejector Trailers. Features include the aluminum live-floor, open-top trailer and the 9-inch-by ⅝-inch extended top rail. The live-floor technology is supplied by Keith Manufacturing or Hallco Manufacturing. All Steco transfer trailers are standard with 5/8-inch wall on a Reyco 21B, four-spring, nine-leaf suspension.
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The Model 14000 Hooklift Loader from Stellar Industries Inc., Garner, Iowa, is capable of lifting 14,000 pounds using various body configurations, the company says. The maximum dump angle ranges from 50 degrees to 56 degrees, depending on the length of the body. The new model also features breakaway dump/tilt tabs. All models come with greaseless bushings and the company's dump/load interlock system.
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Titan Trailers Inc., Delhi, Ontario, Canada, offers the Thinwall extruded panel aluminum walking floor trailer for heavy-duty applications.
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Trail King Industries Inc., Brookville, Pa., has added an extruded side aluminum tipper trailer to its product line. The company says the extruded hollow horizontal panel design eliminates wind drag associated with the conventional vertical post design and increases volume by approximately 7 cubic yards. The trailer's tare weight is 12,500 pounds.
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Travis Body & Trailer
Travis Body & Trailer Inc., Houston, manufactures the single-walled Aerotipper available in live-floor or tipper style. The trailer can be from 45 feet to 23 feet long, and the standard 48-feet-by-102-inch-wide tipper has a 125.1-cubic-yard capacity. No center brace is needed, and the company says a thicker top rail and inner horizontal rails resist side bow and add strength. Travis will custom build trailers.
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Trinity Trailer Manufacturing Inc., Boise, Idaho, offers the Eagle Bridge trash trailer in two build options — light weight and heavy duty. Both feature the company's frameless design and the three-chain and flap conveyor unloading system. The company says the driver does not need to climb into the bed of the trailer to clean it. The company also offers corrosive-resistant stainless steel models.
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Vantage Trailers Inc., Katy, Texas, has introduced a smooth-side tipper trailer featuring no center bar. The trailer is double-tapered from front to rear, includes sizes from 45 to 53 feet and features capacities from 117 cubic yards to 145 cubic yards, the company says.
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Refuse and construction and demolition (C&D) trailers from Western Trailers, Boise, Idaho, are built to spec and come in varying capacities and axle configurations. Lengths range from 28 feet to 56 feet. Trailers feature one-piece, heated aluminum top rails with anti-snag rail support and 125-inch natural aluminum side skin riveted to chassis.
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