Hydraulic truck unloading platforms are also called load tipping platforms. Hydraulic truck unloading platforms are leverage systems used to unload trucks and cargo vehicles. The specific features of these platforms, their dimensions and lifting weights vary according to the requests of the customers. The general purpose of the system was that the lever mechanism in the load-carrying vehicles was not sufficient and was not safe.
The importance of the hydraulic system, which is also used in truck unloading platforms
As it is known, hydraulic power (energy) has become a primary industrial energy in today’s conditions. The leverage system on the platform is hydraulic and provides a safe and systematic operation. Hydraulic lifts are both economical and save you time. Leverage systems that are certified in terms of security have received international awards and are extremely healthy systems that hold the certificate of trust.
Capacities of hydraulic truck unloading platforms
Hydraulic truck unloading platforms come in various sizes and capacities from 60 to 100 tons. Platforms have two different structures. These structures can be hydraulic tilting type, ground-mounted or channel type. Truck unloading platform capacity is expressed in gross vehicle weight. In other words, they are produced with capacity options of 60, 80 and 100 tons, including the own weight of the platform. The maximum tilt angle is 37/38 degrees and can be limited optionally.