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2018 IVECO 75E16 – Tipper – 7.5 TONNE

Euro Rating
  • Stock Number 4581
  • Registration Number HX18XET
  • Body Type Tipper
  • Make IVECO
  • Model 75E16
  • Crane Type (if fitted)
  • Transmission SemiAutomatic
  • Euro Rating 6 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2018
  • GVW 7.5
  • Axle 4x2

2018 IVECO 75E16 – CAGED TIPPER – 7.5 TONNE

Euro Rating
  • Stock Number 4484
  • Registration Number HX18XEJ
  • Body Type CAGED TIPPER
  • Make IVECO
  • Model 75E16
  • Crane Type (if fitted)
  • Transmission Automatic
  • Euro Rating 6 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2018
  • GVW 7.5
  • Axle 4 X 2

2018 IVECO 75E16 – TIPPER WITH TAIL LIFT – 7.5 TONNE

Euro Rating
  • Stock Number 4485
  • Registration Number HX18XEF
  • Body Type TIPPER WITH TAIL LIFT
  • Make IVECO
  • Model 75E16
  • Crane Type (if fitted)
  • Transmission Automatic
  • Euro Rating 6 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2018
  • GVW 7.5
  • Axle 4 X 2

2013 DAF LF 45.160 – CAGED TIPPER – 7.5 TONNE

Euro Rating
  • Stock Number 4429
  • Registration Number HY13BZJ
  • Body Type CAGED TIPPER
  • Make DAF
  • Model LF 45.160
  • Crane Type (if fitted)
  • Transmission Manual
  • Euro Rating 5 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2013
  • GVW 7.5
  • Axle 4 X 2

2007 IVECO 75E16 – TIPPER – 7.5 TONNE

Euro Rating
  • Stock Number 4407
  • Registration Number FJ57FXE
  • Body Type TIPPER
  • Make IVECO
  • Model 75E16
  • Crane Type (if fitted)
  • Transmission Manual
  • Euro Rating 4 (Euro Rating)
  • Reg Year 2007
  • GVW 7.5
  • Axle 4 X 2

Explore our diverse inventory of second-hand 7.5-ton tipper trucks for sale, ranging from 7.5 tonne tipper lorries to versatile 7.5 ton grab lorries. Our selection also includes small tipper trucks suitable for various applications.

Tipper trucks, also known as dump trucks, play a crucial role in the commercial trucking industry. They are extensively used in construction, mining, and transportation, facilitating the transport and unloading of materials like sand, gravel, rocks, and construction debris.

Our offerings feature a variety of configurations, from 7.5 tonne vehicles to larger 32-tonne GVW models. These trucks undergo rigorous inspections, ensuring their reliability and performance. Whether you need a 7.5 ton tipper truck or a specialised 7.5 ton grab lorry, we have a wide range to meet your specific requirements.

Tipper trucks are equipped with hydraulic lifting systems that enable efficient cargo unloading at construction sites or waste disposal locations. The tipping mechanism can be activated through a control lever inside the truck cab or remotely, providing flexibility in operation.

HOW MUCH CAN A TIPPER TRUCK CARRY?

They can carry a maximum capacity of around 44 tonnes, but many models are designed for lighter work with a gross vehicle weight of 7.5 tonnes. There are smaller trucks with fourteen or sixteen-tonne capacities as well. The vehicle’s total weight affects the number of wheels, which means you will find four, six, and eight-wheeled trucks.

All tipper trucks are three meters wide, so as the weight and capacity go up, the length of the truck increases. Typically the axle and wheel configurations provide:

  • Four wheels – up to 24.5 tonnes with a truck length of 7.6m
  • Six wheels – up to 26 tonnes with a truck length of 7.6m
  • Eight wheels – up to 32 tonnes with a truck length of 9.8m
  • Articulated – up to 44 tonnes with a truck length of 14.2m

DIFFERENT TYPES & SIZES

Small or residential-centric jobs can often be handled by a less than 12 tonnes truck with a bogie drive. The next move up from these is a truck and dog tipper. These are easy to manoeuvre around a worksite, making them suitable for small projects where a large delivery volume and high material turnover are unnecessary.

Semi-trucks are manufactured up to 19 metres long with a larger capacity. However, the gain in capacity is at the sacrifice of maneuverability, meaning these are suitable for open sites such as large quarries and construction sites.

Road trains and b doubles are popular and used on significant worksites and projects, saving costs by reducing the number of trips required. Road crews have access to specialised insulated trucks for delivering hot tarmac during renovation and repair works.

LOW MILEAGE TIPPERS FOR SALE

Our low-mileage tippers for sale are ideal for navigating challenging access routes or uneven roads commonly found at construction sites. These trucks are designed to withstand the wear and tear associated with transporting heavy and abrasive materials like sand, gravel, and stone.

Customisation options abound, with choices of chassis and axle configurations, including 4×2, 6×4, 8×4, and 8×8. Additionally, you can select from standard day cabs, sleeper cabs, or crew cabs, along with your preference for manual or automatic transmissions with Euro 5 or Euro 6 ratings.

We prioritise the durability and longevity of our vehicles, conducting comprehensive inspections to ensure each second-hand tipper truck meets our stringent standards. Located in the West Midlands, our four-acre facility showcases our inventory, providing you with the opportunity to choose the ideal truck for your needs.

When you invest in a used tipper truck from renowned manufacturers like DAF and Iveco, you’re choosing a robust vehicle capable of handling heavy loads and demanding conditions. Rest assured, our low-mileage tippers are backed by a comprehensive warranty, offering you peace of mind as you embark on your next transportation venture.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

An 18-ton tipper truck has a maximum payload capacity of approximately 18 metric tons (or 18,000 kilograms). However, it’s important to note that the actual load capacity can vary depending on the specific design, axle configuration, and legal weight restrictions in different regions. It is advisable to refer to the manufacturer’s specifications and local regulations to determine the precise weight limits for an 18-ton tipper truck in a particular area.

There are several types of tipper trucks available, including standard tipper trucks, articulated tipper trucks (also known as “tipper trailers” or “tractor-trailer tippers”), tipper vans, and tipper pickups. Each type is designed for specific applications and offers variations in size, load capacity, and manoeuvrability.

Tipper trucks are commonly used in industries such as construction, mining, agriculture, and waste management. They are particularly suited for tasks that involve the transportation of bulk materials, excavation work, site clearance, and debris removal. Their ability to quickly and efficiently unload lose materials makes them essential in many construction projects.

A tipper truck, also known as a dump truck, is a type of commercial vehicle designed for transporting and unloading loose materials, such as gravel, sand, or construction debris. It features a hydraulic lifting mechanism that allows the rear bed of the truck to be raised or tilted, enabling the goods to be unloaded by gravity.