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Thunder Creek Equipment Debuts 1,200-Gal. Bulk DEF Tank

The tank is a turnkey system designed for use in both retail and large fleet operations, including on-road trucking and off-road construction.

Wed October 14, 2015 - National Edition
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The Thunder Creek dispensing system pumps DEF at 10 gal. (37.8 L) per minute and features a digital DEF meter, 20-ft. (6 m) auto-retracting hose reel and weather-sealed nozzle enclosure.
The Thunder Creek dispensing system pumps DEF at 10 gal. (37.8 L) per minute and features a digital DEF meter, 20-ft. (6 m) auto-retracting hose reel and weather-sealed nozzle enclosure.

Thunder Creek Equipment introduced its 1,200-gal. (4,542 L) bulk diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) tank, a turnkey system designed for use in both retail and large fleet operations, including on-road trucking and off-road construction.

This ISO-compliant (ISO 22241) closed system is available with either a polyethylene DEF tank or a stainless steel tank, and can be outfitted with either single- or dual-sided dispensing stations.

“As with our entire product line, the key to this product is fluid purity and operational flexibility,” said Luke Van Wyk, general manager, Thunder Creek Equipment. “We ensure ISO compliance through the life of the product, and the company offers a number of options and choices that let the buyer match it to their operation.”

The Thunder Creek dispensing system pumps DEF at 10 gal. (37.8 L) per minute and features a digital DEF meter, 20-ft. (6 m) auto-retracting hose reel and weather-sealed nozzle enclosure. An optional, thermostatically controlled cold weather package includes a six-sided/2 in. (5 cm) R19 insulation wrap, a tank temperature monitor, a Powerblanket heating system, heated dispensing cabinet and a heated piping bridge enclosure (available with the retail model).

For more information, call 866/535-7667 or visit ThunderCreek.com.




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