A Convenient And Professional Tri-Axle Service

When you need a large load hauled, one trip is better than multiple trips. Not only will it help you get rid of that waste faster, but it’s more cost-effective too. We have assisted a number of Ottawa residents dispose of waste promptly and efficiently with the help of our tri-axle services. To find out more, contact our team today.

By being punctual, on time, and courteous, we guide you every step of the way. Get rid of that waste as quickly as possible with 2 Queens’ tri-axle dump truck service! Customers with residential or commercial projects in Ottawa can use our tri-axle truck service at an amazing rate, one of the best in the area, so call us today to find out more with a free quote.

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For tougher jobs, we offer tri-axle services, with trucks that are built bigger and stronger. With our heavy duty equipment, we can haul away that large load all at once, making big jobs simple and your life easy. Using our tri-axle trucks, we can remove an entire jobsite’s waste in one go, including sand, gravel, concrete, and stone.

At 2 Queens Home Services, we understand that every client is different since their needs will undoubtedly vary. This is why we always offer a personalised approach. When you need a professional tri-axle service team, give us a call. Not only are we prompt and professional, but we also take the time to truly understand the needs of each client before we get started.

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Tri-Axle Service FAQs

A dump truck, sometimes called a dumper truck, is used for transporting loads of loose material (such as sand, gravel or dirt) to construction sites. It has an open box body which is raised by four rear wheels and lowered at the front by two front wheels when in use. Dump trucks are usually equipped with hydraulic arms designed to raise a dumping bed, and can be configured with a variety of attachments for this purpose.

A tri-axle dump truck is a dump truck with three axles. The drive axle and one trailer axle are steered as the truck drives forward, while the third auxiliary axle remains fixed in place. This makes it possible to lift the front of the bed by depressing the hydraulic arms attached to it. A tri-axle dump truck can also be used as an off-road vehicle, since its front axle is steered.

A tri-axle dump truck has three axles and six wheels. Two of the axles are on steering bogies and steer the truck on the front two wheels, while a third fixed axle is on a trailer bogie and rides over the back two wheels.

A normal dump truck is not considered a tri-axle because it does not have 3 axles. A dump truck in North America is usually configured with two rear tandem axles, while in Australia it is usually configured with single or tri-rear axle, depending on the size of the vehicle.

A tri-axle truck is a vehicle with a type of wheel base that has three axles in a row. To put a tri-axle truck into perspective, it’s one more axle than the standard two-axle vehicles or vehicles with trailers.

Most commonly, these vehicles are designed to carry heavy loads. In addition to having three axles, they can have up to six tires on each axle. This means that much greater load weight can be supported when compared to more traditional trucks.

A variety of different things can be carried by a tri axle truck, such as logs, brush, loose materials, or rocks. The most common type of load carried would be lumber since it is so common for construction jobs to use wood products. Other types of loads that can be carried by a tri axle truck include:

  • Gravel
  • Boulders
  • Stone
  • Trees
  • Logs
  • Most construction waste materials

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