The NICOLAS MHD G II handles concentrated loads easily, here shown with a 420 ton nacelle
After unloading at Hanstholm harbor, the nacelle was securely fixed on the NICOLAS MHD G II with special load spreaders. To match the requirements of the load concerning weight and measures, a so-called 3-file combination was put together, consisting of several standard vehicles in longitudional coupling attached to one row of split "halves". This combination ensures an excellent tilting stability despite the high center of gravity of the load. In total, the transport combination had a height of 11,60 meters and a length of 71,0 meters on 252 wheels.
The NICOLAS MHD G II 3-file combination ensures a high tilting stability, despite the high center of gravity of the load.
The NICOLAS MHD G II is available as 2-,3-,4-,5- and 6-axle module. A self-propelled version of the MHD G II is also successfully in use as an automatically guided vehicle: The transport of nacelles during the production process without any operators once more underlines the multitude of technical possibilities the MHD G II offers.