Landoll Adds Chain Drive System to Model 330

Fri March 19, 2010 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Landoll Corporation, Marysville, Kan., has introduced a chain drive power-on power-off system to its Model 330 traveling axle container trailer line. This new option will give the customer a choice between the standard 12,000 lb. (5,443 kg) worm gear winch with .5 in. (1.3 cm) steel cable or the 12,000 lb. gear box chain drive system.

Landoll’s side by side chain allows customers to pull on or push off loads like ISO containers, custom storage boxes and light equipment. Included is the container pull chain bridle, the chain connector with a .5 in. grab hook and a “dozer” push blade.

Landoll’s bridle has a twist plate that locks into the corner castings while the push blade adds more flexibility for customers to push a container rearward to make ground contact or push the container over objects like curbs and sidewalks.

Landoll 330 Container trailers are equipped with 22,000 lb. (9,979 kg) spring suspension, Grote’s LED lights and wiring harness, two speed landing gear, centralized grease system and hub piloted outboard brake drums as standard equipment. The hydraulic traveling axle trailers are available in 42, 48 or 50 ft. (12.8, 14.6 or 15.2 m) lengths, having 25,000 lb. (11,340 kg) air brake axle with 255 70R 22.5 tires.

The entire trailer frame and undercarriage components are powder coated with Landoll’s zinc rich powder primer and durable powder top color coat.

For more information, call 785/562-5381 or visit

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