Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; 6 Euro Rating; Diesel Fuel Type; 18,000 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; September 2015 65 plate MAN TGM 18.250 18T Hotbox fitted with an Econ 50/50 split body, reverse camera and hydraulic gas bottle lifters. 1 owner from new. Vehicle has been owned and maintained to a hi...
For Sale Price: EUR €66,509
4x2 Drive; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; 6 Euro Rating; Diesel Fuel Type; 18,000 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; January 2018 67 plate DAF FALF 45.210 12T Hotbox fitted with a Econ body, dual passenger seats, reverse camera, hydraulic gas bottle lifters, side scan system and rear tow bar with electrics....
For Sale Price: EUR €54,942
Day Cab; All Steel Wheels; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; 2010 (10) Volvo FL240 4x2 Hot Box Lorry c/w Reverse Camera Day cab, manual gearbox CHOICE 2 Reg: GF10XSE D.O.R: 01/07/2010 Chassis: YV2TN12A3AB560259 Mileage: 184,000km Test: 1 year test
For Sale Price: EUR €19,374
Day Cab; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; 4 Euro Rating; 7,499.7 kg Gross Vehicle Weight; BV57VRR DOR: 08/01/2008 2008 57 MAN TGL 8.150 7.5t Hot Box Euro 4 150hp Day Cab Double Passenger Seat 5 speed Manual Gearbox Roof Beacons 12ft 4” Body Sold with 12 Months Test Mileage: 299,278kms
5 Euro Rating; All Steel Wheels; Drive Side: Right Hand Drive; 2011 11 DAF LF 55.250 Euro 5, twin auger hot box, on board gas bottles, work lights, 6 speed manual gearbox, reverse camera, diff lock, cruise control, electric windows/mirrors, upright exhaust, 270 kms, 1 owner, £24950 + vat
Most tanker trucks include a cab and chassis equipped with a tank and all of the associated pumps and components.Read More
Most tanker trucks include a cab and chassis equipped with a tank and all of the associated pumps and components.
If you need to transport liquids from one place or another or just need a place to store those liquids, then tanker trucks are the vehicles you’re looking for. Some models include a standalone tank pulled by a truck, but generally a tanker truck is a cab and chassis equipped with a tank and all of the associated pumps and components. The key to choosing the right tanker truck is knowing that not all of them have equivalent features, and some of them are specially outfitted to support specific applications.
Some tanker trucks, for example, are built to transport specific liquids, such as water, milk, food, oil and fuel, or even tar. And within those categories there are differences, such as the difference between water tankers that are designed for transporting potable water and others made for firefighting purposes.
Many manufacturers offer tanker trucks, or cab and chassis trucks that can be configured into tankers. These include DAF, IVECO, Mercedes-Benz, Scania, and Volvo.