Figure 8-12.Trailer-mounted machinery.
concern as long as the bed of the trailer aligns with the
general lay of the existing surface conditions. Using
figure 8-14 as a guide when placing the machinery,
you should consider factors such as the following:
Figure 8-13.Rear of K-span trailer.
Preplanning of the site layout is important to avoid
setup problems. Uneven or sloped ground is not a
Maneuvering room for the towing of the
trailer, or leave it attached to the vehicle (as
shown at A).
The length of the unit is 27 feet 8 inches long
by 7 feet 4 inches wide (B).
Allow enough room for run-out stands to
hold straight panels. Stands have a net length
of 9 feet 6 inches each(C).
Find point X: From the center of the curve,
measure the distance equal to the radius in
line with the front of the curved frame. From
point X, scribe an arc equal to the radius.
This arc will define the path of the curved
panel. Add 10 feet for run-out stands and
Storage area required to store the coil stock
and access for equipment to load onto the