Ongoing product innovation is the message that Whale Tankers intends to communicate when PAWRS – the Plant & Waste Recycling Show – gets underway in Paignton next month. Indeed taking centre stage amongst Whale’s four strong vehicle line-up will be a new, radically upgraded Medium Volume Combination (MVC) tanker.

Serving as a demonstration unit and equipped with an 1800 gallon capacity tank mounted on an MAN TG-M 4 x 2 day cab chassis, the new MVC is packed with a multitude of new performance and health and safety related features and product improvements, all of which are being introduced by Whale as part of its standard vehicle specification. Full details relating to the MVC’s makeover will be made available at the show.

Also on display will be the KiloWhale Plus high volume JetVac vacuum tanker that not only incorporates the same new and enhanced product refinements as the MVC, but which now delivers a radically improved jetting capability.

Figuring equally prominently will be the increasingly popular Kaiser-Whale sewer cleaning Jet-Vac with continuous dirty water recycling. Equipped with the powerful Volvo Globetrotter 32 tonne GVW 8 x 2 Rear steer chassis, the Kaiser-Whale is being exhibited in the striking red and green livery of pro-Whale customer, HFS Liquid Waste Ltd of Norfolk. Completing the Whale Tankers on display is the WhaleVac non-hazardous frameless vacuum tanker that has a capacity of 29,500 litres.

Comments Whale Tankers’ Managing Director, Mark Warmington: “Whilst we appreciate the economic climate is far from ideal at present, we are not going to let it deter us from continuing investing across all areas of our business. New product development is obviously central to this, as our product line-up at PAWRS serves to demonstrate.”

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