Rubble Truck

Armorgard launch innovative Rubble Truck with unique tipping feature

  • 14 Dec 2016

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The Armorgard multi-purpose Rubble Truck has been developed for moving heavy materials around building site areas, with a unique in-built tipping feature that allows one person to manoeuvre and tip up to 750kg of on-site waste materials and rubble with ease.

Rubble TruckEngineered for heavy use and constructed using 2mm steel, the Rubble Truck has a 400 litre scoop and 750kg weight loading capacity, with a powder coating to withstand harsh weather conditions.

The Rubble Truck is available with a choice of solid rubber or pneumatic wheels, and features extra strength, welded, crane lifting eyes and a space-saving stackable design. The sides of the truck are protected with rubber buffers.

Armorgard will be showcasing the Rubble Truck at the Executive Hire Show on Stand No. B3.

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