Goldhofer on the blades

By Alex Dahm01 April 2010

Goldhofer wind turbine blade transporter

Goldhofer wind turbine blade transporter

Specialized transport equipment manufacturer Goldhofer will present at Bauma the new SPZ-P 3 AAA 3-axle flatbed semi trailer designed to transport very long wind turbine blades.

According to the company it is the first time a vehicle has been telescoped more than 62 m. It has a gross weight of 64 tonnes and a 24 - 38 tonne payload.

Also on the Goldhofer stand will be a two and three axle version of the new STZ-VP compact dropdeck trailer with pendular axles. It boasts rerduced deadweight providing 2 tonnes more per axle line compared to a vehicle with air suspension.

The company will also introduce the 4-axle TU 4 trailer from its re-designed trailer series. It offers a range of standard features, including excavator recess in the loading deck at the rear of the vehicle.

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