The Ifor Williams BV4 series is a small trailer with a big heart. It’s available in single or twin axle versions, the single axle version being suitable for towing behind many larger family saloons.
Identical in every aspect of quality and build to the larger models in the range, this 8ft x 4ft trailer boasts 5ft headroom (which will clear most garage doors) and a carrying capacity of 4.62m³. The tapered, aerodynamic front section reduces drag, providing better fuel economy for the towing vehicle.
The single axle version offers a maximum gross weight of 1400kg, whilst the twin axle version offers 2700kg. Available with a choice of van doors or combination ramp doors, the BV4 series offers a surprisingly high specification for a small trailer.
White coated side panels allow you ample scope to advertise. Whether you’re a go-karting enthusiast, running a mobile disco or transporting promotional material, you’ll find the BV4 trailer a convenient and cost-effective solution.
Roller shutter door
Made from tough interlocking aluminium strips, the system allows quick and easy access, ideal for loading and unloading in confined spaces. Features a lockable strap at base of shutter (padlock not included).
Lockable hinged doors complete with door stay.
The ultimate in flexibility, drive or wheel in your equipment or load with a fork-lift. The factory fitted spring-assisted ramp operates normally but can also be opened as doors to allow fork-truck access, ideal for loading pallets.
Front inspection door
The lockable front access door allows convenient access to the cargo.
Each box van features four cargo rails (two each side), running the full length of the side panels, with closely-spaced fixing points to accept the shoring poles/ cargo straps.
Resin coated plywood floor
Phenol-coated on both sides, our ply platform floors feature an embossed grip pattern on the upper surface.
A mounting bracket and spare wheel are fitted as standard to all Ifor Williams trailers for complete peace of mind.
Security marking registration with TER
Each trailer is fitted with an ID plate which has a unique serial number etched on it. Additionally, the drawbar has a different unique number cut through it, which is virtually impossible to alter without noticeably affecting the appearance of the numbers and galvanized finish.