Refueling Trailer, Before You Make A Purchase

By: Richard Brown


Refueling Tank Trailers are a great choice to remote fueling needs. Here we are going to discuss the many uses that Refueling Tank Trailers can address.

The obvious first thought most people have is for Agricultural applications. That is a good one, but surprisingly is around number 7 on the top ten list of most common applications. Most Refueling Tank Trailers are used as ground support for Helicopter companies and small fixed wing operations. The reasons for this are pretty obvious.

Next is Marine applications. Whether a Marina or someone with a large boat tank, a Refueling Tank Trailer makes it much easier and can save a good bit of time and money at the same time.

The third place user is for Fleet services. Limo companies, taxi services, anyone with a number of vehicles to manage. They find that having fuel on site and dispensing fuel quantities "on demand", in other words, a quarter of a tank at a time or less as needed, conserves fuel because it reduces weight, saves pilfering from siphoning and gives a fleet incharge much better control over one of his biggest costs. Did you know that the most common gas theft occurs when a fleet driver has his wife or pal meet him at the gas station? They then add some fuel to their personal car, then fill in the fleet vehicle. This is a very common and causes financial loss.

4th and 5th place are very similar, so they will be mentioned in the same context. Construction and Landscaping. Even small construction and landscape companies can avail the advantages from a Refueling Tank Trailer. Small firms like these report that they spend a combined average of 14 man hours a week at the gas station, some even more. Understand, you assign a team of seven guys, two or 3 vehicles to a task. The first thing they must do that morning is to stop by at the gas station. You are incurring the labor costs for 7 men to sit in a truck and waste time while 3 trucks wait their turns to fill up. You make the calculation. This compared to 1 unskilled man going round at the end of the day to go around and top up every vehicle and equipment that will be used the next day.

Sixth place, City Municipalities. Every city has a big requirement for Refueling Tank Trailers. Practically every city in the nation has stand by Emergency Generators. Based on how far off they are and the fuel type and source, they must make sure that these GenSets full of fuel. In the event of a disaster, a stand by fuel source could make all the difference. Loss of services can easily occur for several days.

Agricultural applications come in for seventh place. The reasons agriculturists require a Refueling Tank Trailer are obvious. One thing that is not so obvious is the design needs of the normal farmer. Farmers require a system that can be easily managed and taken into small sometimes far off places. For instance, if you need to tow a Refueling Tank Trailer into a furrowed field you will appreciate the importance of an index able torsion suspension. A suspension that allows you to raise or lower the ground clearance as required. Also, when you try to make a turn you will realize the importance of a single axle suspension. Tandem axle setups are difficult to turn in a confined area and will do some serious rutting to a furrowed field.

Rounding out the top ten is, Institutions like educational setups, organizations, hospitals. Indian Tribes, Military, FBI, ATF, Coast Guard, Survivalists, even home owners. There are many many needs and applications for a Refueling Tank Trailer. They will most certainly pay for themselves in time and convenience. Not to mention the advantage of having 390 gallons of fuel on hand when you face any problem.

Intelligent people do their damage control in advance. Be ready.

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