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Duraclass Unveils HPT-B2 Tub Body

The HPT-B2 features an open fender design, which decreases the possible areas for rust and decreases the overall body weight.

Tue March 24, 2015 - National Edition
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The HPT-B2 body comes in 10- and 11-ft. (3 to 3.5 m) lengths and 14- to 18-ft. (4.2 to 5.5 m) lengths.
The HPT-B2 body comes in 10- and 11-ft. (3 to 3.5 m) lengths and 14- to 18-ft. (4.2 to 5.5 m) lengths.

DuraClass recently introduced the HPT-B2 as part of its newly improved HPT “Tub” body line. The line has been redesigned to meet all heavy duty dump body needs.

The HPT-B2 features an open fender design, which decreases the possible areas for rust and decreases the overall body weight. The body comes in 10- and 11-ft. (3 to 3.5 m) lengths in 3/16-in. (.5 cm) AR400 carbon steel, and 14- to 18-ft. (4.2 to 5.5 m) lengths in 3/16-in Hi-Tensile carbon steel. The HPT-B2 also has an option for stainless steel.

Additionally, a semi-elliptical body using high tensile steels, crossmemberless understructure, and a body sidewall without extra bracing allow for an increased payload-to-weight ratio. The rounded floor and low center of gravity give the HPT-B2 strength and stability for heavy hauling. Loads are discharged cleanly from the curved body shell.

For more information, call 800/728-4345 or visit www.duraclass.com.




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