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Rotor blade transport system

Covering the future

The rotor blade transport system safely and economically transports all types of rotor blades available on the market. The combination with a rear trailer is ideally suited for moving heavy, very long blades. The system will also be able to cover the next generations of blades with even larger dimensions thus proving its future viability. 

Transport of all types of blades

Many safety features

Economical empty transport

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  • Transport of all types of blades
  • Future-proof system, also suitable for future, even longer blades
  • All functions can be safely and ergonomically controlled via remote control
  • More safety during transport through precise adjustment of the centre of gravity with the sliding carriage
  • Blade root can be cost-effectively connected to the free-turning device without the use of a crane
  • Cost-efficient empty transports as a semi-trailer or trailer (also approval-free depending on the model and country)
  • Flexibility when overturn obstacles using the free-turning device with a large lifting height of up to 2 m
  • Turntable brake for guaranteed functionality
  • Reliability through the true dual-circuit steering system with two independent hydraulic circuits
  • PPU installed in the vehicle (with remote control) for a wide range of uses
  • 2-axle jeep dolly, free-turning device with root blade adapter + 4-axle rear trailer
  • Free-turning device with root adapter (directly coupled to the tractor) + 4-axle rear trailer
  • All blades available on the market
  • Future generations of blades with lengths of more than 100 metres
  • Long goods
  • Length of rotor blade: up to 100 metres and longer
  • Max. payload dolly+free-turning device: 28 t
  • Max. payload rear trailer 23 t
  • Max. axle load: 10 t
  • Tyres: 245/ 70 – R17.5
  • Max. fifth-wheel load dolly: 17 t


The rotor blade transport system consists of a 2-axle jeep dolly, free-turning device with a root adapter plus a 4-axle rear trailer or optionally the free-turning device directly coupled to the tractor plus a trailing unit. For empty runs, the trailing unit is coupled directly to the free-turning device and thus falls short of the combination length of 16.5 m.