HighwayMax new from Faymonville

By Laura Hatton09 March 2015

The new HighwayMax trailer from Faymonville

The new HighwayMax trailer from Faymonville

Specialized transport equipment manufacturer Faymonville is offering a new double-extendible trailer concept called the HighwayMax.

It is an on-road heavy haul trailer designed for the North American market. Payload is 118 tonnes and it has nine hydraulically steered pendulum axles.

The trailer can be retracted to allow a truck trailer length of less than 27 metres, eliminating the need for escorts in most of the United States and Canada, the manufacturer said.

The HighwayMax has a tare weight of approximately 28 tonnes. The axles have a stroke of 600 mm and a maximum steering angle of 60 degrees. In addition, the loading platform can be extended to 25 m. The trailer also has an hydraulic and mechanical 5th wheel load adjustment.

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