Our Silverstar tipping trailer has a unique, self-supporting trailer floor and collapsible aluminium sides, ensuring low weight and increased payload capacity in combination with high level stability and durability.
The low build height not only optimises the centre of gravity, but gives you a comfortable working height. And there are numerous optional extras – such as internal reinforcements, both on the drop sides and tailgate to extend the lifespan when carrying mixed materials – ensuring you can adapt your Silverstar to handle the challenges you face.
We also build the Silverstar tipping trailer as a trailer vehicle on our own chassis – perfect if you want a complete rig with good load capacity and stability.
- TRUCK CHASSIS
- SIDE HEIGHT: 600-1200 MM
- LENGTHS: 4400-6200 MM IN 100 MM STEPS
- FLOOR: 4–6 MM HB500
- FRONTWALL EXTENSION: 4 MM DM650
- FLAP SYSTEM: K30 ALUMINIUM
- BUILD HEIGHT: FROM 323 MM
- TRAILER VEHICLES
- CENTRAL AXLE TRAILER
- 3 AXLES
- LENGTHS: 5200-5400 MM
Low build height means low centre of gravity and better working height.
Unique, self-supporting trailer floor, coupled with collapsible aluminium flaps means good load capacity, and high-level stability and durability.
Maximised internal width.
- PNEUMATIC REAR FLAP, 200–400 MM
- TOP-HINGED TAILGATE
- UNDER-MOUNTED TIPPING CYLINDER
- MESH PIPE FRONTWALL EXTENSION
- SAND-BLASTED, BASE COATED, AND PAINTED
- LOAD ANCHORING
- CROWBAR AND SHOVEL HOLDER
- HYDRAULIC REAR FLAP, 200–400 MM
- SWING-OUT TAILGATE
- FRONT-MOUNTED TIPPING CYLINDER
- QUICK LOWERING
- TIPPING STABILISER
- SIDE EXTENSIONS
- CRANE SOCKETS
- PULL-OUT LADDER
- STAKE POCKETS
ALWAYS THE SAME
Hardness is measured in the Brinell scale, a Swedish invention used for determining the hardness of different materials. To determine the hardness of steel, a small ball made of hardened steel is forced with a pressure of 3,000 kg into the steel to be tested. The measurements of the imprint that is formed provides numerical results, which are expressed by the Brinell Hardness number – HB. Different numbers in combination with HB (for example HB500) represent the hardness and quality of the steel. This means that steel with the same HB-number always have the same hardness, regardless of manufacturer.
We assure you that we always choose the right steel for our products so that we can achieve the highest quality and maximum service life – and that a steel with the HB-number 500 is always equally tough, regardless of brand.