Traveling Axle Trailer Offers Optimum Towing and Recovery Capabilities

Talbert Manufacturing offers the 5553TA traveling axle trailer for optimum versatility and productivity. With a planetary winch and Talbert’s redesigned piggy-back cylinder for over 25% more power to move axles in adverse conditions, the 50 t 5553TA excels in moving low clearance and dead loads, making it ideal for towing and recovery operations. An industry-leading 91 cm loaded deck height and low 6° load angle provide safe, efficient loading and unloading for a number of additional applications in industries such as rental and general construction.

While other manufacturers use worm gear winches, the 5553TA comes standard with a 9,000-kg planetary winch that uses a direct-drive system and offers up to twice the loading speed of alternatives. The winch is controlled with a 6-function wireless remote, allowing a single operator to adjust the movement of the axles, winch and deck height from any position around the trailer – including from behind the wheel of inoperable vehicles or machinery being loaded. The remote also allows operation from the offside of the trailer, limiting exposure to traffic and increasing safety. The remote is rechargeable through a USB port, and features a range of well over 60 m.

The 5553TA is rated at 45,360 kg distributed and 36,280 kg concentrated in 3 m. It has the strength and durability to accommodate any load – from large tour buses or shipping containers to skid steers, mini-excavators and other smaller equipment.

The trailer’s traveling axle enables a low 6° load angle for easy loading, making it ideal for equipment with low ground clearance, such as rollers, pavers and other small- to mid-size construction equipment. The low deck height provides additional clearance under bridges and tunnels when transporting tall equipment and offers a superior view of the equipment and surroundings to maximize safe operation.

Like all its trailers, Talbert manufactures the 5553TA trailer with heavy-duty T-1, 100,000-psi minimum yield steel and the 1½-inch Apitong deck flooring for extreme durability and longevity. Trailers are standard with Valspar R-Cure 800 paint to prevent corrosion, for a long-lasting finish and better return on investment.

Source: Talbert Manufacturing

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