Conics. Transportation of pipes

The perfect solution for long loads: - large diameter pipes; - pipe gauge; - aerial platforms; - posts and lighting columns; - bridge supports ; - wood
The perfect solution for long loads: - large diameter pipes; - pipe gauge; - aerial platforms; - posts and lighting columns; - bridge supports ; - wood

Standards of loading pipes in the semi-trailer

Pipe diameter, mm Rate of loading
Without conics With conics
1220 3 pipes 4 pipes
1220 3 pipes 4 pipes
820 6 pipes 8 pipes
720 6 pipes 9 pipes
630 9 pipes 13 pipes
530 12 pipes 15 pipes
426 12 pipes 16 pipes
377 18 pipes 22 pipes
325 25 pipes 30 pipes
273 16 tons 20 tons
219 16 tons 20 tons

Requirements for the transportation of pipes

Pipes, regardless of diameter, should be additionally secured with special straps or chain.
Pipes cannot be stacked diagonally of the semitrailer, obstructing thecabin doors, leaving the protruding ends of the pipes outside of the semitrailer.
Isolated, steel or aluminum pipes are transported strictly using the conics or lodgements.
During transportation of long loads of different lengths, short pipes must be placed on top.
Only plastic and profile loads are allowed to tranport without conics.
Insulated pipes with the diameter of 630, 720, 820, 1020, 1220, 1420 mm are allowed to transported by road.