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Range of new fuel trailers

Range of new fuel trailers

Several models are available in Meridian’s line of fuel trailers, including ones that allow for storing service equipment.

Efficiency is the name of the game in farming, especially during planting and harvest. Don’t let an empty tank slow you down in those crucial times this year. Meridian is offering portable fuel trailers that are equipped with not only fuel, but also service equipment. The system allows you to fill up or perform maintenance on-location or in the field. There are 990-gallon systems available, and a 750-gallon version was launched last year.

The trailers include basic, max and service-max models. The 990 Service Max offers a welder/generator/air compressor combination, toolbox, electrical, air hose reel and tripleaxle trailer. Each trailer can be fitted with just the right tank and service equipment.

Key features of the storage system include a low center of gravity for easy pulling; powder coating for durability; 10-gauge steel construction; large cowling doors for easy access; and a tank securement hook system that relieves stress while in motion. And 55-gallon or 110-gallon dieselexhaust- fuel options are available.

Add-on options include a gas engine and pump system for diesel transfer, a 50-foot diesel hose reel, a DEF tank and tank heater, an exterior task light kit, a spare tire kit and aluminum rims.
Trailers start at $12,900. For more information, contact Meridian at 800-437-2334, or visit meridianmfg.com.

Editor's note: This product was featured as the "Good Buy" product in the February 2014 issue of Farm Industry News. Here are some more "Good Buys" you might like:

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