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Silamas of Thailand using Goldhofer’s FTV.


surface. Whenever the maximum legal axle load is exceeded, the PowerUp function will lower one or more axles. For safety reasons,


Nooteboom has elected to let the automatic lowering function of the axles operate only when the trailer is moving. The axle features an optional starting-off aid, which can lift the front axle of the loaded semi-trailer when travelling at a speed of up to 20 km/h (12.4 mph). In


accordance with international regulations, for speeds exceeding 30 km/h (18.6 mph) the axles are automatically lowered again. The PowerUp is controlled via push buttons on the trailer or from the cab, and can be fitted on all Nooteboom semi- trailers with hydraulic suspension.


Nooteboom has also


introduced 80-tonne capacity ramps for its Manoovr range. The heavy-duty ramps can


be used with the four-axle, five- axle and six-axle extendable Manoovr semi low-loaders that feature an excavator trough. Nooteboom said the ramps are designed for handling earthmoving and construction machines weighing up to 80 tonnes.


Each heavy-duty ramp can handle a wheel load of 20 tonnes; the axle load of a six-axle Manoovr trailer, type MPL-97-06(VU), is 75.5 tonnes. With these latest


ramps, the load capacity of the trailer can be used to the full. A ramp slope of 10 degrees makes it much easier to drive the load on and off the trailer, Nooteboom added. Last year, the TII Group launched the SmartAxle add-on bogie for the Scheuerle-Nicolas EuroCompac. The freely positionable single-axle bogie unit expands the range of EuroCompact vehicle combinations.


The 2+4 basic combination can be varied by coupling the SmartAxle to the rear and front bogies to create 2+5, 3+4 or 3+5 combinations respectively, which makes it possible to customise the vehicle to match the load and route conditions. The company said the Scheuerle-Nicolas EuroCompact is suited for the transport of crushing plants, excavators and other construction machinery, as well as transformers and wind turbine components.


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