Scheuerle Modular trailer: general information and technical details

Nooteboom is famous for their striving for the innovations. They create impressive vehicles, which are always safe, reliable, and maneuverable. They also offer plenty of different vehicles for various purposes.

One of the interesting models is Scheuerle Modular trailer. It was created in 1999. However, it is still competitive and widely used in the heavy transport industry. The customers can purchase the used trailer of such type in order to save their money. If you are not sure that this vehicle is appropriate for your purpose of the application, you can always ask the members of the Nooteboom’s team for advice.

Let’s consider the most important features of Scheuerle Modular trailer:

  • the minimal load floor length: 4,250 mm
  • the maximum load floor length: 8,000 mm.

What is a Modular trailer?

A Modular trailer is a multi-axle trailer, which is the most widespread variation of the transporters. They are required in order to move enormous loads, which are impossible to disassemble. The machinery has a mechanical steering system. It can be also combined with either a gooseneck or a drawbar. The vehicles are characterized by the following features:

  • great stability
  • reliability
  • comfortable operation
  • cost-effectiveness.

The modular trailers are often applied in the iron/steel industry, chemical industry, construction industry, and power stations area.

Scheuerle: the information about the company

The trailer under consideration was made by SCHEUERLE (the member of TII Group) in 1999. The development of hydraulically supported pendulum axle used in their vehicles started in 1956. Since the foundation, the company has been working on the creation of revolutionary machinery with the optimized payloads, large steering angles, lightweight, maneuverability, and great reliability. The trailers are very road-friendly and safe.

The firm cooperates with many companies in Europe including Nooteboom, which offers the customers buying the used vehicles made by Scheuerle at their Global Trailer Center.

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