Q: Loading diagram of a 53 foot trailer?

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48 foot trailer: 3000 cu. ft. or 30,000 lbs 53 foot trailer: 3400 cu. ft. or 34,000 lbs.

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Yes. One foot is 12 inches. 53 x 12 = 636.

Since 1 foot equals 12 inches. Divide 53 inches by 12.

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Depends on what you're loading.

The dimensions of a 53 foot trailer are a length of 6.3m, a height of 0.94m and a width of 1.02m.

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That's how long the trailer is. The Surface Transportation Assistance Act, which brought the 53-foot trailer into being, required that "53" be put on a 53-foot trailer so people would know it was longer than the then-standard 48-foot trailer, and it would need to swing wider in turns.

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About 40,000 pounds worth, which is enough to fill a 53-foot trailer to about three feet deep. It would be silly to use a 53-foot trailer for a load like that, so they'd use a short trailer.

48 foot trailer: 3000 cu. ft. or 30,000 lbs 53 foot trailer: 3400 cu. ft. or 34,000 lbs.

A 53-foot trailer holds 3816 cubic feet of air (8' wide by 9' high by 53' long). The floor space on an 8' x 53' trailer would be 424 sq. ft.

Trailer 53' - 110" high - 2 rows of 15 stacked 18 high for a total of 540 pallets

Assuming you're referring to a 53' semi trailer, 41,000 - 43,000 lbs. for an 80k combination is typical.

To find the height of the trailer, divide the total volume (1375 cubic feet) by the length (53 feet). Therefore, the height of a 53-foot trailer with a volume of 1375 cubic feet would be approximately 25.94 feet.