The rocket transporter was designed to haul the solid rocket boosters for NASA's Space Shuttle. This unit is self-propelled and capable of carrying a net payload of 180 tons. The deck is removable. Either the front or rear dolly can propel the unit. The transporter has 96 tires on a total of twelve sets of axles that steer proportionally. This allows the unit to maneuver in tight areas.
The turbine runner unit was designed to transport turbines for a hydroelectric project. The transport was designed to carry a 225-ton payload. Its hydraulic steering system operates either manually or automatically.
The heavy haul transporter was manufactured for the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority. It was used to transport generators and pentstocks on various hydroelectric projects. The 200-ton capacity units are self-steering, with the ability to be manually operated from the rear mounted control cab.
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