No. The TRAM is not reliant on air or electrical systems; however TRAM can be fitted with pneumatic or electronic sensor brake interlock if desired.
Yes. TRAM is very robust and has been proven in some of the harshest conditions. It is in operation in some of the roughest roads around the world and in corrosive environments. As an example, it is in use on plant equipment carrying ammonium nitrate in open-cut mines, and on trucks traversing the Dampier Peninsular and Gibb River roads in outback Australia, two of the most demanding unsealed roads in the world. Please read the Owner Driver Fact Sheet for more information.
This depends on the complexity of the application. As a guide, the standard rail-mounted TRAM system can be installed on a de-gassed road tanker trailer in approximately 5 – 7 hours.
Yes, and we can provide you with a copy. View TRAM Job Safety Analysis.
TRAM is in service on mobile and static equipment with a wide range of companies across the globe. customers.