\r\n - The Container Tippler engages the container twist lock pockets of the container to be unloaded by means of a mechanical grab assembly, which clears the neighbouring containers. The design therefore allows for the safe engagement of closely spaced containers on road or rail wagons.\r\n
\r\n - Upon completion of the unloading process the tip cylinders as well as pivot drive assemblies orientate and return the empty container to its lift position, ensuring exact placement in the original position.\r\n
\r\n Incorporated into other systems, to lift and tip containers arriving via rail or road.\r\n
\r\n Rail mounted with electrical power pack and cable reel arrangement\r\n
\r\n It is further foreseen that future versions will be fully automated with automatic container position detection, engagement, unloading and re-positioning. This is possible due to the well conceptualised mechanism of operation.
Unique Features and Benefits:
An elevated, loose-standing frame that facilitates tipping of any container or accessory with a standard 40ft ISO container bottom interface.
Tip up to 50° in less than five minutes.
Safe Working Load (S.W.L.) of 32 metric tons
Transportable on a standard 12m flatbed trailer. Corner castings integrated in the feet of the ECTF (standard 40ft ISO container bottom interface) tie up with the twist-locks on the flatbed.
Designed in accordance with legal road limits in terms of weight and height.
The frame is a pre-assembled / stand-alone unit which can easily be transferred from one site to another.
Strategically positioned corner castings at the top of the ECTF (standard 20ft ISO container interface) make relocating / moving simple using standard container moving equipment.
One man operable using a standard wired pendant.
Locally manufactured and supported.
Industry proven and supported equipment/components used.
Any standard 6m skeletal trailer can be turned into a four-way tipper. The frame is a pre-assembled unit which can easily be transferred from one trailer to another.
The 4-way Tipping flatrack is locally manufactured and supported in South Africa. Industry proven and supported equipment/components are used in the design, which comply with legal road limits in terms of weight and height.
Tipping direction can be switched in less than one minute. Tip lengthwise at angles of up to 45 degrees, and tip sideways at angles of up to 30 degrees. It has a S.W.L. of 20T at a minimum Factor of Safety (F.O.S.) of 2.
Reduce unloading time, as the truck can easily be positioned to offload in the right spot – no need to spend lots of time and effort to manoeuvre to the right spot. This also saves on fuel costs. Less space is needed to unload.
All of the above ensure high functionality and efficiency.