Dynamic Axle Load Program

Advantages of the DALP for the customer:
An optimum load distribution is achieved by the dynamic controlling of the bellows pressure that ....

+ Safety
  • considerably improves the vehicle's handling (perfect tracking, self-steering properties)
  • significantly increases the driving safety

+ Costs and time saving

  • guarantees the fulfilment of technical / legally compliant support loads to the coupling and tow bar. Reduces wear to the coupling and tow bar, increases the standing times.
  • The cargo must not be repositioned with partial loading (advantage in handling as well as costs and time saving)

DALP (Dynamic Axle Load Program) on the central axle trailer dynamic controlling of the 1st axle (display example) 

 

Critical loading state
  • Central axle trailer unladen weight approx. 5 t, with truck-mounted forklift approx. 2 t
  • Partial loading, approx. 5 t payload (50%)


Load distribution without DALP (-200 kg)
support load on the tow bar negative

  • 1st axle approx. 6.1 t, bellows pressure approx. 2.8 bar
  • 2nd axle approx. 6.1 t, bellows pressure approx. 2.8 bar
Load distribution DALP active (600 kg)
Support load on the tow bar okay
  • 1st axle approx. 2.4 t, dynamic bellows pressure approx. 1.0 bar
  • 2nd axle approx. 9.0 t, bellows pressure approx. 4.2 bar

Loading state
  • Central axle trailer unladen weight approx. 5 t, with truck-mounted forklift approx. 2 t
  • Without payload


Load distribution Lift axle raised (300 kg)
Support load on the tow bar okay

  • 1st axle raised, bellows pressure 0.0 bar
  • 2nd axle approx. 6.7 t, bellows pressure approx. 3.2 bar

DALP (Dynamic Axle Load Program) on the central axle trailer dynamic controlling of the 2nd axle (display example)


 Critical loading state
  • Central axle trailer with unladen weight of approx. 5 t
  • Partial loading at the front approx. 8 t
 
Load distribution without DALP (1400 kg)
Support load on the tow bar too high
  • 1st axle approx. 5.8 t, bellows pressure approx. 2.6 bar
  • 2nd axle approx. 5.8 t, bellows pressure approx. 2.6 bar
     
Load distribution DALP active (700 kg)
Support load on the tow bar okay
  • 1st axle approx. 9.0 t, bellows pressure approx. 4.2 bar
  • 2nd axle approx.3,3 t, dynamic bellows pressure approx.1,3bar

 

Dynamic Axle Load Program

 

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Dynamic Axle Load Program

 

Dynamic Axle Load Program