International rolls off new truck

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WARRENVILLE, Ill. — International Truck and Engine Corporation today announced the launch of the Integrated Roll-Off truck.

The International Integrated Roll-Off features a pre-engineered chassis that is ready to accept the roll-off hoist system. The pre-punched frame is engineered to accept the body so customers can buy the complete truck and hoist from a single source.

For customers in waste transport services, this approach ensures a better fit between the truck chassis and roll-off equipment, which will substantially simplify maintenance, reduce down time and increase efficiency, promises company literature.

The new International Integrated Roll-Off truck is available in the International 7000 Series severe service truck.

International Integrated Roll-Off trucks are built with industry-leading International diesel engines, designed to meet the demanding driving conditions of waste transport, and are also available with Cummins or Caterpillar engines. The standard cab air suspension protects drivers from shock and vibration, while dual steering gears are standard with axles of 16,000-lbs or greater.

The true on/off-highway frame system delivers strength-to-weight ratio, and durability while resisting corrosion.
All Integrated Roll-Off trucks will come with G&H hoists, which offer a 10-inch roll-off frame, 50-degree dump angle, cycle times as low as 22 seconds for hoist up and 12 seconds for hoist down. Up to 75,000-lb capacity, 22-foot or 24-foot rails to accommodate different container sizes, and 13,200-lb capacity lift axles are available from International to meet legal load requirements for different states. G&H is an ISO-9000 certified manufacturing facility.

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