Advance Engineered Products Launches Second Generation Wet/Dry Combination Units

[fusion_text]The Advance Engineered Products Group announced today that it has completed the manufacture of two Second Generation Wet/Dry Combination units (wet/dry combos) for delivery to a major North American carrier. The order was given in 2010 to replace the First Generation units which were placed in service in 1988 and 1990 and recently retired after many years of service.

“Eliminates empty miles and hauls up to 94% incremental payload over conventional one-way petroleum and pneumatic b-trains”

Features:

  • 53,000 litre liquid capacity over 4 compartments
  • 1,400 cubic feet of dry bulk capacity over 2 compartments which feed 3 hoppers
  • TC406 coded liquid compartments
  • Custom-built to meet your needs with various options available

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Typical Bulk Products Conventional Super B 406 Petroleum 63,500 Kg GVW Conventional Super B 2,200 Cu. Ft. Pneumatic 63,500 Kg GVW 2nd Generation Wet/Dry Combo 63,500 Kg GVW Combo vs. Conventional Payload Delta
Bio-diesel 48,970 L 47,950 L -2.1%
Cement 44,000 Kg 42,200 Kg -4.1%
Diesel #2 50,700 L 49,600 L -2.2%
Ethanol 54,280 L 50,350 L -7.2%
Limestone (crushed) 44,000 Kg 42,200 Kg -4.1%
SAE 30 Lube 47,900 L 46,990 L -1.9%
Salt 44,000 Kg 40,000 Kg -9.1%
Sand 44,000 Kg 42,200 Kg -4.1%
Total Payload Hauled on Two-Way Ringer 43.1 MT 44. MT 84.4 MT +

*including tractor, driver, and fuel as spec’d by AEPL @ 15°CTypical Payload Comparison Chart: *

For more information contact:

Doug Kee Jr.
Manager, National Accounts
dougkee@aepl.ca
306.721.5678

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