- Lockable equipment cabinet Equipment & ports are secure and spills are contained. Secure hose access enables fueling while cabinet is locked.
- Liftable cornet brackets Liftable by crane and easily stackable: 2 high full and 3 high empty.
- 110% Bunded Built-in, weather proof secondary containment eliminates the need for pans or basins.
- Four-way forklift pockets Quick and easy manoeuvring and mobility.
- Capacity: 250 litres
- Dimensions: 770 x 1,150 x 835 Millimetres
- Weight: 220 - 458 KG
Ideal for providing quick and easy access to on-site refuelling – this simplified tank is versatile and economic.
çIt’s the perfect auxiliary fuel source for short-term projects, keeping machinery and equipment running.
Featuring 4-way forklift pockets, plus lifting and stacking corner brackets, the Contract range is ideal for sites that don't require a lot of fuel. TransCubes can be easily relocated between sites – especially in hard-to-reach locations. They can be craned filled with fuel for rapid deployment, providing efficiency, extended run times and fewer site visits.
SHORT-TERM FUEL REQUIREMENT
Ideal for sites that require small amounts of fuel, TransCube Contract tanks offer refuelling versatility in a simplified, economic unit. This range is specifically designed for short-term projects, allowing quick and easy onsite refuelling.
STANDBY FUEL TANK
On sites that don't require constant tank movements, the TransCube Contract range can be used as a standby fuel tank - preventing machinery and equipment downtime. Refuel vehicles, machinery and any other equipment quickly and effortlessly.
Meeting multiple worldwide transport regulations, the TransCube Contract can transport fuel safely and efficiently anywhere you need it. By transporting fuel to site with a TransCube, you are ready to start upon arrival due to its rapid deployment. TransCubes can be easily relocated between sites, reaching even the most difficult locations.
GENERATORS & AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
TransCube Contract tanks can connect to one diesel powered piece of equipment and dispense fuel by pump at the same time. As an auxiliary fuel tank it provides longer engine running time, reducing number of site visits required for refuelling. Fuel can be dispensed by manual or electric pump, based on customer requirements.