Standard Pivot Truck Dumpers

Airoflex Equipment’s standard pivot truck dumpers/tippers are designed to unload materials such as coal, woodchips, bark, and any flowable bulk material. Our standard pivot truck dumpers are designed for in pit or over-the-wall operations. With safe operating and continued maintenance practices, Airoflex’ standard pivot is designed for long life. Airoflex truck dumpers have a bolted design that eliminates the need for field welding, thereby substantially reducing the cost and time of field erection. Airoflex Equipment is dedicated to manufacturing high quality and reliable truck dumpers.

Airoflex provides in-house design, engineering, fabrication and assembly, and we manufacture hydraulic cylinders with the longest overlap in the industry. Customer service after the sale is our commitment, with start up and commissioning, a large inventory of spare parts, cylinder rebuild and repair, a cylinder exchange program, and inspection services to provide assistance when required.

Features

Standard pivot truck dumpers feature drive-thru or back-on operation, low deck height with safety plate, A-frames with integrated safety hoops, and chrome-plated telescoping hydraulic cylinders. Bolted connections minimize field welding and ensure that the dumper operates efficiently.

Specifications

Standard pivot truck dumpers have a capacity of 40 – 100 tons and a deck size of 10’ wide x 35 – 80’ long. The typical raise time is 2 minutes, and is adjustable according to customer specifications. The dumper’s tilt angle is 35 – 63 degrees.

Options

Options for the standard pivot dumpers include chutes and material guidance features, walkways and handrails, manually adjustable backstops, hydraulically adjustable backstops, wheel locks, pop up, toll gate, swing gate, PLC controls, HPU heaters and coolers, service legs, and customer specified coating systems.

Watch the Airoflex Standard Pivot Dumper’s Performance

The video shows two Airoflex standard pivot truck dumpers in action at a sugar cane processing plantation in Louisiana. For more information on this project, click the button below.

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