For nearly two decades, the ConMet® PreSet Plus® has been the most advanced wheel end system on the market.
Utility’s 7" deep horizontal Interstate Commerce Commission (I.C.C.) bumper, standard on all new trailers remains available for retrofit on all dry vans, refrigerated vans, and flatbeds produced after 2002. It complies with United States D.O.T. and Transport Canada regulations.
The Kin-Sider™ from Kinedyne® will be the new standard curtain installed on the Tautliner curtainside trailer. “Kinedyne has been a long time supplier of Utility,” said Steve Bennett, Vice President of Utility Trailer. "As a world leader in curtainsided products, we are excited to partner with Kinedyne to deliver a high quality, durable and light weight curtain to our customers."
Utility’s heavy-duty 4000D-X Composite is by design an adaptive platform. With a few intelligent upgrades, it is able to work at peak performance and meet the challenges of the most demanding applications, yet remain light weight.
In February 2016, Utility raised the bar once even further—offering SmartWay options that include low-rolling resistance tires and proven aerodynamic devices such as Utility's USS-120A-4 side skirt. An EPA-designated SmartWay 3000R is rated to use 6% less fuel than the same fuel-saving 3000R without these technologies.
Utility has added trailer roll stability as a standard feature on the 3000R base model becoming the first trailer manufacturer to include roll stability as a standard on their refrigerated trailers. "Trailer roll stability systems have now demonstrated themselves as a technology that can dramatically improve a fleet's safety. We believe...