fuel capacity

fuel capacity

The quantity of fuel that can be stored in the aircraft's tanks.
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KC-130J tankers, which also supports ground-based refueling missions for armored vehicles, is designed to have 4,551 cubic feet of cargo volume and a maximum 61,364-pound fuel capacity.
The Majesty 122 has a fuel capacity of more than 25,000 litres and was launched during the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS).
3 million barrels per day (mbpd) fuel capacity, may be forced to reduce throughput or even seek federal monetary support.
The design utilises smaller compartments inside a larger tank to increase fuel capacity and storage, similar to the alveoli within the human lung.
The craft has a large fuel capacity and is powered by two Caterpillar C18 engines with 600HP and two 403 Hamilton Water Jets.
With stronger hydraulics for improved attachment performance, better tractive effort for digging and pushing, improved ergonomics for operator comfort, and increased fuel capacity for long days, M-Series loaders are meant for intense work in a variety of agricultural, construction, landscaping, mining, recycling, and rental applications.
Tractor components include full hydrostatic two-speed automatic drive, Sunstrand hydraulic motors and pumps, 80 gallon fuel capacity for up to 12 hours full-load operation and a 65 gallon hydraulic tank.
Modified with surveillance radars and additional fuel capacity, the aircraft provided coastguard cover for the Dutch Antilles between 2005 and their retirement 2007.
The advanced aerofoil reportedly provides improved overall performance and greater fuel capacity.
It has a higher fuel capacity and will be able to carry more passengers, including specialist doctors.
Available in dual- or single-console versions, the WX1950 has a 52-gallon fuel capacity, 34-gallon rear livewell, and 14-quart bow livewell/baitwell, plus ample storage, snap-in carpet, and a 23-quart cooler.