Spares trailers are used by professionals such as motor mechanics, where robust trailers are needed to withstand heavy pressure. Heavy loads such as machinery and tools can be accommodated by a spares trailer. It is compact and strong enough to hold various parts within environments with limited space. This kind of trailer is generally quite small in order to assist in tight situations, but can also be customised to be larger for specific tasks.
Each of the spares trailers developed by Alexander Trailers are designed to meet the highest quality. Our trailers have been tried and tested in many taxing circumstances to ensure that we only deliver the best. All of our range can be fully customised to meet your specific requirements, so talk to one of our experts today and see how we can help.
Model IP5TA – Trailer required to carry a uniquely shaped 5,000 kg payload within an industrial chemical production plant, the V deck design and twin Ackerman steering allows the load to be safely transported around the plant with the minimum of effort.
Model IP120TT – Deck size 3500 x 1500mm twin turntable and a capacity of 12,000 kgs, this trailer has 2nr removable skeletal frames located on the deck of the trailer for transporting steel bar and tube around a large steel plant.
Model IP150TT – Deck size 5250 x 2000mm twin turntable capacity of 15,000 kgs, 6mm thick mild steel chequer plate deck with 4nr removable bulkheads which house 280mm roller journals to store and transport impress rollers.
Model IP50EP – Trailer 5 tonne lifting capacity designed with an elevating platform, the flat bed would move under the palletised load and then elevate by up to a 150mm to allow the load to be safely and effortlessly moved around a factory.
Model IP10ST – Deck size 3150 x 2500mm x 1800mm headroom, keruing hardwood deck and roller shutter doors to each side it has a removable centre posts to allow for large loads to be transported.
Model IP150ST – Trailer designed and manufactured for a large transformer manufacturing company, the low deck height was key to facilitate to the movement of the units on the trailer around the site possible.