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Oilmen’s hauling proprietary DEF tankers

It is capable of delivering DEF at flow rates of 80 GPM. In addition to the DEF system, there are systems for two families of bulk lubricants.

The Trucker News Services

5/30/2012

SPARTANBURG, S.C.PARTANBURG, S.C. If you saw this Oilmen's Truck Tank on the road, it would be difficult to determine what makes it so special. The difference lies within. At first glance, you will see what looks like a standard multi-compartment aluminum tank mounted on a 2012 Freightliner M2 chassis, designed for hauling bulk lubricants.

However, the first compartment is lined with a proprietary epoxy lining that has been tested and approved for use with DEF and meets the ISO standards. As the product leaves this compartment, it passes through all ISO 22241-3 compatible components on its way to a tote, bulk tank, or another vehicle.

This third system — dedicated entirely to the DEF compartment — consists of a Weights & Measures meter, pumping system, hose reel, and 100 feet of DEF hose. It is capable of delivering DEF at flow rates of 80 GPM. In addition to the DEF system, there are systems for two families of bulk lubricants.

The tank has a total payload Oilmen’s has been testing the lining at their facility for over a year. After monitoring the condition of the lining and having observed no degradation in its quality, Oilmen’s is now offering the lining as an option only on new aluminum tanks.

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Craft Oil has invested heavily in the distribution of DEF. As one of the earliest distributors of DEF, Craft joined the DeliveryONE network to deliver the AIR 1 brand of diesel exhaust fluid. Craft Oil has recently expanded their fleet with multiple vehicles capable of carrying and delivering DEF, including a 6,200 gallon DEF trailer and two DEF delivery van units mounted on Hino chassis – all provided by Oilmen’s Truck Tanks.

Craft Oil Corporation has been servicing business and industry – starting its lubricant business in 1925 and expanding over the years to include many oil and equipment-related products and services. Craft Oil is an authorized distributor for the finest brands in the business, including ExxonMobil, Shell Oil, Service Pro, Cam 2, Air 1 DEF and Clean Burn to name a few.

The company is strategically located with three locations to service Central, Eastern and Northeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Eastern Maryland, and the Southern Tier of New York State.

Craft Oil has more than 850,000 gallons of bulk motor oil storage and DEF approved storage tanks. Craft Oil operates a dedicated fleet of metered bulk tankers, which only carry motor oil and lubricants to ensure the quality and integrity of the products. Craft Oil also has a large fleet of various package good trucks to assure timely delivery of smaller lubricant needs.

Each tanker consists of multiple compartments, lines and dual reels to separate products and assure quality. The company also has dedicated tankers to properly service DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) customers.

Oilmen's has been designing, equipping and inventorying tank truck equipment since 1951. The company offers truck tank delivery equipment to both national and international customers.

Oilmen's sells truck tanks designed for hauling DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid), fuel, bulk lubricants, water, waste oil, and other fluids.

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