Our equipment trailers are designed to meet the demands of the construction industry, industrial sites and more. With robust construction and features like adjustable ramps for easy loading, our single-axle and double-axle trailers are built to handle heavy-duty tasks. We understand the importance of reliability in your line of work, which is why we maintain our trailers to the highest standards. Whether you need to transport machinery for a large-scale commercial project or smaller equipment for a residential build, United Rentals has an equipment trailer to meet your needs.
United Rentals offers a diverse range of equipment trailers to suit various temporary transport needs. Our selection includes everything from light-duty models for smaller loads to heavy-duty options capable of transporting large machinery. Each trailer is maintained to the highest standards to ensure optimal performance and reliability.
A utility trailer is a versatile, general-purpose trailer commonly used for transporting lighter loads such as small machinery, landscaping materials, or household items. It typically features an open design that allows for easy loading and unloading from all sides. An equipment trailer is specifically designed for heavier duty tasks. These trailers are typically larger, more robust, and built to handle the weight and size of heavy construction equipment. They often feature ramps for easy loading and unloading of machinery.
A double-axle trailer, often referred to as a dual-axle trailer, has two axles located close together to distribute the weight of the load evenly, enhancing stability and safety on the road. This type of trailer is ideal for medium to heavy loads, offering a smoother ride and superior control, particularly at high speeds or on rough terrains.
A tandem-axle trailer, on the other hand, features two axles as well, but they are spaced further apart. The greater distance between the axles provides added support for exceptionally heavy loads, improving the trailer's overall balance and maneuverability.
Both double and tandem-axle trailers are designed to handle heavier weights than single-axle trailers. The choice between them depends on the specific weight and size of your load, as well as the driving conditions you expect to encounter.