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Rogers Brothers Corporation

Address 100 Orchard Street, Albion, PA, 16401, US
Website rogerstrailers.com

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Rogers Trailers Tackle Off-Road Conditions

Off-road construction sites pose special problems for contractors who must haul large pieces of equipment over rugged terrain. Rogers trailers meet this challenge with a wide variety of standard and optional features to overcome any obstacle.

Rogers Trailers tackle off-road conditions

Off-road construction sites pose special problems for contractors who must haul large pieces of equipment over rugged terrain. Rogers trailers meet this challenge with a wide variety of standard and optional features to overcome any obstacle, they stated.

Small trailers with exceptional quality

Rogers TAG Series trailers, available in 20 and 25 ton capacity, combine modern technology with demanding quality assurance standards to provide easy, economical, trouble-free performance and the longest lifecycle in the industry.  All models now include dual-spring “E-Z Flip” rear ramps.
The TAG20L, a 20 ton capacity model features a 19’ flat deck with a 6’ beavertail.  The most recent addition, the TAG20XXL, features a 22’ flat deck and a 6’ beavertail.

Trailers for hauling paving equipment

Contractors hauling multiple pieces of paving equipment can enjoy simplified loading and increased payloads with the two trailer designs available in Rogers Blacktop Series. The Gentle Riser design has a 16-degree angle of incline for safe, easy access from the deck to the rear frame. The Gentle Riser is available in 35- to 60-ton capacities with deck lengths ranging from 22 to 28 feet long, and from eight feet, six inches to 10 feet wide. The Sloper design features a continuous five-degree sloping deck for easy loading and is available in capacities through 40 tons. For smaller, lighter loads Rogers offers the TAG20L, a 20-ton capacity tag-along trailer with a 19-foot flat deck or the TAG20XXL with a 22-foot flat deck.

LOAD CONCENTRATION: Not all trailers are the same

There is confusion in the marketplace about what trailer capacity really means. Questions such as: Why is there sometimes a significant price difference between two “identical” capacity trailers? One important factor that is often overlooked is the load concentration of the trailer deck. Load concentration relates to the design engineering assumption that is “behind” the trailer’s stated capacity.

TAG series trailers include E-Z Flip rear ramps

TAG series trailers are available in 20- and 25-ton capacity models and combine modern technology with demanding quality assurance standards to provide easy, economical, trouble-free performance and a long lifecycle. All models also now include dual-spring “E-Z Flip” rear ramps.

Paving equipment reaches new horizons

Contractors hauling multiple pieces of paving equipment can enjoy simplified loading and increased payloads with the two trailer designs available in Rogers Blacktop Series. The Gentle Riser design has a 16-degree angle of incline for safe, easy access from the deck to the rear frame. It is available in 35- to 60-ton capacities with deck lengths ranging from 22 feet to 28 feet long, and from 8 feet 6 inches to 10 feet wide.

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Ninety-foot trailer hauls “super loads”

Specialized carriers can now haul their “super loads” on Rogers latest specialized application model. This trailer was specifically designed and built for a major southwestern utility company to transport emergency transformers. It will also haul rough terrain cranes, excavators or other heavy equipment with little or no breakdown.

Trailers haul 100-ton bridge segments

When faced with the task of hauling more than one thousand, 100-ton precast bridge segments on a steep downgrade to build twin bridges over the Susquehana River, Edward Kraemer and Sons Inc. looked to Rogers Brothers Corporation to build two trailers that could stand up to the challenge for one and a half years of continuous service. The trailers also needed to be economical and re-saleable when the job was completed.

Rogers trailers haul bridge segments

When faced with the task of hauling more than one-thousand, 100-ton precast bridge segments on a steep downgrade to build twin bridges across the Susquehanna River, Edward Kraemer and Sons, Inc. looked to Rogers Brothers Corporation to build two trailers that could stand up to the challenge for one and a half years of continuous service. The trailers also needed to be economical and resaleable when the job was completed.