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Winter is the time of additional work for truckers because on top of all other maintenance work, they have to remove the excess snow from the truck. Many companies offer technologies that can significantly facilitate this task. Here’s a list of the most interesting solutions.

Krone Ice Protect Easy

Krone Ice Protect Easy is a system that raises the roof of a semi-trailer in such a way that both snow and water flow off the sloping surface. In this way, the driver no longer runs the risk of driving with dangerous ice blocks on top of the roof. The system is controlled by a control panel. Pressing the appropriate button activates the mechanism that raises the roof of the trailer by approx. 18 cm. This is due to the interconnected brackets placed between the elements of the roof rack.

Roof Safety Air Bag

RSAB is a certified system for preventing water deposition and creating an ice cover on trailers. The desired effect is achieved thanks to a special air-filled cushion. The entire system is located centrally between the tarpaulin and the roof supports, which allows you to raise the structure by approx. 17.5 cm. The roof takes a sloping shape, thanks to which both water and snow do not fall on the trailer.

Fleet Plow

The Fleet Plow system is an idea of the American company Scraper Systems. The entire system is automated. The driver approaches the unit and snow plough blade suspended on two high metal poles lowers to the height of the trailer until it is placed on the roof. A simple two-button control panel server to lower the plough. The trucker can then slowly move the truck forward, and snow and ice are scraped from the trailer. After the operation is over, the plough returns to its original position.

Snow Out Truck

The Snow Out Truck system is a solution presented some time ago by the Polish company Klimawent. The maintenance-free device consists of two fans mounted on two metal poles. The trucker passes through the gantry at a low speed the air starts to blow from the fans directly onto the truck’s roof. In this way, the accumulated snow and ice are blown out of the truck. After the snow removal, the fans turn themselves off.

Photo: krone-trailer.com

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