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P-Line Two Deck

For greater flexibility, a P-Line Two Deck can accommodate two decks of sheep or pigs or a single deck of adult cattle.

Its standard features make it easy to operate and, like all our transporters, it can be configured on request for Over 8 Hour and Over 12 Hour certification.

Key Features

  • Anti-slip alloy flooring
  • High-grade alloy panelling
  • High-grade steel frame

    Length

    Rigid: From 4.27m (14') upwards in modules of 305mm (1')

    Trailer: From 9.14m (30') to max legal limit

    Drawbar Trailer: From 5.48m (18') to 9.14m (30') 

    External Width

    Rigid: 2.55m (8'4") or 2.38m (7'10")

    Trailer: 2.55m (8'4")

    Drawbar Trailer:2.55m (8'4")

    Standard Features

    • 130 mm open ventilation to both decks with closing flaps to bottom deck only
    • All alloy rear loading gates with horizontal spar design for safety
    • All steel components hot-dip galvanised or zinc plated
    • Alloy folding decks to suit length of pen for quick loading
    • Anti-slip alloy floor
    • Conspicuity tape (mandatory to all vehicles and trailers registered after 10th July 2011)
    • Galvanised steel roof with PVC lining to reduce condensation
    • High-grade alloy panelling
    • Houghton ‘H’ framed cattle gates with internal dividing gates for sheep/pigs
    • Hydraulic ramp to 2nd deck with facility to store lower run-up for loading of adult Cattle
    • Hydraulic run-ups to 2nd deck with facility to store in roof for loading of adult cattle
    • Inspection door to each deck
    • LED marker lights to comply with legal requirements
    • Matt black rear ramp to prevent startling through sun glare
    • Nexa Autocolor Turbo Plus 2-pack paint system in one colour of your choice
    • One gate per deck supplied to suit 3.05m length of transporter
    • One light per pen externally switched
    • Special tilting 'H' frame for ease of loading
    • Spring assisted rear door incorporating special pressed alloy ribbed panels
    • Stainless steel hinge pins
    • Transporter frame and rear door painted one colour to your specification (alloy natural)

    1950 - PUTTING DOWN ROOTS

    John Houghton, already an experienced joiner, takes on his first premises in Milnthorpe on the edge of the Lake District.

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