Tipper bodies are vehicles used to transport loose material to and from construction sites. A typical dump truck is an open-box body with a tipping cylinder and hinges underneath. The location of the hinge determines whether the truck is for rear tipping, side tipping or a combination of both. A tipper body is for road use, while a dump truck is for off-road construction sites.
|1933 A||2933 A||3343 A||4043 A||4043 K|
|Gross vehicle weight (t)*||19||29||33||40||40|
|Engine types||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6|
|Emission classes||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3|
|Gearboxes (speeds)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||16||16||16|
Fewer repairs on the job – thanks to protective equipment.
On construction sites, underbody protection becomes crucial. Engine and radiator protective plates extending to the bumper and a bottom panel shielding the fuel tank are standard fittings on the Zetros.