The Marshall QMD/12H has a significant carrying capacity, ensuring it can handle the most serious and important jobs that customers need completed.
It has an 8mm floor and 6mm sides, which provide an extremely robust body that can cope with carrying rocks and other heavy loads that could potentially damage a lighter trailer.
The high-sided design means it has a very generous cubic capacity, improving its operating efficiency.
The numerous bearers and spacers further enhance the rigidity and strength of the body; preventing premature cracking or twisting under heavy loads.
The tipping points on the QMD/12H are 50mm thick and have grease points to provide unmatched toughness and durability.
This model also benefits from a standard hydraulic door, that when open provides a full 5′ of clearance to allow a safe discharges of loads.
The hydraulic door rams are also protected by guards, stopping debris from damaging them when loading.
The QMD/12H utilises the unique designed Marshall chassis that provides the perfect blend of flex and strength.
It is formed by welding a 6mm plate over a heavy-duty channel, which is immensely strong but allows the chassis to flex when placed under severe stress.
This chassis design combined with twin two stage rams provides an extremely stable platform when tipping a load, and allowing the QMD/12H to have a high 64 degree tipping angle.
The chassis also integrates mudguards, which permits safe clean movements when traveling on the road.
This model is fitted with tandem axles, enabling the customer to choose whether they would prefers spring or oscillating split tandem axle suspension as a no cost option.
The QMD/12H uses an 8 stud axle with impressive standard 350 x 90 brakes that guarantees safe braking.
On top of this all dumpers are fitted with lights and hydraulic brakes as standard ensuring that they meet all health and safety regulations.
The QMD/12H is an excellent all-round trailer that can handle the rigors placed upon it by use in the construction industry or when used in the agricultural industry.