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Water trucks, also known as water tankers, are a type of tank trucks that are used for an assortment of tasks. From filling swimming pools to controlling dust, from watering trees to compacting soil, water trucks are used by municipalities, construction companies and others. Potable water trucks are made to provide drinkable water to people living in areas without access to clean water. Made with aluminum, steel or plastic, water trucks typically feature multiple compartments to help stabilize the load during transport. Construction Equipment Guide has listings for Used Water Trucks for sale from more than two dozen manufacturers, including Caterpillar, Freightliner, Volvo and OshKosh.


Water trucks, also known as water tankers, are a type of tank trucks that are used for an assortment of tasks. From filling swimming pools to controlling dust, from watering trees to compacting soil, water trucks are used by municipalities, construction companies and others. Potable water trucks are made to provide drinkable water to people living in areas without access to clean water. Made with aluminum, steel or plastic, water trucks typically feature multiple compartments to help stabilize the load during transport. Construction Equipment Guide has listings for Used Water Trucks for sale from more than two dozen manufacturers, including Caterpillar, Freightliner, Volvo and OshKosh.





Water Trucks News and New Products


Thu June 12, 2014

Philippi-Hagenbuch Features HiVol Water Tanks

Philippi-Hagenbuch’s (PHIL) line of HiVol water tanks deliver exceptional safety in a design that optimizes capacity and enhances travel safety. PHIL developed its HiVol water tanks with a safety focus, and they fit any make or model of off-highway truck....


Wed April 25, 2012

Iron Mountain Uses New Peterbilt Water Truck

Iron Mountain Specialized’s new 2012 Peterbilt water truck delivers 4,700 gal. of potable water to oil and gas well sites. Iron Mountain Specialized purchased it from Andrew Keller, salesman of Hunter Truck Sales in Smithfield, Pa., and financed the purchase through Doug Snee of Wells Fargo in Waynesburg, Pa....


Mon March 16, 2009

Concrete General Leads $47M Md. Project

A new interchange is making steady progress in Montgomery County, Md. The project involves MD 355 at Montrose/Randolph Road in Rockville. The $47.2 million Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) job is funded through a combination of federal and state monies....


Mon March 16, 2009

Western States Surpasses Its ’Dump Hunger’ Goal

Western States Equipment Company in partnership with local food banks in four states today concluded the “Dump Hunger” campaign. The campaign which began Dec. 22, 2008, gathered some 116,000 lbs....


Tue January 06, 2009

Western States to Launch “Dump Hunger” Campaign

With food banks across the region facing increased demand and a drop in donations, Western States Equipment Company Dec. 22 announced the launch of a “Dump Hunger” campaign in partnership with local food banks in each of its branch locations in Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon and Wyoming....


Mon November 10, 2008

Widened Road Juts Off Side of Mountain

A highway “hanging off a mountain” in far western Canada is being widened by an American contractor using some imaginative construction techniques. Omaha, Neb., company Peter Kiewit Sons, a subsidiary of Kiewit Corp., is the project’s design-builder and key member of a business consortium that undertook the $600 million highway job in partnership with the province of British Columbia....


Mon May 08, 2006

Scurry Sails Through Carolina Lakes Job

As a teenager, President Andrew Jackson fought the British in the woods around his home in what now is Lancaster County, SC.  Later, Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman and his troops burned their way through the area....


Wed July 13, 2005

New Jersey’s Jesco Adds 14 New Water Trucks to Rental Fleet

In an effort to provide for its customers’ needs, New Jersey equipment dealer Jesco is constantly upgrading its rental fleet to offer the most up-to-date equipment. Recently, Jesco added 14 water trucks to further expand on its rental fleet....


Mon January 05, 2004

Site Preparation Begins at New Spanish Fort High School

Site preparation for a $12.8 million high school is under way in Spanish Fort, AL, a city incorporated only 10 years ago. The school is to open in 2005. The Baldwin County Board of Education arranged for the funding, which comes from both public money and private donations....


Sat June 15, 2002

Klein Custom Builds Water Truck for Arlington, TX, Landfill Operation

Like many municipalities, the City of Arlington, TX, needed equipment to perform a wide variety of tasks at its landfill, but budget constraints limited the city’s options. After much consideration, city officials arrived at the idea of finding one piece of equipment to take on multiple tasks....