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Here is a selction of Armitage's platform chassis trailers.

Why a platform chassis?

Firstly, a platform chassis is built along similar lines to a lorry chassis for greater strength, so it's just the job for heavy loads, particularly for heavy objects, such as the generator you can see in the 2nd picture in the right hand column. Take a look at the trailer top right. That is somewhere in Europe behind a giant American motorhome, acting as mobile garage for a Fiat saloon car and a major league quad bike.

Or, as in the CFPC trailer, pictured opposite the "geny" trailer, the customer needed to have the then full 7ft 6 in legal maximum width available and a few inches extra height for a commentary and scoring team. Since that trailer was made, there have been significant changes in the law and we can now offer 8ft wide trailers for towing behind any vehicle on UK roads.Platform chassis trailers have a clutter-free floor, allowing you to make the most of the space within the trailer.

Maximum floor space was the deciding factor in the design of trailers we built as mobile dialysis units and to act as the mobile nerve centre for an in-flight re-fuelling operation for a foreign government's military aircraft, flying over Europe( we are not allowed to mention names but whistling "Yankee Doodle" might give you a clue) .

Another big plus for the platform chassis in certain applications is its capacity to be jacked up off its suspension, using heavy duty, drop down, infinitely adjustable legs to provide a completely stable work station

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