Worth its salt: Ampliroll-equipped rig rolls with 1,750-gallon tank plus brine spraying system

The uses for Ampliroll Hooklift Systems continue to grow. The equipment lets contractors, municipalities and others purchase a single chassis, outfit it with a roll-on/off hydraulic hooklift system and furnish it with as many truck bodies as needed.

Roll on a dump body on Monday, switchover to a chipper box on Tuesday, change to a tanker body on Wednesday, and so on. One truck does the work of many; it never sits idly in the yard because its application is too specialized.

In addition to increasing vehicle utilization with Ampliroll Hooklift Systems, users can cut costs. With one chassis to buy, register and insure, your costs are cut in comparison to operating larger fleets of specialized rigs.Brine Truck

The concept is demonstrated on this single-axle chassis equipped with an Ampliroll Hooklift System. The roll-on/off body is a 1,750-gallon tank that feeds a brine applicator featuring a three-lane stainless-steel spray bar. Liquid de-icing could hardly be easier, or more efficient! And, when warmer weather arrives, the chassis can be readily re-purposed with truck bodies for other tasks.

From the comfort – and safety – of his cab, the truck driver manually controls brine applications with an open/close switch. Similar hooklift-and-truck-body combinations for de-icing are often automated with liquid-flow meters coupled with automatic ground-speed controllers. Brine flow can be assisted with hydraulic-driven pumps or gasoline engine-powered pumps.

For selection, savings and service, make Ampliroll your first choice in hydraulic hooklift systems.

Ampliroll Hooklift Systems are manufactured by Marrel – the inventor of the dual-pivot hook loader in 1969 and first again in bringing them to users across the U.S. in 1980. Today, Ampliroll is one of the nation’s leading providers of hooklift systems. Of course, we also offer high-quality pre-owned hooklift vehicles.