At Linings Inc., we’re here to build you the dump truck bed liners for your dump bodies and trailers. These liners serve many purposes for the customer, like working to act as a second line of defense between the bed itself and the material you’re hauling or helping the load you’re carrying to release easier when it comes to unloading.
Although our bed liners work to protect your actual dump bed from dents, cuts, scratches and other damages, you need proper dump truck bed liner maintenance to ensure your liner stays in proper condition to continue doing its job as intended.
There are a few areas to keep track of throughout your dump truck bed liners working life, including:
Liner Trapped Under the Leading Edge Protector: If you liner doesn’t have the room it needs to expand freely, it may begin to buckle and become trapped, not working properly.
Material Trapped Under the Liner: materials caught under the liner will begin to cause wear on both sides of the liner, leading to accelerated damage and holes.
Asphalt Emulsion Build-Up: Emulsion used for binding asphalt can accumulate on your liner, leading to a surface that doesn’t allow your load to release as easily as intended.
Liner Buckling: due to improper loading of hot materials, buckling can occur in the front or back. Proper loading techniques can solve this issue.
For more information on important dump truck bed liner maintenance, you can view our preventative maintenance sheet, covering many of the most frequent issues and areas to look out for when using a bed liner.
Whether you’re using a dump body, dump trailer, a roll-off, hopper trailer, bottom dump trailer, live-bottom trailer, gravel train, or transfer trailers, our dump bed liners can work for you.
For more information on dump truck bed liner maintenance, get in touch with us today; we’ll be happy to help.