Aluminum Dump Trailers
Construction projects usually require a lot of heavy equipment. Using equipment like bulldozers and excavators can be quite costly. There is one piece of equipment that is often overlooked- a dump trailer. If you would like to learn more about finding the best aluminum dump trailers to fit your needs, contact Primo trailer sales at (480) 378-0800. Check out our website and give us a call. We have a variety of aluminum dump trailers. We look forward to helping you with your next purchase! At PRIMO Trailer, we offer personalized quotes and we will take the time to explain all of the details for your load.
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What type of aluminum is used for dump trailers?
A commonly used alloy is 5454, which is used both for tank/dry-bulk trailers and dump trailers. As a base material it delivers good strength, formability, and it’s very weldable. One other important aspect of this base material alloy is resistance to chemical corrosion.
What is another name for a step deck trailer?
Step Deck trailer is also known as a step-deck or lowboy trailer, This trailer is especially designed to transport taller cargo exceeding the maximum height. It is retractable, has two deck levels (upper and lower), and has no roof, sides, or door.
Which Dump trailer is better aluminum or steel?
If you need to tow a high weight capacity or if your towing vehicle has a low maximum capacity, aluminum would be the best choice. Steel is heavier and takes up more of the towing vehicle’s capacity. With an aluminum trailer, most of the work will go into hauling whatever you load.
How do you keep an aluminum trailer from corroding?
In addition to washing the exterior with an appropriate soap, scrub under the hood and brush away any caked-on grime and dirt deposit on metal surfaces. Regular cleaning will keep your trailer shining and prevent corrosion or rust from forming over time.
What is the life of a dump trailer?
With dumping times that are in line with or better than end-dump bodies, our Bottom Dump Trailer is built to last. In fact, the average lifespan of a PHIL Bottom Dump Trailer is 25+ years.
How do I choose a dump trailer?
- Size. First and foremost, make sure your dump trailer can handle the size of your project. …
- Choosing Between End and Side Dump. …
- Lift Style. …
- Number of Axles.
What is the difference between a dump truck and a dump trailer?
Dump trucks are smaller, offering more maneuverability and can be good for small job sites where maneuvering a trailer could be more challenging. Unfortunately, this comes at a cost: Trucks are much more expensive to maintain and the initial cost of the truck will be much higher than a trailer.