This compact truck mounted Swinglift can lift empty right up to heavy 20’ balanced containers (12,500kg each end) and lift and carry mid-weight containers on the truck within the limits of the GVM set by the manufacturer of the truck chassis.
The "Drive over" stabilizer allows another vehicle to draw alongside, whatever its wheel configuration.
Swinglift are happy to customize your Swinglift side loader to suit you and to conform to regulations pertaining to the country in which the Swinglift will operate, so please contact us to discuss your specific requirements. We will tailor a quotation to meet your needs.
Options for the truck mounted SL20M include:
Either the low “drive over” stabilizer which allows another vehicle to drive alongside whatever its wheel configuration or for greater stability, the “leg over” stabilizer (as seen with the 40/20’ self loading container trailer models)
The SL20M can be supplied as a kit with the two lifting modules which may be fitted to either a 6 wheel or an 8 wheel vehicle of the customers supply.
Swinglift can provide a quotation for the supply and installation of an SL20M to truck of customers supply.
Swinglift Australia | Swinglift,Side Loader
The SWINGLIFT® brand of container side loader products are also referred to as sideloaders; side lifters; container lifters and self-loading trailers.
The first Swinglift side loader was designed in the late 1960’s by an innovative New Zealand engineer, and Swinglift has continued building and supplying container side loader products into the Australasian and world market for over 40 years.
A Swinglift container side loader is used for container transfer and consists of the Lift Modules or cranes which are fitted to a trailer chassis or to a subframe mounted on a truck.
The Swinglift lift modules are constructed from quality and proven high tensile steel giving extreme strength.They incorporate the outstanding wide reach stabilizer leg and jibs controlled by a hydraulic system powered either from an Auxiliary Power Unit (APU), or from the tractors power take off system (PTO). The lift modules slide smoothly in or out for 20’; 40’ or 45’ positions.