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Old 05-12-2014, 09:21 PM
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In perfect rotation

First published in Bolted #2 2013.

Customer: Laxo Mekan AB
Material: Steel
Model: Laxo Container Rotator
Diameter: 2.1 metres
Net weight: 300 kilos
Rotating load capacity: 15 tons

Since 1947, trucks from all large manufacturers such as Volvo, Scania and MAN find their way to Swedish truck body builder Laxo Mekan AB for customised chassis construction work. The company is known in Scandinavia for regularly introducing new trailer solutions, with the 2010 hydraulic driven container rotator being its most recent innovation. With a 360 degree rotation, the rotator makes it possible to load containers off a truck in the exact direction required, regardless of the truck’s position. This has made it especially popular in the waste management sector, which is characterised by limited space and cluttered construction sites.

The first rotators were fitted with washers supplied by Nord-Lock, but after changing its bolt supplier, Laxo was talked into using similar looking washers from another company. However, these copies were not able to secure the 31 bolts that keep the rotator attached to the boom of the truck. As the bolts loosened, the rotator detached from the truck. Laxo therefore decided to revert to the proven solution, this time fitting the rotator with Nord-Lock’s new X-series washers. Today, the copies are long gone – and so is the problem of bolt loosening.






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Old 05-12-2014, 11:06 PM
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I wouldn't think these would take off in this country. Maybe one or two. In specialist places. You can drag a skip on at 90 degrees .
Very useful bit of kit though.
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I wouldn't think these would take off in this country. Maybe one or two. In specialist places. You can drag a skip on at 90 degrees .
Very useful bit of kit though.
Local guy had something like this some time ago, but rarely had to use it. Don't know whether Adrian still has it, or not. Also had a unit with just two telescopic arms - no cross bar and a hell of a reach!!
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Did any go down this route of running a skip lorry as an all rounder?
Or decide how big of a machine you could fit between the lift arms?

Looks like a really neat idea to me

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It does appear to be a neat enough idea. Would you have to add lashing points to the skip to tie the plant into it when transporting or how would vosa view it, they can have funnie ideas toward load securing at times.
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I've never seen any like that tim I'll do abit of digging? Sound the ideal one for the job!!
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Made a flat plate for friend down the road about 20 years ago to put his drott on
Worked fine
One thing it was an 18 tonner so was still high and you need to watch the balance when loaded as it will not load flat
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Shaun, company I used to work for have a 6x4 DAF cf hookloader, two bodies a tipper box with barn doors and a flatbed c/w ramps and slots for a moffet mounty. You can fit a JCB 8055 in the back of the tipper box, anything wider you would need to use the flat, used to move the js130 around with her, she was just on the weight limit with a full set of buckets, height wise she was spot on, can't remember exact height. She did a grand job, only thing for me was the lorry was a let down! For a 6x4 she was shite! Our old foden alpha would go places the DAF feared with ease, do just make sure you pick the right truck I have some photos I will upload later
I know it's a "how longs a piece of string" but what is the load capacity of a 6 wheeler hooklift and a 8 wheeler?

Would I get my Hyundai 140 on a 6wheeler?
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We used to get our JS130 on our 6 wheeler hook lift and was just under 26t
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I know it's a "how longs a piece of string" but what is the load capacity of a 6 wheeler hooklift and a 8 wheeler?

Would I get my Hyundai 140 on a 6wheeler?
6 wheel Hook lift will be around 12-13t, 8 wheel hook lift 16t

Depends on spec of the lorry and bin (obviously)
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£600 extra on tax for an 8 wheeler just for an extra 3t of payload,I like the 6wheeler for handiness with a lift axle.

Decisions decisions......
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