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saddle tank

saddle tank
An externally mounted sheet metal tank with a contour that allows it to be mounted around the curvature of a main case (e.g., compressor case or fuselage).
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In addition to grape harvesters, AIM has produced harvesters for radishes, chrysanthemums, coffee, guayule, patchouli, and Dichondra seed, as well as tomato vine diverters, vineyard pre-pruners, vine trimmers, brush rakes, tractor saddle tanks, chemical applicators, twin-bin picking trailers, hydraulic pruning shears, a highway barrier mover, a steam leaf removal machine, and pieces of custom equipment-- some of which are "strictly confidential.
The engines are also nicely addressed as is the major rebuild of the second X-15 to the X-15A-2 configuration with the 29-inch fuselage extension and exterior saddle tanks added to carry additional fuel.
The state Department of Environmental Protection was called in because diesel fuel began leaking from the truck's saddle tanks, and traffic was snarled in the area for more than six hours because the truck's cargo - crushed automobiles - was strewn across the road and down a nearby embankment.
ALL ABOARD: Vulcan and Victor, two Bagnall 0-60-0 Saddle tanks, ran on the Longbridge system until the end of steam there in 1972.
Most spills processed by Spill Center involve diesel fuel from ruptured truck saddle tanks and broken cross-over lines, as in the case of the armored truck, said Moses.
Two standard 50-gallon saddle tanks provide 100 gallons of water, or customers can opt for two 125-gallon saddle tanks.
Dual hydraulic cylinders and a full rear door for spoil ejection speeds cycle times while dual 50-gallon freshwater saddle tanks are positioned over the axle for better towing and decreased tongue load.
Location is also critical in side-impact crashes, particularly those involving saddle tanks mounted outside the frame rails.
A new two-hose, single-sided version allows two grades or types of fuel to be offered at one fueling point, or allows for quicker refueling of trucks with twin saddle tanks on each side.
Saddle tanks leaking gas, small spill was contained.
Powered by a 125 horsepower turbo diesel engine, it carries 200-gallon (760-liter) stainless saddle tanks and a quick-attach 50-foot air blast spray system.