Exceeding standards for increased durability and lifting performance.Lift Capacity: 65,000 lbs. at 100 ft.-lbs. input torque Ultimate Load Capacity: 170,000 lbs. Side-Load Capacity: 34,000 lbs. Gear Ratios vs. Turns Per Inch: Low Gear = 38.6, High Gear = 4.5
Look to the HOLLAND ATLAS 65 landing gear for increased lifting and load carrying performance. Proven engineering technology coupled with quality and durability provide increased lifting capacity to the Atlas 65 Series. Built to meet the demands of trailer applications requiring increased side load
and lift capacity, the ATLAS 65 Series is built to carry the HOLLAND name and tradition of exception value. Rugged durability and easy operation, including:• patented Constant Mesh gearbox supplies smooth shifting and reliability• exclusive FloatingNut™ with Twin Bulkhead construction provides durability and toughness during side-load and dock walk stress. • exceeds all AAR M-931 and all TTMA RP-4 performance specifications• high-strength ductile iron gears• standard 5-year and optional 10-year performance guarantee available• reduced weight with increased structural integrity
The FloatingNut protects the elevating screw and threads from excessive side loading caused by dock-walk; damage which can cause poor cranking performance or binding. Unique twin-bulkheads, above and below the FloatingNut, further increase structural resistance to side-load forces when landing legs are fully extended.
The BLACK ARMOUR® metal protection process chemically bonds with metal to form a protective skin that is impervious to water and anti-icing chemicals. BLACK ARMOUR® is paint compatible without pre-sanding. If scratched, BLACK ARMOUR® inhibits the spread of creep corrosion.This eco-friendly metal treatment provides remarkable protection without the added weight and cost of galvanization.· Guards against environmental factors, e.g. moisture, stone chipping and salt· No rust penetration· Long-lasting and reliable retention of value
Eliminates high-to-low shifting problems common to traditional landing gear. Using a crankshaft with a roll pin, only the crankshaft moves to engage drive gears. No in-or-out movement of drive gears is required; keeping the gears constantly meshed. This design not only provides smooth shifting under loaded conditions, but also prevents slip cranking and difficult high-to-low shifting in cold weather.
An optional, patented, removable cushion foot that utilizes a heavy duty rubber cushion that absorbs 50% more shock than conventional footware. HOLLAND is now offering an optional, patented removable cushion foot which utilizes a heavy duty rubber cushion that absorbs 50% more shock than conventional footware. The shock from the entire load is transferred in compression from steel-to-rubber-to-steel. There are no parts to buckle or deform, and the 10 degree articulation provided allows easy landing gear travel, even on eneven terrain. That means reduced wear and damage to the cargo, trailer, and landing gear.
NoLube landing gear provide a sealed system, resulting in maximum component lubrication with no need for additional grease for 10 years.HOLLAND NoLube, low maintenance technology is now available on all landing gear models. While the NoLube technology does not completely eliminate preventative maintenance, it provides a sealed system resulting in maximum component lubrication with no need for additional grease for 10 years. That saves grease and eliminates expensive, time-consuming maintenance delays.
Optional crank hangers are available for your landing gear.
Hand cranks are available for your landing gear.
For increased durability in all situations, we offer a heavy duty version of our sand shoe.
We have optional shafts and braces for all situations.
SAF-HOLLAND brings the latest in corrosion protection technology to their products with BLACK ARMOUR metal treatment - the ultimate in defense against rust and corrosion. (Released 2011)
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The FloatingNut protects the elevating screw and threads from excessive side loading caused by dock-walk.