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Old 5th February 2010, 18:55   #1
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Default Three Way Dump Trailer - Do they exist here in india?

Hi guys, i am doing my BE , mechanical, as a part of my course a project work has to be done, i am thinking of fabricating a [FONT=&quot]THREE AXIS HYDRAULIC MODERN TRAILER... [/FONT]which is something like this...




does these kinda trailers already exists here in indain market? just wanna know that before i do it.....pls let me know if anyone has any idea about this.....
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I am not aware of anything already exists here in India. But it can always be made available in India depending upon the requirements.But for BE project I feel this is too much
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I am not aware of anything already exists here in India. But it can always be made available in India depending upon the requirements.But for BE project I feel this is too much

im just trying to fabricate a prototype , not the real one...
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im just trying to fabricate a prototype , not the real one...
Keep up the job..
All the Very best.
Do keep things updated as when u do..
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I cannot watch the video as i am in office, But if you are speaking of a Dump truck which can to side ways too, Then the answer is Yes ! Tata had introduced such tippers in early 90's. I have seen them in Goa minning sector. Unfortunately what i had herd was that the early ones sold had a major fault with their jacks ( Wipro jacks ) resulting in serious damage to the chassis. Thus they were i beleive pulled out.
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I cannot watch the video as i am in office, But if you are speaking of a Dump truck which can to side ways too, Then the answer is Yes ! Tata had introduced such tippers in early 90's. I have seen them in Goa minning sector. Unfortunately what i had herd was that the early ones sold had a major fault with their jacks ( Wipro jacks ) resulting in serious damage to the chassis. Thus they were i beleive pulled out.
Bye the way . There is no other manufacurer in India for Hydraulic rams other than Wipro.
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Bye the way . There is no other manufacurer in India for Hydraulic rams other than Wipro.
Well I am not aware of the present, But in 90's there were Usha & Telco jacks too.
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But what i think is , just a 3 way trailer is very much essential for our construction sites.. isnt it... ?? whats ur opinion guys?
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locking mechanism is manual hence design looks simple and effective. It would have been complicated if the both back ways and sideways were automatic.

Its not that effective for indian market where manual labour is cheap.
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I haven't heard of these 3 way dump trailers before. I thought it would make the vehicle unstable if you dump on the sides, but this trailer is able to do 9 tons.
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Done with project , will upload the video and pics sooon :-)
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Hey Olympus, Congrats for the completions of Project.

Waiting for the pics.
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