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Why would you buy a Trout Live Bottom trailer?
Q: What can it carry?
A: The live bottom is mainly used by road builders. Its rugged design is ideal for asphalt and aggregates. Trout River’s standard design can carry materials up to 15cm. Trout River’s rounded tub also means that there are less restrictions on the load- making it a better transport solution for clays and soils. See video
Q: Can I carry asphalt and aggregate?
A: Yes, very well. Trout River’s conveyor system is designed for the road builder. The trailer comes with a standard “reversing valve” that allows operators to bring the load back in- without spilling asphalt on the pavement and keeping the material hot. Trout River’s belt is also rated to minus twenty (-20 Celsius) this means that the trailer can also be used in the winter to transport aggregates or even salt.
Q: What makes Trout River better?
A: Trout River is a robust trailer that was designed right from the beginning. The trailer gives a balanced load which means that you can maximize your weight over the truck. The tub is bolted to the undercarriage which greatly reduces the stress on the frame. The rounded tub means that there is a lower centre of gravity which is safer going into corners and ramps, an overall lower trailer with greater capacity, less wear on the tub and the material has less of a chance of being stuck in the crossbars. Trout River has the strongest conveyor on the market that is twice as strong as its nearest competitor.
Maintenance is simplified and accessible (coloured lines, large inspection doors, bolted chain cross bars)
The Trout River is also the most versatile trailer on the market from the fact you can use it all year long- to its reversing valve- to its attachments. See Video
The live floor trailers made by Trout River Industries are distributed in Europe by VAKO Transport Systems BV and dealers who are spread over the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. More information you can find on this website.