Crysteel Manufacturing redesigns medium-duty dump body

Crysteel Manufacturing redesigns dump body

Crysteel Mfg. unveiled the newly redesigned A-Tipper Aluminum dump body.

The Crysteel A-Tipper has been redesigned with minimum welds, innovative features and a modern aerodynamic design, said the company.

The Crysteel A-Tipper is designed for contractors and municipalities that need strength, durability and lightweight efficiency, according to Crysteel. The A-Tipper offers strength and added safety with a strong crossmemberless understructure with 8-in. longsills and an integrated, tapered cabshield. The new design results in a weight reduction of 200 lbs. per body. Lightweight aluminum also offers increased payload capacity, corrosion resistance and lower maintenance costs, according to the manufacturer.

The new Crysteel A-Tipper comes with Cyrsteel’s tailgate design. This design features independent tailgate latching, minimal welds and 3/8-in. stainless steel handle. The positive independent locking latches allow users to drop the tailgate, spread-through or simply remove.

All Crysteel A-Tippers come standard with 3/16-in. aluminum construction, rigid sides with single panel reverse bend, tarp mounting provisions and integrated receivers, 6-in. board pockets, and LED lighting with one-piece wiring harness.

Crysteel offers a comprehensive, five-year warranty on all dump bodies and hoists.

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