Titanís Truckmaster success continues with new TM900!
19th August 2007
Building upon the success of the incredibly popular 430 litre Titan Truckmaster launched to widespread acclaim earlier this year, storage tank specialist TankDepot.co.uk has now added a larger capacity 900 litre model, to its range of mobile diesel refuelling tanks.
Designed specifically for the on-site refuelling of commercial vehicles, plant and equipment, just like the TM430 Truckmaster, the new TM900 model allows users to unhitch their bowser trailers and leave their Jerry Cans at home. The TM900 simply straps on to the back of a truck or pick up, permitting users to carry the diesel they need to refuel on site. The result is swifter, safer on site refuelling, saving time, money and hassle, combined with an inherently useful 900 litre capacity... that’s enough to fill a 7.5 tonne truck eight times!
As you would expect from a manufacturer of Titan’s pedigree, the TM900 TruckMaster features ADR (international Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road) Approval, UN IBC Approval, and is suitable for the transportation of Diesel (D) fuel by road.
Integrally moulded baffles minimise fuel surge during transit, whilst UV stabilised thermoplastic construction ensures the product will not fade, crack or corrode.
Usefully, when fitted to a vehicle, the TM900 TruckMaster does not require ADR Driver Training; it is not necessary to fit Orange Hazard Plates; and a TREM (Road Transport Emergency Card) is not required. Just like the TM430, the TM900 features a high specification as standard including contents gauges, lockable lid, strapping points, electric pump, 4 metre fuel delivery hose and automatic dispensing nozzle.
The arrival of the TM900 usefully complements TankDepot.co.uk’s existing range of Single Skin Oil Tanks, Bunded Oil Tanks, Bunded Diesel Storage Tanks, Bunded BioDiesel Tanks, Waste Oil Tanks, Rainwater Recycling Equipment and Potable and Non Potable Water Storage Tanks... all available to order online. For more information visit TankDepot.co.uk at www.tankdepot.co.uk
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Article Last Updated 19th August 2007