Keeping ULSD low

Harris, Bill
July 2006
Trailer / Body Builders;Jul2006, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p75
Trade Publication
The article discusses the testing efforts of Heil Trailer International to determine the efficiency of its tank trucks. A trial test was conducted on a 9,200-gallon five-compartment trailer. A quick unloading procedure was simulated and left with retained volume of fluid. The smallest compartment with heel volume of 37.76% of fluid was reloaded with 1, 270 gallons of ultra-low sulfur diesel ultra low.


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