Talbert Manufacturing, a manufacturer of lowbed heavy-haul trailers, introduced its Oil Field Trailer Series. Talbert designed the trailers specifically for the oil and gas industry with features that make for fast and efficient equipment loading and durability.

The three-trailer Oil Field Series consists of a three-axle, 35-ton step deck; a four-axle, 60-ton fixed-gooseneck trailer; and a five-axle, 65-ton fixed-gooseneck trailer. Because oil extraction requires frequent relocation of skid-mounted equipment such as generators, housing units, compressors, oil rigging equipment and pipe sections, Talbert designed this series specifically for that purpose.

A winch, tail rollers and optional pop-up rollers make pulling equipment onto the deck easier and more efficient. Weevil pins line the sides of the trailer and serve as vertical rollers to guide the equipment straight onto the trailer. There are two pair of pipe pockets on the 60- and 65-ton trailers so operators can insert large stakes vertically to stack and haul pipe sections without shift during transport.

Talbert has been building heavy-haul and specialized trailers to customer specifications since 1938. The company offers complete lines of heavy haul trailers and specialized transportation equipment for the commercial, industrial, military and government sectors. Its trailers and equipment are used in applications as diverse as renewable energy, aerospace, heavy construction, in-plant material handling, manufacturing and processing systems, and more. For more information, visit www.talbertmfg.com.