Portable Bathroom Transporter Trailers

If you’re looking for the absolute best in portable toilet transporters then you have come to the right place. Reliable Portable Bathrooms has partnered with McKee Technologies Inc. to offer to Arizona a variety of restroom trailer capable of hauling 1-24 restrooms at a time.

All about Portable Bathroom Transporter Trailers

Toilet transporter trailers, also known as portable toilet trailers or restroom trailers, are specialized trailers that are designed to transport and set up portable restrooms at construction sites, outdoor events, and other locations where permanent restrooms are not available. They typically have a large capacity for storing and transporting multiple portable restrooms and may also be equipped with features such as lighting and climate control to keep the units comfortable for users.

The trailers are usually built on a standard flatbed trailer frame and can be pulled by various vehicles such as pickups and flatbed trucks. They typically have the capacity to hold several portable toilets. They can be equipped with additional features such as ramps for easy loading and unloading, lockable storage compartments, and built-in water tanks and pumps for flushing the toilets.

They are also built to comply with local and national regulations regarding weight and dimension.

Installing a wind deflector on a portable toilet transporter trailer can provide several benefits:

  • Improved fuel efficiency: Wind deflectors can help to reduce wind resistance and drag on the trailer, which can improve fuel efficiency and help to save money on fuel costs.
  • Increased stability: Wind deflectors can help keep the trailer more stable while it is in motion, making it safer to tow.
  • Reduced noise: Wind deflectors can help reduce noise inside the cab of the vehicle towing the trailer, which can make for a more comfortable and quieter ride.
  • Protection for portable toilets: Wind deflectors can help to protect the portable toilets from wind damage while in transport. It can also prevent debris from entering the portable toilet unit.
  • Improved appearance: Wind deflectors can give a professional look to the transporter trailer and make it look more sleek and modern.

Installing wind deflectors on portable toilet transporter trailers can provide various benefits that can help make them more efficient, stable, and secure during transport.

It is important to note that the wind deflector must be installed by an experienced professional, and it should comply with local and national regulations regarding weight and dimension to avoid any issues during transport.

Differences between Galvanized and Painted Trailers
Galvanized trailers and painted frame trailers are both types of trailers used to transport portable restrooms, but there are some key differences between the two:

  • Durability: Galvanized trailers are coated with a layer of zinc that provides a protective barrier against corrosion and rust. This makes them more durable and resistant to wear and tear, and they generally have a longer lifespan than painted frame trailers.
  • Weather resistance: Galvanized trailers are also more resistant to weathering, including exposure to rain, snow, and other elements. This makes them well-suited for use in outdoor environments and for long-term storage.
  • Maintenance: Galvanized trailers typically require less maintenance than painted frame trailers, as the zinc coating can protect against rust and other forms of corrosion without needing to be repainted.
  • Cost: Galvanized trailers tend to be more expensive than painted frame trailers, as the process of galvanizing the steel is more complex and costly.
  • Appearance: Painted frame trailers have a more polished appearance than galvanized trailers because of the color coating. However, the color coating may fade and peel over time, requiring repainting, which is not necessary with galvanized trailers.

In summary, galvanized trailers are more durable, weather resistant, and require less maintenance than painted frame trailers. Galvanized trailers are also more expensive than painted frame trailers. Painted frame trailers may look better when new, but the color coating may fade and peel over time, requiring repainting. If a polished appearance is not essential, galvanized trailers are a good option due to their durability and low maintenance.