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Electronic Trailer Steering VSE

ETS (Electronic Trailer Steering) is a steering system for one or two trailer axles without any mechanical connection between the kingpin and the axles. The chassis design can therefore be simpler, without the need of turntables. More info: https://www.v-s-e.nl


 


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Electronic Truck Steering VSE at VS MONT truck
http://www.v-s-e.com





SVSE - Simard Tri-Axle steer Trailer - Semi-Remorque Directionnelle Unib├ęton





BPW Self-Steering Axle LL: Better through the bends
The LL self-steering axle is the economic miracle of all the BPW axles. It shows off its strengths particularly when tight manoeuvring is required in delivery and distribution haulage. Thanks to its greater manoeuvrability on corners and when making turns, you benefit from more straightforward vehicle handling, less tyre wear and lower fuel consumption - over a mileage of 100,000 kilometres that adds up to the impressive amount of approx. 1,000 litres of fuel and more than 4 tyres per vehicle. Just work that out for your entire fleet!





BPW Self Steer axle .wmv





Dooley Flip Toe Ramp Lowloader
Quick video of one of our new trailers in action with flip toe ramps





SVSE Jumbo Trailer.wmv
SVSE Direction Electro Hydraulique (Train-Routier)





Mercedes-Benz Actros SLT
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Electronic Trailer Steering VSE NEW!
ETS (Electronic Trailer Steering) is a steering system for one or two trailer axles without any mechanical connection between the kingpin and the axles. The chassis design can therefore be simpler, without the need of turntables. More info: https://www.v-s-e.nl





ETS Electronic Trailer Steering
Opleggers met ETS-Besturing van VSE





15.65m Longer Semi Trailer turning within EU Legal Turning Circles
The Muldoon 15.65m Longer Semi-Trailer demonstrates how easily it turns within the current EU Legal Turning Circles. This Longer Semi-Trailer is the only trailer in the UK which currently has a Vehicle Special Order from DOE Northern Ireland for testing purposes on UK roads.





Extendable trailer with Electronic forced Steering System





SVSE Trailer Steering .wmv
SVSE Trailer Steering (DTS + ETS)





Elphinstone Easysteer PBS Payloader Self Steering Suspension
Elphinstone Engineering have released a whole new suspension system utilising Performance Based Standards (PBS) to gain an additional 4 tonne payload on a general access vehicle. Self Steering, High Stability, Very Low Tyre Wear and less Damage to roads while allowing longer load lengths. This suspension system can be utilised for Tankers, Side Tippers, Container Side Loaders and many other vehicles that can benefit from additional payload.





Broshuis TCT steering
Testing Tower Cup Trailer Ter Linden at Vestas. Steering loaded with 24 meter, diameter from 3.820mm and 54 ton tower.





CityTrailer Rear Steering Tanker
This is my tanker tri-axle semi-trailer with the 2 rear axles steering.





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