Duo-Cover agri trailers are compact, light and cost-effective

Joskin trailers now can be bought with hydraulic, adjustable and practical extensions and covering systems for agricultural trailers.

Duo-Cover is available on the company’s Silo-Space silage and Drakkar multi-purpose trailers.

The main aim is to prevent silage from falling during transport, which can create problems when it falls on public roads.

The Duo-Cover provides a practical and easy solution thanks to two nets, one on each side of the body, which cover the dome.

When closing, they overlap in order to avoid any loss during transport.

The Duo-Cover is compact, light, and represents a very cost-effective alternative.

Another specific advantage of this device is that it can be directly mounted on extensions.

Each side can rotate by 270 degrees thanks to two hydraulic motors that are either activated through an electro-hydraulic control or with direct connection to the tractor.

Joskin also offers now hydraulic, adjustable and practical extensions for Trans-SPACE 7000/125 and 8000/150 agricultural trailers. They make loading operations easier and allow total transport volume to be increased by 8.4-9.4 cubic metres.

The loading height of the trailer can be adapted for the potato and sugar beet harvests. The falling height can be significantly reduced by lowering the extensions in order to avoid damages to the products. This also reduces damages to the sides of the trailer body.

Those extensions are made of steel and can either be operated by a electro-hydraulic function or with a direct connection to the tractor.

It is possible to add a cover by means of telescopic brackets fitted on the extensions, so that it can follow the movement up and down.


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