Shanghai Ruiqianhe Imp & Exp Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Ruiqianhe Imp & Exp Co., Ltd.

Features of Self-propelled Modular Trailers

1. The self-propelled modular trailer quickly loads and unloads goods, is flexible in movement and easy in maintenance


Since the self-propelled modular trailer has a lifting function, the lifting stroke can reach 600mm. We can put the goods on a supporting platform, and the self-propelled modular trailer can move under the platform support and lift itself. Then the platform support will leave the ground, and the transport vehicle can be moved to another location, so that the loading and unloading of goods can be realized without the need for cranes, gantry cranes or forklifts.


With lifting systems and stands, we can make the loading and relocation process more efficient. Moreover, in most cases, thousands of tons of abnormal heavy objects are difficult to lift, and the best way is through self-propelled modular trailers, and then we can lift and transport them.


Flexible movement and convenient maintenance: flexible and reliable movement, lifting and steering with high precision. The self-propelled modular trailer enables mobile steering and lifting at low pressure, even when fully loaded. The whole vehicle adopts a closed lubrication structure, and the main seals are imported from well-known manufacturers, with longer maintenance periods and lower costs.


2. Self-propelled modular trailer safety system and combined system


Steering monitoring systems and other sensors ensure safe steering. The adaptive hydraulic system ensures that the self-propelled modular trailer is level when driving on uneven roads. Industrial engines comply with EU emission standards to ensure stable operation of power modules. Accurate movement and steering ensure its high performance in module connection and assembly.


The combination system allows the modules to be connected both horizontally and vertically to accommodate different cargo sizes and weights. In addition, modules can be combined with hydraulic hoses and cables to transport oversized cargo in a relatively light way, requiring only a small number of self-propelled modular trailers to work in "soft-link" mode. Usually there are two types of combinations.


Physical coupling: The first is longitudinal and transverse physical coupling (increased length and width) between modules through connecting bolts and hydraulic pins. Side-by-side combination by connecting blocks to increase the overall width of the self-propelled modular trailer. Soft coupling: For some large cargoes that are oversized and relatively light in weight, the loading area can be enlarged by using soft coupling (only connecting hydraulic oil hoses, pipelines and circuits). Using this approach, we can use fewer modules. In other words, we can reduce the cost of buying or renting a self-propelled modular transporter.