Hauling fertilizer is not for the faint of heart. It is certainly not for aluminum or carbon steel trailers. A stainless steel, easy-to-clean, lightweight EagleBridge or AGRI-FLEX is the ideal trailer for this corrosive application.
IDEAL FOR BACKLOADS
Often, sludges, manures and fertilizers don’t pay much per load. The fact that Trinity builds by far the lightest stainless steel trailer on the market means you’ll be able to haul more product per load.
THE BEST TRAILER FOR HAULING STICKY PRODUCT
Manure and sludge products are both corrosive and sticky. A 61” belt EagleBridge or AGRI-FLEX belt trailer is the perfect match for hauling manure, turkey litter, and some sludge products. A 48” belt EagleBridge is offered in a 102” wide body for dryer, higher volume products and a steeper sloped 48” belt with a 96” wide body makes unloading sticker, heavier products much easier.
Although scraper bars help clean small amounts, extra sticky product may still stick to flaps. We offer an easy to clean Flap Enclosure System that conceals flaps and catches any loose product before it can fall to the road.
SELECT FROM HMW OR UHMW PLASTIC
Our liners are HMW or UHMW plastic with the floor liner welded to the side liner. This plastic tub not only assures a fast and clean unload, it also insulates the bins and helps capture moisture. When dripping is a more serious concern, options for air actuated front seals and front and rear moisture containment tanks are available.
Some sludge sites do not allow operators to leave the cab during the unloading process. These types of applications are the reason we developed the Eagletron Remote Control. The driver never has to step out of the cab during the unload.
If it’s granular fertilizer, you’ll want to consider our slide up door with the optional stainless steel slider that is not only a tight seal, but allows easy product metering. A Shur Lok tarp helps assure a well-sealed load and is available with a remote control electric tarp option.
As you consider the perfect trailer for your haul, we’ve recommended some popular trailers for hauling different fertilizer loads.