J&J mounted its first stainless steel tanker on a 7-axle chassis that is designed to meet bridge laws Ohio.
J&J Truck Bodies & Trailers, a manufacturer of dump bodies, trailers, and oil and gas equipment, announced the completion of a new stainless steel pressure vacuum tank (PVT). The 130 BBL tank (5,460 gal. capacity) was mounted on a Peterbilt chassis and will be used by an energy company to transport fresh water, treated water, and/or production water for the oil and gas industry.
"The stainless steel configuration allows customers to choose an alloy that is corrosion resistant, stronger and one that provides a longer lasting alternative," said Jason Cornell, sales manager at J&J Truck Bodies & Trailers.
J&J tankers can be built in various configurations with capacities ranging from 80 to135 BBL (3,360 to 6,000 gal.) and are outfitted with one-piece aluminum hose trays, anti-surge interior baffles, top and rear manways, and plug and play vacuum pumps. Some popular options include J&J Armor Coat along the full length of the tank, tool boxes and onboard scales.
For more information, call 814/444-3452 or visit www.jjbodies.com.
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