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The neck has a front overhang of 1,250 mm and a rear swing radius of 2,850 mm, making it well-suited for use in combination with a four-axle truck. The fifth wheel load is max 30 t, but a special circuit creates an adjustable fifth wheel load of 19 t - 30 t. The neck is equipped with compression joints, making it very easy to connect the neck to the dolly or, when the dolly is removed, to the axle bogie. The unique shape of the compression joints makes fitting and removing the pin an easy job.

The neck is compensating with the axles of the dolly to always maintain the right pressure on the driven axles. Furthermore, the suspension is switchable from 3 to 4-point suspension to keep the trailer as stable as possible for loads with a high centre of gravity. The dolly and axle bogie can be detached from the steering in the neck so that no large forces are put on the steering system when steering with the auxiliary steering for long periods.


The dolly comes in both 2- and 3-axle versions, on SL2 or PL2 axles. The dolly equipped with SL2 axles can extend 1,150 mm at the front to generate even better weight distribution between the neck and the dolly, the dolly with PL2 axles is fixed. The axle spacing is 1,510 mm in line with the latest European regulations. The dolly is fitted with compression joints at the front and rear for easy coupling to the neck and axle bogie. This also makes it possible to remove the dolly, so that for short or light loads the semi can also be used with just the neck linked to the axle bogie. An optional linkable FLEX axle, spacer or extra beam can also be linked behind the dolly.

The axles are hydraulically counter-steered to the rear axle assembly. All axles are liftable and have hydraulic auxiliary control via remote control and can be aligned fully automatically.

Axle bogie

There are several variants for the axle bogie, with 5, 6 or 7 axles. Also here, the axle spacing is 1,510 mm and all axles are liftable.

At the front, the axle bogie is equipped with compression joints to connect it to the dolly, or the optional linkable FLEX axle, spacer or extra lose beam, and can be single-, double- or triple-extendable. Equipped with a dual-circuit hydraulic steering system with a steering lever fitted with adjustable tapered bearings. Furthermore, the axle bogie has auxiliary steering via remote control. The left and right suspension can be operated separately to straighten the trailer when the centre of gravity is off-centre. It is also possible to switch between axles 1 and 2 (by pressing a button), which makes them counter-steer.


The spacer has compression joints at the front and rear and can be placed between the dolly and the axle bogie to extend the loading floor by 3,000 mm. The compression joints make it easy to create extra prestressment in the trailer; the spacer then moves forward with the dolly when extending the trailer. The spacer can also be placed between the neck and the axle bogie when the dolly is removed.

FLEX axle

As a result of infrastructure maintenance backlogs in Europe axle loads are increasingly being considered. With the addition of our FLEX as, a linkable axle, axle loads can be reduced when needed for a particular route. The FLEX axle is also useful if there is not always a need for a multi-axle dolly. The "normal" transports can then be driven without the FLEX axle, and when needed, the FLEX axle can be placed.

The FLEX axle can only be used on trailers with PL axles and is available in 1- and 2-axle versions. The axle(s) is (are) positioned in such a way that an axle spacing of 1,510 mm is always created, which is useful for permit applications because all axle distances are always the same. Furthermore, the loading floor height does not change when using a FLEX axle.

The brake and suspension system is connected to the dolly, so the FLEX axle also participates in the compensation between the neck and dolly. All other systems are connected via the axle bogie.

Extra beam

Additional extension beam of 9,000 mm to provide additional extension length. The beam is fitted with compression joints at the front and rear.

Hydraulic ramps

The trailer can also be equipped with double heavy-duty hydraulic ramps to facilitate the loading of self-propelled vehicles.

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SL2 semi low loader (independent wheel suspension)

A semi low loader on independent wheel suspension is also called an SL Trailer. This variant of the semi low loaders is also equipped with a hydraulic steering and suspension system. This trailer is therefore also very stable and, due to the higher permitted axle load, may take heavier loads than semi low loaders on through axles. The SL2 semi low loaders have a lower loading floor height than any other axle type due to their independent wheel suspension. This allows the SL2 semi low loader to carry higher loads and is unique within its class.

PL2 semi low loader (Pendle axle)

A semi low loader with pendle axles is a hydraulically steered semi-trailer that also has hydraulic suspension. This makes the trailer extra-stable. The steering is then almost the same as the hydraulically steered semi low loader. The trailer is equipped with pendle axles, which means that the it is allowed to carry more than the semi low loaders on beam axles, due to the higher permitted axle load. The stroke of the pendle axle is also much greater than that of the beam axle, which makes it possible to independently pick up (jacking up) a loaded load.