Cemen Tech introduces new dump trailers
Cemen Tech has introduced two new dump trailers – the DT-100 and DT-200 – to complement its line of volumetric concrete production solutions. Ideal for hauling concrete, sand, stone, mulch and other materials, these new heavy-duty one and two yard dump trailers are designed for use in residential building projects, rental yards, landscaping applications and other small- to mid-size jobs.
Fabricated with high-strength 10-gauge steel, the new DT series dump trailers come standard with a variety of premium features including a double-action hydraulic pump, adjustable relief valve and forward self-adjusting electric brakes. DOT-approved lighting ensures safety and compliance on the road, while heavy-duty fenders, one-piece rubber splash guard and supporting tongue cross bars provide added durability. An adjustable load-levelling hitch maximizes tow capacity and provides a smooth, level ride while towing materials.
"Our new DT-100 and DT-200 dump trailers provide a reliable and heavy-duty hauling solution for small to medium-size applications," says Collin Robinson, product manager at Cemen Tech.
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