DEF handling made easy

07/01/2013 @ 10:05am

As diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) becomes a part of the emissions solutions for all diesel engine manufacturers, the need for clean, convenient, and compliant fuel and DEF handling systems becomes greater. Working to meet this demand, Thunder Creek Equipment now offers a 40-gallon option for delivery of DEF on its 500-gallon standard fuel trailer.

“This new option is perfect for operators integrating their first pieces of DEF-consuming equipment,” says Luke Van Wyk, with Thunder Creek Equipment. “It gives them all the advantages of a Thunder Creek DEF system at a lower price point.”

With a base price of $13,570, a 500-gallon trailer with the DEF option gives you a field-ready solution for diesel and DEF in a package that can be easily hauled by a half-ton pickup truck. The stainless steel tank is mounted on top of the toolbox that connects to Thunder Creek’s two-in-one DEF pumping system. This patent-pending system makes DEF handling easy by allowing you to fill and empty the tank with just one pump. This eliminates the need to purchase a separate DEF pump.

All Thunder Creek DEF solutions are built to maintain the purity of the DEF going into the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system. This is important because DEF is highly susceptible to contamination, and DEF needs to be handled in a container that was manufactured specifically for it.

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