Understanding J&J Dump Body Types | SE, UL & MH, What Does It All Mean?
To anyone not familiar with heavy equipment, one dump truck seems pretty much like another one. But professionals who actually use these vehicles on jobsites know there’s a lot more to. There are different types of dump truck bodies, each designed to serve a specific purpose. J&J dump bodies offer sophisticated choices that allow contractors to spec the best fit for their type of projects. That boosts both productivity and profitability.
J&J dump bodies are designated SE, UL and MH. Let’s take a look at what that really means in terms of capabilities and best-fit applications.
SE stands for Semi-Elliptical
J&J Body Armor provides abrasion- and impact-resistance and ensures long-term durability for this steel dump body. The SE is built to haul high-volume loads, day in and day out, so it’s a top choice for hauling big rock or other aggregate payloads.
UL stands for Ultra-Light
The DynaHauler LightWeight Crossmemberless option – the UL, for short — is the most versatile among J&J dump bodies. It’s your choice when hauling needs vary from one job to another – asphalt, rock, gravel or other types of aggregate. Constructed of steel, the UL competes with aluminum in terms of weight. That makes it a cost-saving alternative to traditional side post dump bodies while ensuring the tougher abrasion- and impact-resistance only steel provides.
MH stands for Material Hauler
Do your projects call for hauling materials such as asphalt, sand, gravel or coal? The DynaHauler Material Handler provides plenty of hauling power and performance, in an economical package that does not skimp on ruggedness or reliability. You can choose aluminum, steel or stainless dump body construction. The aluminum model is lightweight and corrosion-resistant – it’s the top-seller among J&J dump bodies.
No matter which of the J&J dump bodies you choose – SE, UL or MH — you can be confident you’re getting the highest quality materials and workmanship from an ISO-certified manufacturer.