Trailer Override Brakes
Trailer Brakes Requirements In Nsw - Mechanical And Electric Braking Systems
Fulfilling All Trailer Brake Requirements In NSW
All The Modern Braking Systems Of Ifor Williams
Hydraulic Braking System
- The larger Ifor Williams trailers have hydraulic braking systems. This system uses hydraulic pressure to activate breaks as soon as the driver wants the trailer to come to a stop. The hydraulic pressure generates enough force to halt a heavy trailer’s movement without sudden jerks that might cause a problem.
- The hydraulic brake system is fit for heavy-duty trailers, mostly belonging to agriculture and construction.
- These brakes are frequently included as standard equipment on our range of flatbed and plant trailers, which are made to move large machinery and equipment. Similarly, our livestock and horse float trailers use hydraulic brakes as standard equipment.
Mechanical Override Brakes
- Used in smaller and lighter trailers like Box Vans and Car Transporter trailers.
- Activated manually by the operator.
- Low cost and low maintenance.
Electric Braking System
- This system uses the power of the electric current to activate brakes whenever the operator wills to..
- Less strong than hydraulics brakes, used in lighter trailers like livestock trailers.
- However, heavy trailers, such as tipper and horse floats, can also be equipped with these brakes based on the models.
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