Low Bed Semi Trailer
A lowboy (low-loader in British English, low-bed in western Canada and South Africa or float in Australia and eastern Canada) is a semi-trailer with two drops in deck height: one right after the gooseneck and one right before the wheels. This allows the deck to be extremely low compared with other trailers.
Low bed semi-trailers are usually used to transport heavy vehicles (such as tractors, buses, special vehicles, etc.), rail vehicles, mining machinery, forestry machinery, construction machinery (such as excavators, bulldozers, loaders, paving machines, cranes, etc.) And other heavy-loaded goods, the lower the center of gravity, the better the stability and safety, and the stronger the ability to transport ultra-high goods and pass overhead obstacles.
Low bed semi trailers are designed to have a lower centre of gravity, which in turns grants better stability compared to other styles of trailers. Combined with a wider cargo plane, you can count on low beds to keep your products safe during transport.
Features of Lowbed Semi Trailers
Mechanical or hydraulic climbing ramp is an option for easy loading and unloading.
Lower height (hydraulic and air suspension be able to adjust height).
Detachable gooseneck is an option.
Small turning radius, up to 55° steering angle.
Both automatically and manually all wheels steering.
Drop deck minimize trailer's platform height, increase traffic ability for over height cargo Side bracket is optional(for increase overall width), removable and swinging.
Advantages of lowbed trailers
Low bed trailers are particularly helpful when it comes to transporting extremely heavy loads that would risk unbalancing other trailers and both removable gooseneck trailers, as well as mechanical and hydraulic units, offer superior stability no matter your payload.