WHALE SHOWCASES CITYCYCLER RANGE

Posted by Richard Barnes - April 25th, 2016

Whale Tankers - CityCycler1Whale Tankers will be showcasing its continuous dirty water recycler products with an 18 tonne CityCycler, part of its renowned and widely proven KaiserWhale range.

The CityCycler can also be supplied on a 16 tonne chassis; the recycling range also includes the 26 tonne Urban Recycler and the 26 and 32 tonne KaiserWhale.  It sits on a Daf 4 x2 Euro 6 chassis and has been especially built for established customer Flowline and supplied via Gullivers.  It is destined for use in wide range of water recycling applications for public and private sector customers in the South East.

The tank is manufactured from stainless steel and has a debris compartment of 5,000 ltr with the addition of a clean water tank and discharge is achieved through a fully opening rear door.

The CityCycler provides continuous water recycling using a rotating 500 micron filter. The high performance water jetting is provided by a transformer pump developed for use on recycled water and provides up to 180l/min of recycled water for cleaning. Vacuum is by a liquid ring, KWP 900 providing 900m3/h (600 cfm) and loading is achieved by a lightweight MOLEX spiral boom, hydraulically operated with a hose reach of four metres below ground.

Having multiple stainless steel lockers fitted to both sides of the vehicle thus allowing dedicated storage for both PPE and a specific hygiene section. The vehicle operating control is achieved by both a feedback radio remote and a panel located on the side.

Chris Anderson, Commercial Director for Whale Tankers, said: “Our City Cyclers are tried and tested by operators throughout the UK and as a long standing customer, Flowline have used our equipment successfully in the past, so we are pleased they have come to us again for their requirements this time.” 

“The City Cycler’s ability to continuously recycle dirty water minimises the amount of water required and preserves precious clean water supplies, while maximising time spent on site for the operational team.”

“We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand at this year’s show to discuss their individual and specific requirements and how we can provide the solution to their needs.”

Other key features include rear vision camera, an axle alert system and an LED cyclist warning system and chapter eight signage.

25th April 2016

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