Staying true to the construction kit principle, the 2+6 CombiMAX combination has a 2-axle bogie that can be extended when it’s not necessary.
The CombiMAX is number one in the payload range up to 120 tons as a result of the optimum dead weight, achieved through the well-thought-out vehicle superstructure. The double extendable CombiMAX semi-trailer is equipped with low PA-X
“The vehicles are built very low with a continuous loading height of 790mm,” says product manager Rainer Noe. “The PA-X offers much more, though. The unbeatable stroke of 600 mm makes the semi-trailer extremely off-road-capable. And the steering angle of 60° makes it highly manoeuvrable when the route demands it.”
The steering is
Also in focus was a 3-axle MegaMAX low bed semi-trailer, whose beam has an overall height of just 225 mm. Due to the removable gooseneck in a very compact version for 8x4 or 6x4 plus dolly, the loading procedure takes place from the front. The bogie is characterised by a prism excavator trough. The proven
The 3-axle MultiMAX Plus low loader with lifting platform is the specialist for the transport of lifting vehicles. Since several work platforms or forklifts are often loaded, the semi-trailer features numerous lashing points for perfect load securing. The reinforced grating floor and the high ramp
The 3-axle TeleMAX plateau semi-trailer in a low design with
Faymonville is also exhibiting a self-propelled vehicle from Cometto for the first time at a trade fair in Germany. It is an electronically controlled module with four axles of the type MSPE Evo2. This stage offers load capacities of 60 or 70 t per axle line.
In addition to the high payload, the self-propelled vehicles have a versatile range of configuration options and are very manoeuvrable. The advanced electronic operating system and the special Cometto software make a steering angle of ± 135° possible. Each axle body works independently and is connected to the computer via a special encoder. Thanks to the interaction the MSPE can be moved in every direction.