About the TT950
The compact design of the JFC TruckTanks allows the diesel to be transported on any truck, van or Ute. This means that the fuel tank does not take up all the space in the back, allowing more room for tools etc to also be carried. In addition the empty trucktanks can easily be stacked on top of one another which helps to reduce transportation costs.
Much like a pallet the unique design on the bottom of the TruckTanks allows for the tank to be lifted easily from any side. This makes movement fast and easy. The TruckTanks come equipped with 4 X D-Shackles which not only can be used for strapping the TruckTank down while travelling, but they are certified for lifting (when full) at these points by a crane. This is ideal for building sites or on marine docks where a forklift or truck cannot access.
Fuel can be delivered directly to the machine or vehicle at its place of use. This helps to avoid unnecessary downtime and lost opportunity cost.
The innovative design of the TruckTanks means that there is no need for a baffle to protect against the tank from tipping over while in transit. All the TruckTanks come fitted with a lockable lid, keeping the fuel safe, and secure from unauthorised access while also preventing any rain water from entering into the tank. This also prevents any spillage in the work area.
JFC truck tanks are ADR certified and combly AS/NZS 4766:2006 (BSi Cert No: BMP 697981) and AS/NZS 1940:2017 C18.104.22.168 (BSi Cert No: BMP 697982) for transport of fuels.
Why Choose the TT950
Safe Secure Lockable Lid.
Can be accessed by a fork or pallet truck at any side.
Comes complete with a 40l/min 12 v Pump, Electronic flow meter, A 3/4" 4m hose with an Automatic Nozzle.
The 4 X D-Shackles for strapping down the Truck Tank while in transit, can also be used for lifting a filled tank.
Telescopic struts to keep the lid open while you are using it.
All pumps come mounted on a bushened plate to protect the pump from wear and tear but also helps to reduce noise when in use.
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