Support trucks, trailers and vacuum trucks for the gas, oil and mining industry ensure you meet production demands on all your jobs. Here are some vehicles and trailers to consider when you need to relocate machinery and move material.
The SR5T/6T series bumper crane from Sto-Away Power Cranes can lift 2,000 pounds of payload. It is equipped with a boom extension that can lift 500 pounds of payload, has a 10-foot ground clearance and reaches out to 6 1/2 feet. Folding the crane away into the bumper makes it suitable for mining applications. A nitrogen cylinder assist offers safe and predictable storing, and saves workers from back injuries. The crane bolts to most 77- to 102-inch standard bumpers. 800/622-9797; www.stoaway.com.
The GR-1600XL-2 rough terrain crane from Tadano America Corporation boasts a 160-ton capacity, and features a 200-foot, six-section rounded boom, providing a maximum 201-foot lifting height, and 185-foot load radius, powered by a single telescopic cylinder. Extra reach is provided by a two-stage, bifold lattice tilt-type jib, which extends tip height to 257 feet and a load radius to 200 feet. It utilizes a compact three-axle carrier that is maneuverable to navigate confined job sites. It has a 6x4x6 drive, plus four steering modes, and a turning radius of 32 feet 6 inches, with six-wheel steer. For ease of transport, the self-removable counterweight and outriggers require no assist crane. In addition, the cab tilt system design improves operator visibility for high-reaching operations. 281/869-0030; www.tadanoamerica.com.
Oilfield Tuff Flare Trailers from TWI Oilfield Fabrication are hydraulic-raised for safe, one-man operation. They are available in 20-, 30-, 40-, or 60-foot stacks with 4- or 6-inch center pipes and a 3-inch centerplate cutout for secondary line. A solar panel ignition system ensures consistent lighting. The trailers are rated for use at 90 mph wind loads. The high-clearance, tandem-axle trailers include oilfield-ready leaf spring suspensions, and are available in gooseneck or bumper pull. A super-duty deck is built from 6-inch channel with 3-inch bracing every 16 inches, and overlaid 1/8-inch DMD plate decking. Other features include electric brakes on both axles, 11 points of ground contact for stability, a large, rugged toolbox, and built-in nameplates with company name, logo and phone number. 970/440-3084; www.twi-fab.com.
Vacuum Trucks and Trailers
Septic/grease vacuum truck
The 4,000-gallon aluminum Matador septic/grease vacuum truck from Amthor International includes a tank with 5/16-inch-thick side shell and floor, full head baffles and no external rings. It is available with a dump tank with or without full-opening rear doors, as well as with off-road construction options. Various pump models and chassis are available. 800/328-6633; www.amthorinternational.com.
Vacuum containers from E-Pak Manufacturing come standard in 20- and 25-yard sizes, with custom sizes available. A 1/4-inch steel body construction ensures durability in rough environments, while heavy-duty structural tubing on body straps, bulkhead and the tailgate provides reinforcement in critical areas of the container. The design minimizes welds under water level, which minimizes exposure to seam failure. Grade 70 chain and a heavy-duty sliding hinge secure the eight-point latch system on the easy-swing tailgate. Each container is fully inspected, water tested and designed to operate at-1 atmosphere (-14.7 psi). 800/235-1632; www.epakmanufacturing.com.
The carbon steel, non-code 130-bbl vacuum trailer from Fortitude Manufacturing transports nonhazardous liquid waste, sludge, oil drilling and industrial water. It incorporates quality welds, upgraded technology and the safety feature of the Roll Stability Support system. To withstand pitting corrosion from brines, interiors are blasted and lined with chemical-resistant epoxy liner, 10- to 15-mil dry-film thickness and exterior surface finished with epoxy primer and polyurethane topcoat. Other features include an air-ride or spring suspension, full-length driver-side walkway with safety handrail, a wedge sump designed for total discharge and washout, ABS on both axles and trailer radial cut and chip tires. 713/413-4240; www.fortitudemfg.com.
Industrial vacuum truck
The 122SD vacuum truck from Freightliner Trucks, A Division of Daimler Trucks, features engine choices up to 600 hp and 2,050 foot-pounds of torque. GVW is rated up to 160,000 pounds. Clear back-of-cab chassis options make it easy to configure for any application. It is easy to maintain and features an innovative electrical system and a wheel cut up to 50 degrees. The exterior includes a new skid plate option, as well as bumper and radiator guards to limit damage. Options include work lights, dual hood latches and pre-cleaners built into the hood air plenum. 503/745-8000; www.freightlinertrucks.com/worksmart.
Rugged vacuum truck
The VAC-3000 Series from Imperial Industries features DOT 407/412 industrial waste tanks, with 3,200- and 3,600-gallon capacities to be mounted to the chassis of your choosing. It features a hydraulic-controlled vacuum pump and three-stage hoist with a full-opening rear door, 4-inch intake, 6-inch discharge, DOT-grated step-bumper and many additional features. 800/558-2945; www.imperialind.com.
Pneumatic vacuum trailer
The AeroMAC pneumatic vacuum trailer from MAC Trailer features high-level aerodynamics for improved fuel mileage and enhanced structural integrity. The design uses high-quality materials, construction and components for the valves, manholes, gaskets, aeration, seals and running gear. It has several operational safety features, and offers maximum payload and an aggressive tare weight. 800/795-8454; www.mactrailer.com.
Vacuum transport trailer
The 130-bbl vacuum trailer from PCI Manufacturing features three-point suspension, dual-entry walkways and 1/4-inch ASTM A36, sub-arced steel barrel and customization options. Each barrel is fully gusseted and padded to withstand the rigors of both on- and off-road work. It allows easy, three-point access from the ground to the upper walkway. The wedge sump offers room for 4- and 6-inch loading lines. It is built according to a rigorous standard, fully inspected and tested to 25 psi to ensure that every weld and brake light meets or exceeds DOT and OSHA standards. 800/256-5633; www.pcimfgllc.com.
All-weather vacuum truck
The ArcticVac vacuum truck from Progress Vactruck for all-weather operation features an enclosed, insulated and heated water house with 1,000 gallons of freshwater, 750,000 Btu Hotsy boiler and 10 gpm Cat 660 pressure pump. Operation at -40 degrees F is an option with the unit that features a Robuschi 65 Series 900 cfm blower, DOT 407 stainless steel tank with front hoist and full-opening rear door. 800/467-5600; www.progressvactruck.com.
Pneumatic dry bulk trailer
Pneumatic dry bulk trailers from Tremcar are available in 1,000- to 1,850-cubic-foot capacities for transporting cement lime and sand. They feature a smooth aluminum shell and heads, an aluminum ladder, 21-foot aluminum hose tube, LED lights and an INTRAAX suspension with raised center. 888/442-4888; www.tremcar.com.
Dump-chute vacuum truck
The Mastervac 5327 DC (dump-chute) vacuum truck from Cusco, Wastequip’s brand for mobile vacuum equipment, self-cleans the cyclone/baghouse filtration system when emptying product from the waste tank. This function eliminates the need to manually clean the filtration system, and gives customers the option to choose which method is better suited to their operation. It is capable of handling both wet and dry materials, making it suitable for anything from heavy sludge to fly ash, in hazardous and nonhazardous applications. It is equipped with air cannon pulsation cleaning system, pressurized air for off-loading and vibration off-load assistance. 800/490-3541; www.wastequip-cusco.com.
All-aluminum bottom dump trailer
The all-aluminum bottom dump trailer from Travis Body & Trailer is suited for heavy-duty use, hauling heavy commodities such as frac sand. Weighing less than 11,000 pounds, it is lighter than typical steel trailers, resulting in a payload increase of up to 10 percent. The non-rust aluminum never needs paint. 800/535-4372; www.travistrailers.com.
Aerial platform truck
The Socage A346 articulated aerial platform truck from Truck Utilities has a 42-foot working height, and a 24-foot-maximum side reach at a 22-foot working height. Features include a two-man 500-pound maximum capacity basket, a 55- by 27- by 43-inch basket, and a 180-degree power-rotating basket with hydraulic leveling. It has full-pressure upper and lower controls, remote engine stop/start, 12-volt emergency power at upper and lower controls, basket overload protection and 110-volt outlet at the basket. It has a set of rear outriggers, and a 9-foot steel E-coated body mounted on a 14,000-pound GVW 4x4 chassis with available payload of 3,500 pounds. 800/869-1075; www.truckutilities.com.
Jetter/pressure washer combo unit
The Performance line of trailer-mounted jetter/pressure washer combo units from Amazing Machinery features rugged, heavy-duty construction. They are designed for easy trailing, and the large water supply tank allows technicians to jet anywhere. A rear-mounted 12-volt electric jetter hose reel and SS rear stack mounted manual pressure washer and garden hose reels provide ample hose space. The units include 300 feet of jetter hose, two nozzles and a complete set of washdown accessories. The triplex ceramic plunger pump provides pressures up to 4,000 psi and flow rates up to 15 gpm. 800/504-7435; www.amazingmachinery.com.
Mid-range trailer jetter
The 58 Series trailer-mounted jetter from American Jetter includes user-friendly controls and Kohler power up to 40 hp. Available flow ranges from 7 to 20 gpm allow flushing from large pipes, and pressures to 5,000 psi allow root and scale removal. The powered reel holds up to 500 feet of 3/8- or 1/2-inch jetting hose. A portable jet reel holds up to 200 feet of 3/8-inch or smaller hose, and can be used indoors with included foot valve. Optional antifreeze and recirculation systems allow for use in cold climates, and an oversized toolbox offers ample tool or camera storage. Low oil and water shut-off prevent engine and pump damage. It has a 2,900-pound full-tank tow weight and a 1,300-pound empty weight, and standard 2-inch hitch. 866/944-3569; www.americanjetter.com.
The Typhoon trailer jet from General Pipe Cleaners delivers 12 gpm at 2,500 psi to clear grease, sediment and debris. It features a 200-gallon holding tank, and two hose reels – a jet hose reel with a 400-foot hose capacity featuring variable-speed electric rewind, and a water supply hose reel carrying 150 feet of hose – are mounted at the rear of the unit next to the pressure gauge and output valve. Engine controls, including an hour meter, are mounted within easy reach in the lockable toolbox with slide action doors just below the reels. It features electric brakes, safety strobe light, three safety cones with holder, rear fold-down stabilizer jacks, retractable hose guide arm and antifreeze system. A 24 hp Honda engine with electric start powers the durable triplex pump with Vibra-pulse. 800/245-6200; www.drainbrain.com.
The Van Pack water jetter from Harben allows operators to put a full-size jetter into an enclosed and heated van. Users can mount a 4,000 psi/18 gpm unit in a powder-coated, lightweight folded steel skid/frame measuring 75 by 53 by 61 inches. It has a dry weight of 1,600 pounds. The system comes standard with the company’s P Pump; a 108-gallon water tank (additional tanks available based on van payload); a 48 hp Kubota water-cooled diesel engine; 500-foot-capacity hydraulic hose reel; and a hinged, telescoping, manual garden hose reel. Options include a jump jet pulsation system, antifreeze system, MK II dump washdown gun, 1/4-inch mini-jet kit, strobe, manhole and workstation lights, and a range of nozzles. It will allow cleaning of 2- to 8-inch drains. 800/327-5387; www.harben.com.
Hot/cold water jetter
The Model HJTA853600 hot/cold jetter from Hot Jet USA can also be used as a high-powered power washer. The hot-water option is proven in heavy grease applications and in specialty applications such as pipe lining. The unit is rated at 8.5 gpm at 3,600 psi, and cleans 2- to 8-inch lines. 800/624-8186; www.hotjetusa.com.
Self-contained jetter trailer
The Kohler Lombardini Series 200-gallon electric start two-wheel trailer package from Water Cannon ships complete. Each model is self-contained, requiring no outside power source. Every package includes two 250-foot hose reels, a poly toolbox, 15-gallon fuel tank, battery, lights, jack with wheel, safety chains, 3,500-pound capacity axle, aluminum fenders and tires with external grease fittings. The pressure washers on the package come with a rugged powder-coated steel frame, Beckett burners, high-limit over-temp protection, safety pressure relief valve, trigger gun wand, chemical injector and nozzles. 800/333-9274; www.watercannon.com.
Combination vacuum truck
The Arctic ComboVac from CanAm Equipment Solutions features a 3,200-gallon DOT 407 waste tank with full-opening rear door and front hoist in either aluminum or stainless steel construction. Its Robuschi 65 series positive displacement blower provides 900 cfm of high vacuum for continuous operation. The fully contained water system includes 1,000 gallons of storage. A Cat pressure pump provides water delivery at up to 10 gpm and pressures to 3,000 psi. The Hotsy boiler package provides 700,000-plus Btu of heating power to provide hot water or steam. It is available in a variety of configurations for tropical to arctic climates and industrial liquid waste to heavy oilfield applications. 877/582-2626; www.canamequipment.com.
Vacuum excavation system
The 49 hp FX50 vacuum excavation system from Ditch Witch can be customized, with choices of trailer configurations and options such as hydraulic booms, water heaters and hydraulic valve exercisers. It comes with a choice of four spoils tank sizes (from 300- to 1,200-gallon capacity) and four water tank sizes (80 to 500 gallon). It can be configured with an optional reverse-flow feature that enables the operator to off-load fluid spoils quickly and easily. The hydraulic tank door opens fully, and also locks hydraulically. It can be used for horizontal directional-drilling support, removing road construction debris, and for soft excavation tasks such as posthole digging and potholing, or exposing utilities. 800/654-6481; www.ditchwitch.com.
The HV-55 HydroVax from GapVax is constructed of ASTM A572-Grade 50 steel, and features a 12 1/2-cubic-yard debris body and water tank options ranging from 400 to 1,400 gallons. It comes standard with a displacement vacuum pump rated at 5,250 cfm with 28 inches Hg. The filtration design includes five cyclones, which prolong the life of the filter bags and eliminate the threat of material entering the vacuum pump. The tailgate is fully opening with a field-adjustable hinge and dual cylinders, and also has four fail-safe, individually adjustable locks that assure a complete seal. Options include interior polymer coating throughout, cold-weather recirculation package, sludge pump, auger unloading system, body pressurization system, remote pendants and wireless remotes, washdown system and stainless steel body. 888/442-7829; www.gapvax.com.
Versatile vacuum loader
Built for cleanup and recovery of a wide range of materials, including solids, dry bulk powders, liquids, slurries, and thick, heavy sludge, the Guzzler NX industrial vacuum loader from Guzzler Manufacturing provides total operator control over working speed. Its Robuschi blower delivers 5,435 cfm, with vacuum capabilities up to 28 inches Hg. The larger, injection-cooled blower allows the operator to load more material at a lower engine rpm, conserving fuel and reducing noise levels (rated at 88.9 dB per SAE Test J1372), eliminating the need for a sound shroud. The cyclone and baghouses are configured together to maximize efficiency and reduce overall truck weight without sacrificing loading capacity. An increased filter area, combined with offline cleaning, extends bag life while forcing carry-over back to the debris tank. 800/627-3171; www.guzzler.com.
Combination jet/vac truck
The Aquatech F-10 from Hi-Vac features a front-mounted reel designed by Aquatech. The 180-degree rotating front-mounted reel facilitates easy unit placement. Reel capacity is designed and engineered for up to 800 feet of 1-inch hose. The top-loading boom powers up and down and extends to 26 feet from the pivot point. The single-engine drive decreases fuel consumption, maintenance expense, weight on the chassis and the initial chassis price. The water pump consists of a continuous flow, triplex reciprocating design and is rated up to 80 gpm at 2,000 psi. An optional unloader valve allows for complete control of water flow and pressure independent of the vacuum power. Tanks are constructed of high-strength, UV stabilized polyethylene, with optional fixed internal baffled aluminum tanks. 800/752-2400; www.aquatechinc.com.
Industrial vacuum loader
The King Vac from Keith Huber combines high cubic feet per minute and a deep vacuum. It is ideal for hydroexcavation, hazmat response, jetting and general industrial cleaning. It features a 3,000-gallon carbon steel tank with 5/16-inch shell, a 20-inch top manway, hydraulically operated full-opening rear door, hydraulic tank lift, power via a transfer case, a 3,700 cfm liquid-ring vacuum pump, belt driven operation, a 6-inch discharge and intake valve with internal standpipe, rear work lights and LED running lights and a backup alarm and grounding reel. Options include ASME/DOT 412 certification, high-pressure jetting systems with integral water compartment, a locking rear door, stainless steel tank and wetted stainless parts, an auxiliary transfer pump and a top-mounted hydraulically operated 6-inch boom. 800/334-8237; www.keithhuber.com.
Industrial combo unit
The 3300 Combo Unit from Ledwell is constructed of carbon or stainless steel, and features ASME/DOT 412 certification, a full-opening hydraulically operated rear door, a 20-inch top manway with ladder and platform, a three-stage hydraulically operated front tank hoist, a 6-inch air-operated rear discharge, a 4-inch rear-mounted intake valve, bolt-in interior baffles, a hydraulically operated liquid or air-cooled vacuum pump, a rear-mounted liquid level indicator, rear-mounted adjustable hose hooks and pressure off-load capability. Options include a hydraulically operated transfer pump, variable vacuum pump capability, multi-compartment capability, high-pressure washdown option, top-mounted hydraulic boom and tri-axle body design. 888/533-9355; www.ledwell.com.
The Polston PAT 949 combination truck effectively removes sand and grit in a variety of cleaning conditions. It provides a complete, stand-alone cleaning system for large-diameter lines, grit chambers, lift stations, ponds and other difficult-to-clean environments. It delivers up to 425 hp, enabling it to pump/separate sand and water at up to 2,500 gpm. It can remove sand and grit at depths of more than 27 feet, and can perform in surcharged conditions, allowing the facility to remain online. It features an extra-long hydraulic knuckle boom crane, with up to 49 feet of reach from the center and 180-degree rotation, to access hard-to-reach places. It operates using a closed-loop and non-odor-emitting design. 866/862-7271; www.polstonprocess.com.
Cold-weather combination unit
The Presvac Hydrovac is designed for cold-weather operation. It features low point drains, heated cabinets and a diesel-fired water burner (boiler 440,000, 700,000, or 980,000 Btu/hr). It uses stainless steel water tanks to prevent rust and corrosion of the water and piping system. The hydraulically driven triplex water pump system is designed to generate flows from 10 through 20+ gpm and pressures up to 5,800 psi. The high transfer case-driven airflow and high vacuum blower allows extraction of all types of soils, gravel, rock, clay, water and silt through loading or pneumatic conveyance. The material knockout features in the debris tank minimize carryover to the cyclone and blower filter. It has a heavy-duty 8-inch boom (up to 25 feet long) with six-way hydraulic power, and is operated using wireless controls for all boom functions, water pump (soft start), vacuum breaker and truck engine speed. 800/387-7763; www.presvac.com.
Industrial vacuum loader
The Supersucker HDX industrial vacuum loader from Super Products is equipped with a water system that includes a standard 600-gallon water tank setup and a hydraulically driven pump that delivers flow up to 14 gpm and pressure up to 3,000 psi. Its 8-foot articulating boom offers 330-degree rotation and 27-inch reach, and has the ability to pivot 45 degrees upward and 25 degrees downward. An 8-inch positive-displacement vacuum system provides airflow to 5,800 cfm and 28 inches of vacuum. Single-mode filtration enables the loading of both wet and dry material with no changeover required. The durable collector body is constructed of 1/4-inch steel and offers a payload capacity of 18 cubic yards. A heavy-duty, telescoping double-acting cylinder provides a 51-degree dump angle. An optional Acculevel load sensor system is available. 800/837-9711; www.superproductsllc.com.
The HV-145 from Transway Systems is an all-season hydroexcavator with a less than 85 dBA sound level. It features a 6,400 cfm and 27-inch Hg high vacuum blower with direct-drive transfer case. Water pressure is achieved by a hydraulically driven triplex pump, delivering 10 gpm at 6,000 psi. Water is supplied from a 1,200-gallon HDPE baffled water tank with 1/2-inch sides and 3/4-inch bottom floor. The 26-foot telescopic boom allows for operation in remote areas. To allow all-weather operation, water is heated by a 525,000 Btu diesel-fired burner. Components are enclosed in an insulated, heated, walk-in storage enclosure with diesel-fired heater, marine-grade plywood floor and all metal components powder coated prior to installation. 800/263-4508; www.transwaysystems.com.
Jet/vac combination truck
The blower vacuum pumping system and water pumping combination truck from Truck Works Inc. features a 3,600-gallon, two-compartment non-code steel vacuum tank with front hoist, rear-opening door and hydraulic vibrator. It is equipped with a NVE 4310 ProPak blower pump and 3,000 psi/10 gpm pressure washer. It has a detachable rear spray bar with a submersible 450 gpm hydraulic-driven pump and two-spray head system, which is all cab controlled. The apparatus has quick-coupling hydraulics and airlines for the spray bar that are interchangeable on the rear bumper. This is ideal to repurpose treated graywater for dust abatement. 602/233-3713; www.truckworksinc.com.
The X-Cavator from Vac-Con is available in configurations from 5- to 16-cubic-yard capacities, with hydrostatically driven three-stage centrifugal compressors. A variety of hydrostatically or mechanically driven positive-displacement blowers up to 28-inches Hg are also available. It can also be configured with dual positive-displacement blowers with airflow up to 7,000 cfm. Low-volume, high-pressure water systems with up to 4,000 psi are available with cross-linked polyethylene water storage tanks with up to 1,500 gallons of capacity. It is available with a Power Flex Boom that extends up to 28.5 feet from the machine and rotates up to 315 degrees. The boom articulates up to 110 degrees and will lift up to 34 feet into the air. Booms are available with up to a 10-foot extension, and 8- and 10-inch tube diameter. 904/284-4200; www.vac-con.com.
The Vacall AllExcavate hydroexcavation truck features a high-dump option that allows the operator to use a wireless remote control to raise the debris tank as much as 76 inches above ground level, and then shift the tank horizontally 21 inches beyond the rear bumper. That enables it to dump debris into roll-off containers, typically with an edge that’s 60 inches above ground level. It uses just one engine for mobility and to generate water flow at 10 to 25 gpm and pressures up to 3,000 psi. Used in combination with strong vacuum, it can loosen and remove dirt, rocks and other material from around utility lines and foundations. Standard and optional debris bodies and water tanks are available. The AllSmartFlow CANbus intelligent control system is standard, monitoring water usage and minimizing downtime for water tank refills. 800/382-8302; www.vacallindustries.com.
The HXX Hydro-Excavator from Vactor Manufacturing provides a safe, easy-to-use potholing, waterline repair, slot trenching, directional drilling, sign and pole installation, pipe and line installation and other large-volume excavation. It provides up to seven hours of continuous operation with onboard water. Features include a 12-cubic-yard debris body fabricated from corrosion- and abrasion-resistant steel; a 1,200-gallon high-density polyethylene (HDPE) water tank that retains heated water temperature, reducing the likelihood of freezing during operation in harsh winter weather; and a top-mounted, 7-foot hydraulic extendable boom that provides 320-degree rotation. Heated pump cabinets and a built-in boiler allow it to work on frozen ground in sub-zero temperatures. It is available in positive displacement and fan configurations. 800/627-3171; www.vactor.com.
Combination sewer cleaner
The All/Jet/Vac combination sewer cleaner from Vacuum Sales features a multi-stage vacuum filtration system that reduces machine maintenance. This, in turn, extends the performance and working life of the machine. Models are available in a wide range of power module packages. Positive displacement vacuum pumps range from 16 to 27 inches Hg. Vacuum power and jetting systems complement the cleaning power range from 50 to 100 gpm and pressures up to 3,000 psi. Options include front-mount hose reel, telescoping boom for vacuum performance where needed, non-rust aluminum water tanks, a rugged debris body, durable and operator efficient control panel and decant off-load for any size job. 800/547-7790; www.vacuumsalesinc.com.
Mobile decontamination trailer
Mobile decontamination trailers from Ameri-Can Engineering come in a standard range of sizes from 15 to 32 feet, but have been custom-built up to 48 feet for specific applications. Workers enter the dirty room at the back of the trailer and remove clothing and gear in the closed area, which maintains negative air pressure, changes the air seven times per hour and uses HEPA filtration. Workers then move to the central shower area, where water is collected and filtered before discharge. They then dress in the heated and air-conditioned clean room at the front of the trailer, which includes lockers, clothes hooks and seating. Water in the 1.5 gpm shower is heated with LP gas or electricity and maintains a constant 107 degrees F. 574/892-5151; www.ameri-can.com.
Emergency shower and eyewash trailer
The emergency shower and eyewash trailer from Comforts of Home Services features solar-power operation of all features, and meets all OSHA requirements. Normal 110-volt power can power the trailer or charge batteries, with the solar option allowing operation in remote locations without the need for generators. Additional features include independent 300-plus-gallon onboard tanks supplying water to each shower, white FRP panel walls, aluminum trim and a spray-in rubberized floor. 630/906-8002; www.cohsi.com.
The Dominator I mechanics truck from Iowa Mold Tooling Co. features a body designed with enhanced strength and stability for higher crane loads. It offers a rating of 52,000 ft-lbs, with multiple 9- and 11-foot configurations available. The body can utilize IMT hydraulic telescopic cranes up to the 7500 model, which offers a lifting capacity of 7,500 pounds and 30 feet of reach. The body also offers compatibility with the IMT electric telescopic crane lineup, which features lifting capacities up to 6,000 pounds and reach up to 22 feet. Features include a multiplex electrical system with programmable logic for increased reliability, and an enhanced 22-inch-deep workbench. Options include manual and hydraulic stabilizers, high-intensity LED light package, drawers and drawer sets, adjustable shelves, workbench vises and vise plates, incandescent work and compartment lights, a compartment pressurization system and IMT compressed air systems. 800/247-5958; www.imt.com.
Mechanic crane truck
Omaha Standard PAL Pro mechanic trucks from Palfinger USA are designed to accept up to 86,000-foot-pound cranes and 60 cfm capacity air compressors. Allowing for maximum utilization of compartment space and rear bumper access to the bed, the integrated substructure is designed with a hybrid torsion box that eliminates frame and side pack deflection, while steel plates incorporate outrigger housing to the torsional box and crane compartment. To prevent lateral shifting of the body on the chassis, they are equipped with steel plates, yet also provide support to crane loads and vehicle stabilization with shear plate body mounts. The workbench tail-shelf provides users with a work surface depth of 30 inches, with a 5/16-inch smooth steel top-plate, while interior drawer heights of 3, 5 and 7 inches allow for numerous configurations. A fixed or adjustable non-marring boom support can be added. 800/279-2201; www.palfinger.com.
The oilfield Supervisor Trailer from Rich Specialty Trailers features upgraded wheels and axles, a heavy-duty I-beam and frame structure for tough terrain. The exterior is built with high resin, dent-proof fiberglass over a fully insulated and studded wall. Oversized stabilizing jacks are available in manual, electric or hydraulic. All interior walls are made of dent-proof fiberglass and countertops available in water damage-proof solid surface or stainless steel. A rolled rubber floor is anti-slip and the cabinets are heavy raised panel hardwood. It offers the comforts of home when out on the job site; included is a large full-size bed, or optional bunk beds, and a full kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, microwave and an electric cooktop, to allow it to be self-contained. 260/593-2279; www.oilfieldtrailers.net.
Heavy-duty Service Truck body
The Wildcat Rancher service truck body from Rugby Manufacturing features a 3/16-inch steel tread plate floor, 12-gauge smooth steel rear apron, a reinforced hitch plate, and 12-gauge skirting below the body. It is available in 9-foot, 3-inch and 11-foot, 3-inch lengths, with a 96-inch outside width. The body comes standard with toolboxes incorporated into the body on each side, with an optional rear toolbox available. An optional set of 8-inch side sections, utilizing the outside stake pockets, is also available. 701/776-5722; www.rugbymfg.com.
65-ton modular trailer
The 2+3+2 65-ton HRG East Coast Trailer from Talbert Manufacturing includes a flip extension to accommodate a tandem-axle jeep dolly, and is designed with the ability to add a tag- or pin-on axle to the jeep to allow a 3+3+2 axle configuration. Featuring 60-inch axle spacing, as well as an airlift on axle three and a chain lift on axles one, two, four and five, the trailer is capable of running with three, four or five axles in a row without the booster. Available in a 28-foot deck length, it is rated for 65 tons in any 14-feet of deck length. It’s also adaptable to accommodate an additional 10-foot section of deck, varying in type from beam to drop side. Loaded deck height is 22 inches, and it features an 8-foot-by-6-inch deck width. It is engineered with T-1, 100,000 psi minimum yield steel construction. 800/348-5232; www.talbertmfg.com.
Service and lube trailer
The equipment service and lube trailer from Thunder Creek Equipment holds 440 gallons of fluid in combinations of 25-, 55- and 110-gallon capacities. It can be configured with up to eight pumping systems, which can be used for various oils and lubricants, oil reclaim, as well as antifreeze, diesel fuel and diesel exhaust fluid, and are protected by two hatch doors located on either side of the trailer. Pneumatic pumps are powered by a combination compressor/generator or an Air N Arc 3-in-1 welder/air compressor/generator located in the rear utility box. The front toolbox, located in the nose of the trailer, has a used filter drain pan and space for additional equipment needed to service equipment. Grease systems are also available. 866/535-7667; www.thundercreekequipment.com.