Yilnak and its two missions

Two 8-axle MultiMAX and three 4-axle WingMAX off to Turkey.

Two fields of special transport were in focus when our Turkish customer Yilnak Proje ve Agir Tasima came with its requirements for new equipment: the transport of XXL rotor blades and the transport of railway vehicles.

For the wind energy mission, a trio of new 4-axle WingMAX flatbeds has been delivered shortly to master the transport of loooooooooongest rotor blades to their installation site. After first successful experiences done last year, these quadruple extendable trailers are already the second trio chosen at Faymonville.

Each trailer has an enormous gooseneck stroke of 1,700 mm as well as strong 19.5" pendle axles with 60° steering angle and 600 mm stroke.

And to handle railway projects, Yilnak strengthens its fleet with two 8-axle semi-trailers type MultiMAX. The vehicles have integrated screw-on rails on the loading platform, cranked axles for maximum low loading height and one of them a special 'accordion' ramp. The special feature of this type of ramp is that it can be folded to allow an extremely small loading angle.

With 1,000 mm and 1,670 mm, two possible track widths of the railway vehicles can be loaded in an optimum way.

Thank you to the Yilnak team and our Turkish partner Serkan Askin for the fruitful cooperation.  

Yilnak and its two missions
Yilnak and its two missions
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