Other manufacturers use 3 or 4 floor plates with sectional cross welds that cause damage to soft crops when they slide out of the trailer. The Larrington one-piece floor is smooth throughout.
Mud guards are welded to the sides of the body mud flaps protecting against spray.
The Harvester body is contracted from 120 x 80 x 6 mm RHS box section along it’s length with joining cross sections supporting the 4 mm floor.
The 4 mm sides are folded and welded back to the 120 x 80 box section with the floor folded up against the sides. This forms another box along the full length of the body.
Rootking & Majestic
The 4 mm floor is supported by 100 x 100 x 6 mm box section on the Rootking and Majestic trailers.
The sides are stronger because the side posts are welded into the bottom of the castellated side moulds.
Other manufacturers usually just weld the posts on top of the angled edge of their side mould.
The method used by Larrington Trailers takes longer but increases the side-way strength of the trailer body when loaded.
Please note: The Construction and Use Regulations 1986 as amended state that the maximum width of a trailer is 2.55m (including the taildoor).