Tipper trailers are a fantastic way for transporting materials that can be unloaded with no help other than with gravity. While you may see tipper trucks driving around, they are large and not ideal for all situations. Whereas a tipper trailer can be attached to nearly all vehicles including tractors. They come in a wide range of sizes and varieties and can be seen all over New Zealand.
It’s not just because they are smaller than a tipper truck, that makes tipper trailers in New Zealand more ideal for onsite, farm or paddock work. Tipper trailers also come in a vast range of sizes to help meet the individuals needs. Whether that would be for their own use on their farm, or any construction works that need to be done.
As with nearly all tipper trailers they use hydraulics to elevate the body of the trailer. While you can find electric operated tipper trailers, they are not as prevalent as the hydraulic tippers. This is largely due to hydraulic tipper trailers being sturdier and they can carry and deal with higher pressures and weights.
What makes the tippers so sturdy isn’t just the use of hydraulics but also and just as importantly the quality of the materials used in the construction of the tipper trailer. This is where knowing who made the product and their reputation will not only have a part to play in the overall cost of the trailer, but also the duration you can safely and effectively use the trailer.
Finding a tipper trailer to suit your needs doesn’t just stop with the amount of material it can carry. For instance the team at HW Industries will also offer extras to be attached or fitted to your tipper trailer. Whether you desire a specific colour to be able to make already owned equipment (this can include the colours of Case, John Deere, New Holland, Duetz, Massey Ferguson, Kubota, Fendt and more).
The ability to be able to attach tail lights to enable travel on roads. Equipping a hydraulic jack to make the task of lowering and raising easier. Being able to have fitted a hydraulic tailgate door release. Which will give you control of when you want to release the load. Or taking it to the next step, and opting for a fully operated hydraulic tailgate. Which will give the operator total control when the loaded trailer will open and close when required. Finally being able to have the tipper trailer fitted with brakes, thus allowing you to be able to work on steeper inclines, while also allowing you to slow down or stop completely far quicker than you usually could while being fully loaded.
Whether you are looking for your first or tenth tipper trailer in New Zealand, be sure to contact our friendly and professional team at HW Industries as we will be able to find a solution to any current or upcoming requirements you may have.