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Hook Lift Trailers

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by renaudineau, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    I would first like to apologize to those I have offended by placing pictures of my equipment in their post. New on the forum I didn't take time to read the rules.
    So i would like to present you my product.

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    Look's like a good idea, and it's not 40' ft. long, good luck with the business. sam.
     
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    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    thank you Sam, we have a lot of trailers and small hook lift trucks sold in Canada, we now want to expand our territory. We receive many requests from people in the united states but were not certified until last month.
     
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    That hooklift rearloader is pretty cool never seen that before.
     
  6. renaudineau

    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, we build this kind of equipment for small municipalities, parks and campsites. every vehicle we built, truck or trailer, is equipped with an auxiliary hydraulic output to power accessories such as sand spreaders, asphalt heater, winch, trash compactor (we built these accessories too)

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    And a hot patch body, that's even better.
     
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    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    This is the first hook lift trailer i built in 2007

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  10. Big.John

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    If you ever expand your territory to the west coast of the United States let me know, That 3-axle 21,000 lb trailer is the best looking trailer out there.
     
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    renaudineau Well-Known Member

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    A dealer pretty soon in Reno, Nevada

    Hi,

    Thanks for your comment
    we'll have a distributor in Reno, NV soon. We have the demo here ready to go
    We are working to find a shop on site for assembly the trailers. trailers will be shipped disassembled in enclosed trailer
    we have also to find a company to built the bins, platform and few accessories, around Reno. transportation costs for such equipment is prohibitive.
     
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    Our last Hot Box trailer

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  13. Big.John

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    Well looks like there will be a road trip to Reno in my future:D
     
  14. renaudineau

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    This one is going to Batavia, NY

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    We have a trailer that dose up to a 30 yard ( up to 25' long) roll off container. You don't see that stile you show with the hook on the top like that in VA.

    A 30 yard roll off container with a top makes a great 5,750 gallon portable water tank that is easy to move around once empty.
     
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    ?????

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  17. washplant

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    I grabbed a random youtube. I could not find one that showed underside better that was not done by a company (advertisement).
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_e5ZusMmxU


    The one end of the platform, dumpster, or what ever has a set of 4” by 6” steel wheels this is normally the end that opens if there is a door. The other end has a large hook at the bottom. There is a set of steel box tubing that runs from end to end under the bottom.

    The trailer or truck has a set of steel tubes that use 1 or 2 hydraulic cylinders to tilt to around 70*. You take a heavy winch line to the hook on the container. As you pull in the winch you can change the angle of the lifting bed. The tubing on the containers go on the outside of the tilting bed.

    Are you able to set container on a dock or load a container that has sunken into the ground with that setup?
    I also see people using the type I was talking about to haul sheds around They have smaller wheels on it and I think an air lift on the suspension.
    I even have a frame that a 20' sea can sits on so I'm able to move it around. Great for job site office, work shop, and my portable electrical unit (genset with all our electrical control gear). Everything is bolted down and you have to do some clean up before hand or you'll have a huge mess. I'm sure I would not be road legal because of the height.
     
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtj0ABfsGVQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qDF1dBOdNs

    cable systems are archaic, they require manual handling, planks floor so that the container can roll. all these actions are useless with a hook lift, it is not necessary to pull the container, vehicle, trailer or truck back under the container, the container does not move, very little. No damage to the land. the hook Lift can easily drop a container on a dock. For objects that should remain horizontal we developed the Skip Loader that fits easily on our Hook lift trailers or trucks
    I designed and built all you can see in the videos.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5_UXeatanQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXm0GNczs3w
     
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    I had never seen a good video of a hook lift and never see them around in my travels. Your right on there being less angle. None of the dumpsters I have seen even have the place for that hook.

    I did not know the cable system was from the stone age, but I do see the advantages to the hook lifts.
     
  20. renaudineau

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    Hook Lift is the next step and will gradually replace the cable systems. In Europe cables have been missing for more than thirty years now, and be replaced by hook lift, more safer and faster ... Low maintenance cost... Don't need to have your knees in the mud to fix a cable...