A-Frame

Our A-Frame Bottom Transfer Loading Arm is designed for applications where extended reach is needed if vehicles cannot be accurately spotted for loading. Bottom loading A-frame arms store with the primary in a vertical position. When extended, the primary arm and drop pipe or hose create an “A” shape. Used when space overhead is available for the riser pipe, either hose or pipe can be used in the drop section to reach the connection point. 

Available in Right Hand or Left Hand, Up Feed or Down Feed and Horizontal Feed Loading configurations.

Bottom Loader

Bottom Transfer Loading Arm is designed for applications where extended reach is needed if vehicles cannot be accurately spotted for loading. BL-54 bottom loading arms store primary in a horizontal position to either side of the riser pipe depending on the piping layout and pre-existing obstructions. These arms rotate above and below horizontal to reach the connection point on the truck. They require less overhead space than the A frame style but require more space adjacent to the arms for storage; either hose or pipe can be used in the drop section to reach the connection point.

Available in Right Hand or Left Hand, Up Feed or Down Feed and Horizontal Feed Loading configurations.

Bottom Transfer

Bottom Transfer Loading Arm is designed for applications where extended reach is needed if vehicles cannot be accurately spotted for loading. BT-377 bottom loading or unloading arms are low-profile and so require no overhead structure for support. Typically mounted very low to the ground, the primary arm and boom sections extend out into the loading area like an accordion. Bottom transfer loading arms are used when storage space is laterally available and no upper structure is available for support.

Available in Right Hand or Left Hand, Up Feed or Down Feed and Horizontal Feed Loading configurations.

Bottom Transfer Hose Loader

BT-44 bottom loading or unloading arms are low-profile economical choice for bulk offloading and require no overhead structure for support. Typically mounted very low to the ground, the primary arm and boom sections extend out into the loading area like an accordion. Grounder Hose Loading Arm (BT-44) are used when storage space is laterally available and no upper structure is available for support.

Available Up Feed and Horizontal Feed Loading configurations.

Bottom Loader

BL-50 bottom loading arms store primary in horizontal position to either side of the riser pipe depending on the piping layout and pre-existing obstructions. These arms rotate above and below horizontal to reach the connection point on the truck. They require less overhead space than the AF-54 but require more space adjacent to the arms for storage; either hose or pipe can be used in the drop section to reach the connection point.

Available in Right Hand or Left Hand, Up Feed or Down Feed and Horizontal Feed Loading configurations.

Counterweight Bottom Loader

CW-30 counterweight bottom loading arms store primary in horizontal position to either side of the riser pipe depending on the piping layout and pre-existing obstructions. These arms rotate above and below horizontal to reach the connection point on the truck. Arms are balanced with counterweights instead of springs. They use the slide scale balance method. They require less overhead space than the A frame style but require more space adjacent to the arms for storage; either hose or pipe can be used in the drop section to reach the connection point.

Available in Up Feed or Down Feed Loading configurations.

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