7×16 dump trailers are perfect for those who have big equipment or a lot of product to haul. There are a number of different price ranges and lots of options available.
On the lower end of the scale is the BWise Low Pro HD series, which is standard with 20″-high sides. That’s a continuation of the proven Bri-Mar brand, which was bought out by BWise. These LPHD trailers are sturdy and heavy duty, without extra bells and whistles. They’ve got 7k axles, for a payload of 9735 lbs. Standard features are a slide-in ramp, D-rings in the bed for tying down equipment, and under-bed storage. With a 12-gauge wall and a 10-gauge floor, backed by a two-year warranty, the LPHD series is a reliable choice for a lower budget.
Though the LPHD series may not come with all the extra features seen in some higher-end models, it’s a testament to thoughtful design that meets the essential needs of many in the construction industry. This commitment to providing robust and essential features at a more accessible price point demonstrates an understanding of the diverse needs within the market. It’s a reminder that quality and reliability don’t always have to come with a hefty price tag, and that thoughtful engineering can create valuable solutions that accommodate a wider range of budgets and requirements.
The 7×16 BWise DLP is a higher-end dump trailer. With a full 8″ tube frame, heavy-duty fenders, and a floor built from one solid piece of 10-gauge steel, they deserve their five-year warranty. They come in two weight ratings. Models with 7k axles can carry an 11,400 lb. payload, and trailers with 8k axles carry 12,740 lbs. That’s a lot of weight.
Besides, the DLP models have a ton of features. A 5-amp AC charger, underbed storage that will fit shovels, a spare-tire mount, ramps that slide under the bed, and a three-way tailgate. Three-way means that the tailgate will open like a barn door, spread like a dump truck, or lay down like a pickup truck tailgate. Standard sides are 22″ high.
The top-of-the-line in dump trailers is the BWise Ultimate Dump. Guys with big jobs love them. With fold-down high sides, and a tailgate-ramp combo, you can do just about anything in an Ultimate Dump. They’ve got all the advantages of pretty much any other trailer.
All these BWise 7×16 dump trailers have further options, like a spare-tire mount, tarp, and wireless remote, things that we can add for you in-house while the paperwork is done. No need to order them special.
The BWise 7×16 dump trailers are not just recognized for their extensive customization possibilities; they are celebrated for their quality and craftsmanship. Built to withstand the most demanding of construction tasks, they come with reinforced frames and heavy-duty flooring, ensuring durability and longevity. The fold-down high sides provide flexibility in carrying different types of loads, whether it’s large boulders, loose gravel, or heavy machinery.
The tailgate-ramp combo is another feature that construction workers appreciate, allowing for easy loading and unloading of equipment. This design detail not only enhances the efficiency of the work process but also increases safety, as the risk of accidental slips or falls is minimized.
But the appeal of BWise 7×16 dump trailers doesn’t stop at their functional attributes. The convenience of having additional options like a spare-tire mount, tarp, and wireless remote, all added in-house, adds to the overall user experience. It reflects a customer-centric approach, where the manufacturer considers the immediate needs of the user and offers timely solutions.
Last, but definitely not least, are 7×16 aluminum dump trailers. Our EBY aluminum dump trailers will weigh 1000 lbs. less than a steel trailer, but will equal steel in durability. Why not get more hauling capacity for the same GVWR? EBY’s 80 years of experience proves that they can build a solid trailer. Their trailers are built with custom extrusions, which means that they have the right amount of strength everywhere, yet with no excess weight.
Not convinced about aluminum? Read our article on aluminum dump trailers. Aluminum doesn’t mean light duty.
The 7×16 EBY dump trailers have 0.270″ thick flooring with 3″ supports every foot. Sides are built with stacked box tubing, which allows the 24″ standard sides to be increased up to 48″ in 6″ increments. Most of the structure is huck-bolted together rather than welded, so that the box and frame can absorb more stress when driving or dumping. That minimizes cracking, which can happen along aluminum weld lines.
We order our EBY inventory with the options of a tarp, wireless remote, two-way combo gate, ramps, D-rings in the bed, and rear stabilizer jacks, so that you don’t need to wait if you want a trailer with all the bells and whistles. However, we can order standard models too.
What style of trailer you choose really depends on your needs and your budget. We’ve got hundreds of dump trailers in stock, so whatever your needs and price range might be, we can help you out!
A 7×16 dump trailer offers substantial capacity and convenience to any construction site. With its substantial size, it is capable of hauling large loads of materials such as soil, gravel, sand, and debris, all of which are common at construction sites. Its dump function enables swift and efficient unloading, saving valuable time that would otherwise be spent manually handling the materials. This efficiency can help in keeping the project on schedule.
In addition to its robust hauling and dumping capabilities, a 7×16 dump trailer provides flexibility in terms of maneuverability. Its relatively compact dimensions make it well-suited for navigating through confined spaces within the construction site. This is particularly useful in urban areas or locations with limited access. Furthermore, such trailers often come with features like hydraulic systems and strong axles, enabling them to handle heavy loads with stability and control.
Environmental sustainability is another aspect where a 7×16 dump trailer shines. By efficiently hauling large quantities of materials, it minimizes the number of trips needed, thereby reducing fuel consumption and emissions. This plays a key role in reducing the overall carbon footprint of a construction project. Along with environmental benefits, the reduced travel means less wear and tear on the vehicle, leading to lower maintenance costs and an overall reduction in operational expenses.