Prior to the production process the development of trailer takes place. Together with the customer,his needs and wishes are evaluated. Using this information combined with years of experience in building special trailers, a complete set of drawings of the trailer will be made. After approval of the customer-specific drawing, will production start production of the trailer.
The production process of BROSHUIS B.V. includes six stages, including the three stages of inspection and control. The first production stage is the welding stage. In the welding stage the trailer is completely hand built based on the drawings. All the parts are placed as indicated and fully welded
After the welding stage, a quality check will be carried out. The specialized inspector checks if the trailer meets the requirements of the customer and checks if all the parts are in the desired position as engineered. Then the inspector verifies if all the parts are properly ordered and welded according to the BROSHUIS quality standards. If this is the case, the approved trailer will go to the next stage.
The third stage of the production process is preservation. Thanks to the new 270 meter long paint shop BROSHUIS BV has acquired the best technologies in the area of conservation. This preservation street is able to simultaneously work on six trailers at the same time. The trailers are first blasted and than metalized. Then the trailer will receive its primer coat and its end-coating; the color that the customer required. Optionally is it possible to paint the trailer in more colors. Due to this latest investment BROSHUIS BV is able to give a long term guarantee on the preservation of the trailer.
After the trailer is painted, the trailer will go through a intensive inspection. The inspector will look at any spot, not only checks if paint is present but also verifies if the thickness of the paint is compliant with the requirements. If the quality inspector approves, the trailer will go to the next production stage.
After preservation, the trailer will go to the final assembly (Stage 5). During final assembly, the trailer is end fitted, get ready for use. All the electronics, hydraulics and pneumatics are fitted to the trailer. This is done using the drawings and wiring schemes. The trailer gets the desired wooden floor and the required tires are fitted. If the trailer leaves the final assembly hall, the trailer will go through a final check. (Stage 6) During this inspection, the trailer is tested for functionality, usability and quality. The check also includes a brake and lightning test and the trailer is extended several times.
Once approved by quality inspection, the trailer is inspected by the Dutch RDW or the German TÜV. They check if the dimensions and steering reactions are according to the road legislation. The trailer gets registration, so it can be taken into use.
The final inspection is carried out by the customer whilst delivering and explaining the use of the trailer.