The fuel tank was specifically designed to be bolted into a trailer for those needing to transport fuel working in the landscaping, farming, recreational, construction, and golf course maintenance fields, greatly reducing the number of trips to the fuel station to refuel. 
 - Photo courtesy of JohnDow

The fuel tank was specifically designed to be bolted into a trailer for those needing to transport fuel working in the landscaping, farming, recreational, construction, and golf course maintenance fields, greatly reducing the number of trips to the fuel station to refuel. 

Photo courtesy of JohnDow

JohnDow has introduced its 15 Gallon Portable Fuel Station (JDI-FST15).  The new Fuel Station is UN/DOT approved for the transport of gasoline by motor vehicle and to gravity dispense fuel into gasoline-powered portable equipment, vehicle fuel tanks, or other approved containers.

The Steel Portable Fuel Station has been tested for leakage, rupture, stability, abuse and endurance.  It was specifically designed to be bolted into a trailer for those needing to transport fuel working in the landscaping, farming, recreational, construction, and golf course maintenance fields, greatly reducing the number of trips to the fuel station to refuel. 

Fuel Station features include:

  • Full retail packaging
  • Durable welded steel tank
  • UN/DOT approved
  • Gravity feed tank
  • 10-foot dispensing hose
  • Built-in shut off valve
  • Ground wire for safety
  • Squeeze handle dispenser
  • Nominal capacity: 15 gallons
  • Gross weight filled: 116  pounds
  • Dimensions: 38.3” x 11.15” x 15.9”

Related: Pros & Cons of On-Site Fueling                                      

Originally posted on Work Truck Online