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2017 EXOSENT DISC BRAKES / LIFT AXLE / Gas | Fuel Tank Trailer


EXOSENT DISC BRAKES / LIFT AXLE /

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  • EXO 12000 LPG

Lakeshore Equipment

219-292-7967

  • 2250 E 15th Ave

    Gary, IN 46402
    USA


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  • General Specs

    EXO 12000 LPG

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    Gary, IN USA

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    Additional Specs

    42

    New


    Detailed Description

    Model: DISC BRAKES / LIFT AXLE / TIRE INFLATION SYSTEM, EXOSENT TRAILERS ARE EQUIPPED WITH THE FOLLOWING STANDARD FEATURES: HEAVY DUTY DOT PULL BUMPER DOT HEAVY DUTY REINFORCED PIPE PROTECTION CAGE 25,000 LBS AIR RIDE MERITOR AXLES, WITH DISC BRAKES ROLL STABILITY ABS HYDRAULIC MOTOR COUPLED WITH 4 BLACKMERE PUMP. FULL PORT BALL VALVES ALL PIPING HAVE CURB & STREET SIDE PLUMBING ON BOARD TIRE INFLATION SYSTEM FRONT LIFT AXLE CREATING THE LOW CENTER OF GRAVITY TANK RESULTED WITH A COMPLEX VESSEL GEOMETRY, WHICH LED TO MORE FLUID RESIDING ON THE BACK PORTION OF THE VESSEL, OVERLOADING THE TRAILER AXLES. IN ORDER TO CORRECT THE WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION PROBLEM, THE BACK END OF THE VESSEL WAS TAPERED IN THUS SQUEEZING THE FLUID FORWARD SOME AND BALANCING THE LOAD. THE TAPERED REAR SECTION IS NATURALLY MORE AERODYNAMIC WHICH REDUCES THE DRAG COEFFICIENT (CDRAG), RESULTING WITH A LOWER DRAG FORCE ON THE VEHICLE. THE REDUCED DRAG FORCE MEANS THAT THE TRACTOR ENGINE USES LESS FUEL TO MOVE THE SAME LOAD. EARLY EVIDENCE FROM THE FIELD SUGGESTS (DESIGN PREDICT BUILD INNOVATE) THAT TRACTORS PULLING THIS TRAILER SAVE APPROXIMATELY 1 MPG LESS THAN THE TRADITIONAL VESSELS. ASSUMING A UNIT IS DRIVEN 100 MILES PER DAY, THE OPERATOR SAVES ABOUT 3 GALLONS PER DAY. AT 300 DAYS A YEAR, AT $2.50 PER GALLON, THE SAVINGS ARE ABOUT $2,000 PER YEAR. HOW MANY TRAILERS DO YOU CURRENTLY HAVE ON THE ROAD TODAY?, SUSPENSION: AIR RIDE, TIRES: 11R22.5, WHEELS: ALL ALUMINUM, LENGTH: 42, INSULATED: NO, COMPOSITION: STEEL, GALLONS: 12000, VAPOR RECOVERY: YES





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