Hatz waste no time in providing the power to Sayers Road Tankers hire fleet.
Hatz GB, the Hinckley based supplier of diesel engines, have recently completed an order to provide the power for a hire fleet of hazardous waste trailers, serviced by the leading tanker operators -Sayers Road Tankers Limited.
The company opted to install the Hatz 3L41C Silent Pack engine principally because of its superior acoustic capability which is particularly important when operating a tanker in a noise sensitive area. Other factors that influenced Sayers decision included; the overall compact size of the 3L41C – this gives the manufacturer the option to install the engine either on the side of the unit or underslung underneath the trailer. In addition, the engine is air-cooled which alleviates the need to add anti-freeze and with all the access points accessible from one side operation and maintenance is simple and efficient. The 3L41C’s proven low running costs helps the end user to control their expenditure.
Sayers Road Tankers, Bob Benjamin explained, “For this project we worked closely with Ian Greenwood at Gardner Denver who design and manufacture discharge equipment solutions to the tanker industry.”
Bob continued, “Their ultimate aim is to arrive at the best solution for our needs. Gardner Denver offers the Hatz engine package as a drive solution, as in their experience, they find that Hatz provide a quick and helpful information. They have always found Hatz to be supportive and responsive when any issues have occurred which is very important when selecting an engine supplier.”
The Trailer featured is a typical ADR waste tank used extensively throughout the waste industry for the collection and removal of all types of liquid hazardous waste. It is one of seven trailers within Sayers Tankers extensive hire fleet, which all are fitted with Hatz engines. The None, tipping, 30,000 litre A.D.R stainless steel vacuum waste tanker is fitted with a full hydraulic opening rear door and a Gardner Denver Wittig RFW150 radial vane exhauster. All of these processes are operated hydraulically via a Hatz 3-Cylinder 3L41C Silent Pack engine.