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36-Gallon Hydraulic Bulkhead Reservoir Available From Buyers Products

The new reservoir is ideal for use on mechanic’s trucks with hydraulic cranes and compressors.

Mon April 06, 2015 - National Edition
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Buyers 36-gal. (136 L)  hydraulic bulkhead reservoir.
Buyers 36-gal. (136 L) hydraulic bulkhead reservoir.

Buyers Products has added a 36-gal. (136 L), hydraulic, bulkhead reservoir to its line of hydraulic truck equipment. The new reservoir is ideal for use on mechanic’s trucks with hydraulic cranes and compressors.

Buyers’ new reservoir is constructed of 12-gauge, black powder-coated steel with 36-gal. gross capacity and 30-gal. (113.5 L) usable capacity. It features two 2-in. (5 cm) NPTF suction ports, one on either side, allowing for optional plumbing. It also features internal baffles, a 100-micron stainless steel strainer, nylon filler breather cap with internal shield and strainer, along with a 10- or 25-micron in-tank return line filter.

The reservoir has a standard 1-in. (2.5 cm), built-in sight gauge with ports for Buyers’ optional LDR02 sight-temperature gauge. It comes with two, through-tank, bulkhead mounting tubes and a chain-lifting loop.

“Buyers is proud to offer a vast line of hydraulic truck equipment, including this new 36-gallon reservoir, that incorporates the functions our customers want,” said Dave Zelis, director of sales and marketing at Buyers Products.

For more information, call 800/841-8003 or visit www.buyersproducts.com.




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