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HiVol® Load Profiled® Specialty Bodies

  • PHIL Predictive Load™ Approach models the load to achieve acurate, real-world results instead of theoretical 2:1 heaps
  • Accurately identifies load center of gravity
  • Proper payload capacity without overloading or underloading truck
  • Proper load placement on truck chassis/tires
  • Provide a correct weight distribution based on OEM guidelines

PHIL patented HiVol Load Profiled Bodies are specifically engineered for the unique operating conditions of the specific mine / location they will be working within along with their unique requirements to maximize payload and productivity. Whether you're hauling overburden, ore, rock, oil sands or other materials of varying densities, PHIL HiVol Load Profiled Bodies are tailor engineered for full truck utiliization.

Due to the size of most PHIL HiVol Bodies, it is often necessary to install them at the end user's facility. Requirements for such installations are below. Two options for HiVol Body Installation are available:

  1. Field installation with Supervisory Assistance
  2. Self installation by customer

Field Erection/Installation Requirements:

  1. Mounting of body to truck chassis
  2. Install tailgate (if applicable)

Customer Responsibilities:

  1. Lifting equipment.
  2. Welding equipment available (if necessary).
  3. Miscellaneous accessory hardware as required.

PHIL Supervisory Assistance

PHIL will provide a working supervisor to assist in commissioning the PHIL HiVol Body for a nominal charge. This installation Supervisory Assistance is available with a minimum of sixteen (16) days notice, and is preferably ordered at the same time as the HiVol Body. Installation time may vary depending upon field conditions.

Approximate Installation Time:

The approximate time required to install a PHIL HiVol Body in the field would be as follows, depending on the number of options, the body size and upon the extend field conditions:

HiVol Body without tailgate: 10 – 20 man hours +/-

HiVol Body with tailgate: 45 – 60 man hours +/-

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