Why Draw-Bar Combinations?
Draw-Bar Combinations are typically used as longer primary distribution trunking units capable of carrying more footprint capacity than a standard artic trailer combination.
Once the draw bar trailer has been detached, the prime mover unit can be operated for secondary distribution.
Don-Bur has been engineering draw bar combinations for over 35 years and their draw bars now dominate some of the major fleets in the UK.
- Fixed or Demountable bodywork
- Curtain or Box bodywork
- Extensive galvanisation
- Compatible with your existing equipment
Guaranteed to provide peace of mind
Engineered to perform consistently in demanding environments
The highest standard of attention to ensure complete satisfaction
365/7/24 hr after sales service
You have the option to specify Don-Bur's Contact & Straight Lift De-Mount systems in place of a standard fixed bodywork on your Draw-Bar Combination.
De-Mountable systems can be engineered to be compatible with your existing equipment.
Why not save fuel and specify Don-Bur's Teardrop bodywork for your Draw-Bar Combinations?
Technical Drawing Examples
Curtainsided Draw-Bar Combination
Curtainsider | Fixed Bodywork | Optimum Bodywork Lengths | 30 UK Pallet Capacity
'Teardrop' Draw-Bar Combination
Box Sided | Fixed Bodywork | Aerodynamic 'Teardrop' Bodywork | 30 UK Pallet Capacity
De-Mount Draw-Bar Combination
Box Sided | De-Mountable Bodywork | 28 UK Pallet Capacity
Typical Key Dimensions
18.75m total combination length
15.65m cumulative bodywork length
16.4m max from front of loading area to the rear
15.15m long (curtainsider)
15.33m long (box sided)
Capacities (Based on full length Draw Bar Combination)
30 UK pallets (1200 x 1000mm)
36 Euro Pallets (1200 x 800 mm)
Published: Thu 25 Jan 2024
Updated: Thu 25 Jan 2024