Whale Tankers has its latest versions of the CityWhale 3 & 7 from partners Baroclean on display at this year’s CV Show.
The two companies have been collaborating over a number of years resulting in Whale introducing these latest vehicles, with CityWhale 3 featured on the stand and the CityWhale 7 on the outside display area. Both vehicles are highly versatile offering jetting and suction capability in a package ideal for urban operation. The 3.2t CityWhale 3 has been incorporated onto the chassis of a 4 X 4 Ford Ranger, Euro 6 GVW 3.2 tonne.
Bernard Pfister, Managing Director for Baroclean – who will be attending the Whale stand throughout the three days of the CV Show, said: “It is great working with our partner Whale Tankers again as they have the same philosophy as we do regarding supporting our customers’ requirements. Our aim with the CityWhale 3 is to have a vehicle that has been truly developed to suit the urban infrastructure and environment.”
The CityWhale 3 is a combination vehicle comprised of two compartments with a total capacity of 1,200 litres. The tank and associated equipment have been made from aluminium, thus allowing the operator to achieve an upgraded tank capacity. The tank suction is achieved by a rotary vane vacuum pump having a capacity of 325 m3/Hr. With a jetting pump producing 54 litres/min at 200 bar. The control is carried out by an eight channel radio remote control.
The CityWhale7, is built on a Mitsubishi Fuso Canter, 7C15 7.5 tonne with a 150 hp Euro 6. Engine. It is a Jetvac combination vehicle having two compartments, with a total capacity of 3,800 Litres. The tank and associated equipment are made from aluminium. It will be on display in the outside area at the NEC.
Mark Warmington, Managing Director for Whale Tankers, added: “Baroclean and Whale Tankers have a very similar approach to business and a shared company ethos. Specifically, we have a common focus on meeting the needs of our customers by providing a high quality product with excellent aftersales support and back-up services.”
Visitors will be able to get a first-hand look at the new CityWhale 3 & 7 and learn about their many features and benefits from the Whale team.