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18Ton 1850MM German Type Square Beam Rear Semi Trailer Axles for Sale

Product Parameters

 

 

Axle Type

 

Max  

Capacity

(T)

L2

Track

(mm)

 Brake ( mm )

 

Bearing

Spring Seat

Installation

 

Axle

 

L4Centre Distanceof Brake Chamber

( mm)

 

JS12FA1347D

12

1840

φ420x 180

33118

33213

≥980

150

423

JS13FA1348D

13

1840

φ 420x 200

33118

33213

 

≥900

150

360

JS14FA1348D

14

1840

φ 420x 200

32219

33215

≥900

150

356

JS16FA1348D

16

1850

φ 420x 200

322222

32314

≥900

150

360

JS18FA1348D

18

1850

Φ420x 200

322222

32314

≥900

150

380

Wheel Fixing

 

Total Length ( mm )

 

Recommended

Wheel

 

Weigth(Kg)

 

Stud

 

PCD(mm)

H(mm)

10-M22x 1.5ISO

335

280.8

~ 2144

7.5v-20

360

10-M22x 1.5ISO

335

280.8

~ 2144

7.5v-20

382

10-M22x 1.5ISO

335

280.8

~ 2198

8.0v-20

406

10-M22x 1.5ISO

335

280.8

~ 2265

8.5v-20

440

10-M22x 1.5ISO

335

280.8

~ 2265

8.5v-20

443

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Company Profile

 

ZheJiang CZPT Axle Manufacturing Co., Ltd., founded in 2000, is a professional manufacturer of trailer axle assemblies, semi-trailer suspension systems and correlative fittings in China. We are located in Quanpu Industry Zone which is the largest production base of trailers in China, in Xihu (West Lake) Dis., the famous scenic spot. We are 1 of specialized enterprises in the scientific research, design, production and sale, with more than 300 skilled employees and professional designers for different areas. We adopt the domestic and international technical standards in production, accurately grasp the information of the market demand and make quick and optimal designs. In this way, our axle, suspension and other fittings have the world-class technical quality through reasonable and advanced manufacture technologies. Our advanced processing technology, first-class production line and precision CNC machining equipment from home and abroad ensure the good quality of our semi-trailer axle assemblies, suspension systems and other correlative fittings. At the same time, our annual capacity for the export of American and German semi-trailer axle assemblies has achieved 60, 000 pieces and of suspension assemblies has achieved 50, 000 sets. We obtained the ISO9001: 2000 International Quality Management System Certification in 2003 and TS16949 Certification in 2007. “First-class product quality, the meticulous and thoughtful service, and CZPT cooperation” is the philosophy that we always cherish. We not only meet the domestic market demand, but also export our products to Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and other countries, enjoying a good reputation. We always regard quality as life, and client as God. We will create a brilliant tomorrow with your sincere cooperation and support.

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Packaging & Shipping

FAQ

 

1. What’s your advantage?

    

 — We are manufacturer, we own professinal technology & quality control team; excellent team for foreign trade plus a rich expertise in trading.

 

2.Where your export to?
— Our export to America, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Russia, and other European, Asia and Africa countries.

 

 

3. Can you send me samples for testing?

 

  — Certainly!  We’d like to provide the samples free of charge, but for the freight, pls kindly bear it.

 

4.Can you supply OEM ?

  — Sure, we always supply customized seveices according to customers’ drawing or samples.

 

 

5. How long do you finish a new product?

 

  — Usually 20~35days once all information confirmed.

 

Remark:

    Our payment terms

— 30% by T/T in advance, 70% by T/T before shipment

 

 

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After-sales Service: 24 Hours Online
Condition: New
Axle Number: 1
Application: Trailer
Certification: CE, ISO
Material: Iron

Samples:
US$ 520/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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trailer axle

What are the legal regulations or guidelines regarding trailer axle weight limits?

Trailer axle weight limits are subject to legal regulations that vary by region and are designed to ensure road safety and preserve infrastructure. Here are some common guidelines:

  • Maximum Weight Limits: Most regions specify the maximum allowable weight on a single axle, tandem axles, or multi-axle configurations.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR): Trailers are assigned a GVWR, indicating the maximum weight they can legally carry, including cargo and the trailer’s own weight.
  • Per-Axle Weight Limits: Legal limits restrict the weight any single axle or axle group can carry. These limits can vary by axle spacing.
  • Weight Distribution: Regulations often require proper weight distribution between axles to prevent overloading a particular axle.
  • Permits for Oversized Loads: Transporting loads exceeding standard weight limits may require special permits and adherence to specific regulations.
  • Axle Spacings: Legal restrictions may govern the distance between axles or axle groups, affecting weight distribution.
  • Tire Load Ratings: Trailer tires must meet or exceed the expected load, and tire ratings impact weight limits.
  • State and Local Regulations: In the United States, weight limits can vary by state and locality, so it’s important to be aware of and comply with local laws.

It’s crucial for trailer owners and operators to understand and adhere to these regulations to ensure safe and legal operation. Non-compliance can result in fines, road safety hazards, and damage to roads and bridges.

trailer axle

Can you explain the importance of properly balancing a trailer axle load?

Properly balancing a trailer axle load is crucial for several reasons:

1. Weight Distribution:

– Balancing the load ensures that weight is evenly distributed across the trailer’s axles. This prevents overloading on specific axles, which can lead to safety issues and potential fines for exceeding weight limits.

2. Trailer Stability:

– Balanced loads contribute to better stability during towing. An imbalanced load can cause the trailer to sway, making it difficult to control and potentially leading to accidents.

3. Tire Wear:

– When a trailer is unbalanced, some tires bear more weight than others. This uneven weight distribution results in uneven tire wear, reducing tire lifespan and increasing maintenance costs.

4. Braking Efficiency:

– Balanced loads improve braking efficiency. If the weight is concentrated on one side of the trailer, it can affect the trailer’s ability to stop safely and quickly.

5. Fuel Efficiency:

– Properly balanced loads reduce drag and improve fuel efficiency. An imbalanced trailer creates more resistance and increases fuel consumption during towing.

6. Handling and Control:

– A balanced load makes it easier to control the trailer and reduces the risk of accidents or rollovers, especially during sharp turns or emergency maneuvers.

7. Legal Compliance:

– Many regions have strict regulations regarding axle weight limits and load distribution. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in fines and penalties.

8. Towing Vehicle:

– Imbalanced loads can affect the towing vehicle’s stability and handling. It places additional strain on the vehicle’s suspension, tires, and brakes.

9. Cargo Protection:

– Balancing the load helps protect the cargo. An imbalanced load can shift during transit, potentially causing damage to the goods being transported.

10. Safety:

– Proper load balance enhances overall road safety. It reduces the risk of accidents, ensures the safety of other road users, and promotes safe towing practices.

In summary, balancing a trailer axle load is critical for safety, legal compliance, and the efficient operation of both the trailer and towing vehicle. It contributes to stability, even tire wear, and overall road safety. Trailer owners and operators should always ensure that loads are properly balanced and within legal weight limits.

trailer axle

What is a trailer axle, and how does it differ from vehicle axles?

A trailer axle is a fundamental component of a trailer’s suspension and load-bearing system. It differs from vehicle axles in several ways:

1. Load-Bearing Purpose:

– Trailer axles are designed primarily for load-bearing, meaning they support the weight of the trailer and its cargo. Vehicle axles, on the other hand, bear the weight of the vehicle itself and its occupants.

2. Articulation:

– Vehicle axles are usually fixed in place and do not articulate independently. Trailer axles, especially in multi-axle configurations, often feature independent articulation to improve stability and weight distribution. This allows each wheel to move independently over uneven terrain.

3. Braking Systems:

– Vehicle axles are directly connected to the vehicle’s braking system. In contrast, trailer axles can have their own braking systems, such as electric or hydraulic brakes, which are controlled separately from the towing vehicle. This setup improves braking control and safety.

4. Suspension Type:

– Trailer axles often use leaf spring or torsion suspension systems, which are optimized for load-bearing and cargo stability. Vehicle axles utilize various suspension types, including independent suspension, to prioritize ride comfort and handling.

5. Steering:

– Vehicle axles are integral to steering, allowing the vehicle to change direction. Trailer axles do not contribute to steering; instead, the towing vehicle controls the trailer’s direction through the hitch or coupler.

6. Wheel Attachment:

– Vehicle axles are typically fixed to the vehicle chassis, while trailer axles may use a variety of attachment methods, including leaf spring mounts or torsion arm attachments, to accommodate articulation and weight distribution.

7. Load Distribution:

– Trailer axles are designed to distribute the trailer’s weight evenly across the wheels to prevent overloading any single point. Vehicle axles do not have this load distribution requirement, as the vehicle’s weight is more evenly distributed.

– In summary, trailer axles serve a specific purpose in supporting and stabilizing trailers, while vehicle axles are tailored for the vehicle’s propulsion, steering, and suspension needs. Understanding these differences is crucial for safe and effective towing.

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editor by CX 2024-05-13