Fluid reservoir

  • 30-Mar-2011 02:48 EDT
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To meet emissions reduction requirements, Shaw Development offers a solution for storage and delivery of diesel exhaust fluids. The system includes 5-, 10-, and 15-gal (19-, 38-, and 57-L) standard reservoirs with integrated fluid heater, temperature sensor, level indicator, quality sensing option, and filtration. The complete reservoirs are suitable for severe off-highway conditions as well as fluid thaw and flow in side slope operations. Reservoirs are available with remote and high-flow filling options, vented/filtered filler caps with locking capability, and mounting brackets with optional debris guards. Additional options include electric heating, added insulation for extreme cold, visual sight gauges, remote fill hoses, and adapters. Reservoirs can be custom designed to meet application requirements; options include CAN bus output, custom tank shapes and volumes, and various colors and logo markings.

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