Semi-trailers, lowbeds, flatbeds and turntable trailers from 15 t up to 60 t
Semi-trailers, lowbeds, flatbeds and modular vehicles from 20 t up to 500 t
Industrial transporters and self-propelled modular transporters up to 15,000 t … and beyond
New and used vehicles
Areas of activity
Heavy & industrial transport
Cranes & equipment
Wind & energy
Forestry & wood
Boats, yachts & ships
Our vehicles excel with their
sustainable production methods
Active corrosion protection always included at Faymonville!
MAXProtect+ surface treatment – the benchmark for the industry.
The rotor blade adapter
Nimbly moving rotor blades!
The tower adapter
Tower adapters are available in the Faymonville range as an optional component.
Machines on tracks are transported while suspended by means of an excavator deck with minimum ground clearance.
Different base beam widths of 1,000 mm, 1,200 mm and 1,300 mm provide maximum flexibility.
Outer beams with fixed floor
Lowbeds with outer beams and fixed loading floor offer optimum stability.
Widening outer beams
By means of hydraulic widening - the Hydro-Shift principle - this lowbed version can be flexibly adapted in width.
Outer beams with removable floor
Unlike the lowbeds with outer beams and fixed floor, the loading floor is removable in this version.
Vesseldeck with hydraulic widening
Thanks to its hydraulic widening, this vesseldeck provides maximum flexibility.
The concept of the flatbed decks is characterised by the continuous steel surface over the entire lowbed width.
The excavator trough
Many bogie type includes a large and deep excavator trough.
Pendle-axles are designed for use on particularly difficult routes and terrain.
PA-X : the low pendle-axle from Faymonville
More than low! The new pendle-axle - available for MultiMAX and CombiMAX!
Depending on which application area and load capacity is required, there is a choice between knuckle-steered axles on either pneumatic or hydraulic suspension.
Independent wheel suspension Twin Axle II
A low loading height, a large axle stroke as well as a maximum steering angle of 55° - that is Twin Axle II
The blade lifter range with the name BladeMAX.
Falco, Faremax and Co.
The planning process for transportation projects often looks the same. First, the load is determined, then the corresponding vehicle is chosen.