Standard equipment on the 4,000-gal. tanker includes an insulated tank, insulated and heated cabinet, insulated and heated piping, and protected pumping equipment. It can self-load from a large DEF bulk tank located at a distributor’s facility, bulk plant or railcar.
Piping that allows the operator to bypass the hose reel is also standard equipment that enables rapid metered deliveries. The personnel ladder is now mounted on the rear of the unit for the greatest flexibility at the loading rack, Oilmen’s said, although driver-side and curb-side mounts are still options (chassis design permitting).
Additional improvements include better accessibility to components and vibration reduction materials that will prolong equipment life.
“Some of the new features we are offering originated as enhancement requests from our customers. Others were design improvements that we initiated in response to the trends we see in the way the product – DEF – is being handled throughout the supply chain. Our latest design incorporates several years of DEF delivery equipment experience and invaluable feedback from our customers in the field,” said John Faris III, marketing manager.