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It’s hard to go anywhere without seeing a trailer on the road, more commonly the one’s being pulled by mac trucks. The types of cargo and contents held by these trailers vary depending on the company they’re hired by. What most don’t know are they’re a few different types of trailers and each are made of different materials as well as serving various types of purposes. In fact there are five different types of trailers that we’ll discuss as well as the use behind each and the materials that construct them.
• Types of Trailers
- Pneumatic tank
- MAC liquid tank.
• Dump Trailers
There are four different types of dump trailers and all of them are manufactured to take on heavy loads. This includes things like gravel, salt, asphalt and so forth. The original design was made using welded sheet metal and could withstand the test of time while hauling heavy loads for long or short distances. Likewise, the ‘brother’ truck to it the smooth side has snap together siding that includes an aluminum hollow core. Both light weight and aerodynamic comes with additional room to haul large loads.
The half round Mac is another light weight mac in its class that has a lower front and lower center of gravity. It holds less tarp which means its innovative design leaves room for more haul loads, while still keeping that same classy design that is gas efficient and aerodynamic like its counter parts. Finally the Mac steel is built to withstand not only the larger hauls, but can withstand wear and tear that comes with different materials.
• Flatbed Trailers
These trailers traditionally come in five different types and aluminum flat beds. The tandem flatbeds have built to be able to hold things like logs, or sand with extreme concentrated steel coil loads. Each of them are built with heavy aluminum coals that are great for heavy loads. Depending on the class of truck that you use will also depend on the size of the load that you’re able to haul. Extra, special pieces can be equipped to some truck classes to allow some flatbed trucks to haul even larger loads.
Due to their size and the brand Mac was made specifically to load large hauls and has been proven time and time again for their durability and being made well. The well-known XTENDER, Mac truck has an extendable truck bed that is made of aluminum. Depending on the method in which you choose to use the truck bed will determine the size load you can haul. Even in bad weather, MAC trucks are built for essentially all weather so no matter if you’re going to haul vehicles on a flat bed or much bigger objects, they have extensions and trucks to fit all needs. In fact, many people prefer macs for that reason because not only are they safe when it comes to hauling loads, but they aren’t as likely to have an accident.
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