Cometto has launched their latest generation of SPMTs for transport jobs up to 25,000 tons and beyond, setting new standards in the industry
The Cometto MSPE self-propelled electronic modular trailers provide a complete system for heavy load transportation. The new ‘Standard’ and ‘Heavy Duty’ range is the most powerful on the market.
“Up to 70 tons payload capacity per axle line and a bending moment up to 9,400 kN.m are unique advantages,” said Adrian Zingan, product manager. “The range is fully compatible with previous models and with self-propelled vehicles from competitors.”
There is the possibility to combine MSPE 48T as Standard & Heavy Duty and MSPE EVO3 70T as Standard & Heavy Duty vehicles in 2,430 or 3,000 mm width and with two, three, four, five or six modular axle lines. Tubeless tyres, night light kit with LED above each suspension for an optimum visibility and 16 tons lifting rings are standard equipment for both types. The bending moments of 7,800 kN.m for the Standard version and 9,400 kN.m for the Heavy Duty version ensure highest force and point loads.
The MSPE 48T as Standard & Heavy Duty version with 48 tons payload capacity per axle line is a very strong and versatile system which allows to get many different platform configurations, suitable for all types of heavy duty task. The width up to 3,000 mm provides the highest stability on the market.
“And with the MSPE EVO3 70T as Standard & Heavy Duty version, customers have the possibility to move important heavy loads in small areas in every direction with 70 tons payload capacity per axle line,” explained Zingan “The patented Cometto Dual-Link suspension offers an optimised force repartition in the suspension structure allowing this highest payload per axle line on the market. The axle geometry gives the highest possible precision during the load positioning.”
Thanks to the suspension and the tubeless tyre design, it is possible to drive long distances, steep slopes under full payload capacity and this with a better force spread on the ground. A special electronic control of hydraulic drive motors allows all motors to start precisely at the same time and inching movements down to 5 mm/s.