At Agritechnica, KRÖGER is presenting the newest version of the tried and trusted terraliner heavy-duty dump trailer with several optimisation details for tough use on construction sites.
The chassis has been tidied up and components such as air reservoirs and wheel chocks have been positioned under the chassis frame to given them protection.
The ADR bogie axle unit incorporated in the basic configuration has been given a new axle connection. The new connection means that the maintenance intervals for checking tightening torques are now significantly longer. The new connections can also be easily retrofitted on used vehicles.
The new front press for the halfpipe heavy-duty dump trailer (MUP20HP) requires less hydraulic oil while simultaneously increasing the tipping speed. Of course, the cylinder still has more than adequate power reserves.
Wheel chocks are protected under the vehicle frame
The air tank is protected under the vehicle frame