The semi-trailer with sliding sticks is designed for transporting long timber and cuttings with a minimum length of 2 m.
For the transport of cargo, it is equipped with crossbars with stick, which are slidingly placed on the main frame.
The sliding of the sticks on the frame is ensured by a hydraulic-pneumatic mechanism.
The semi-trailer is designed to be coupled to a semi-trailer tractor equipped with a hydraulic loading crane or a tractor without loading crane. Then a fronted safety wall must be added to the tractor or semi-trailer.
The semi-trailer can also be supplied in two alternative frame designs – a straight frame and a curved frame (lowering the centre of gravity of the load) and in two axle designs, with either drum brakes or disc brakes.
As standard, the semi-trailer is equipped with an EBS braking system with an information centre that informs the operator about the basic parameters of the semi-trailer, including a number of kilometres driven and instantaneous axle load status (load weighing).