From the smallest LT85 to the largest LM187, all flatbed models are built around a welded steel, galvanized chassis fitted with bolt-on tapered drawbars and the Ifor Williams beam axle and leaf sprung suspension.
Whenever there’s work to be done you’ll find a flatbed model to help you do it. Our flatbed trailers epitomise the flexibility of our commercial range. Purchasers from roofers to gardeners, small businesses to local authorities have all found that this range of trailers can carry heavy or bulky loads with ease.
The flatbed range is offered in width options ranging from 1.52m/5’ to 2.29m/7’6” and length options from 2.44m/8’ to 5.49m/18’.
The maximum gross weight for the LT model is 2000kg, whilst the heavier LM models offer between 2700kg and 3500kg.
Normally supplied with twin axles. Tri-axle options are available on our LM6 and LM7 series models (except LM106 & LM127). The LM206, LM207 and LM208 are only available as tri-axle trailers.
Tough, adaptable and easy to maintain, all models are fitted with a tough resin-coated plywood platform as standard. An option of aluminium treadplate covering is available, along with recessed lashing rings. Trailers can be further enhanced with accessories such as a headboard, ladder rack, dropsides or meshside extensions.
With the addition of a winch, rear propstands and either loading skids or the full-width ramp (1.83m/6’ in length), the versatile flatbed can be used to carry loads, such as small plant, ride-on mowers, mixers, shredders, rollers and a multitude of mobile plant equipment.
Resin coated plywood floor
Phenol-coated on both sides, our ply platform floors feature an embossed grip pattern on the upper surface.
Lockable coupling head
The lockable low-profile coupling head ensures optimum clearance of 4x4 rear doors.
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.