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500 Litre Adblue Transfer Tank Wide V1

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500 Litre Adblue Transfer Tank Wide V1


Dispenser benefits

  • Suitable for internal and external use
  • Frost proof; will not crack in the cold
  • Small footprint - ideal when space is limited
  • Rotationally moulded tank for strength and durability
  • 2 year tank warranty against manufacturing defects
  • 1 year pump warranty

Dispenser features

  • Dispensing hose holder
  • Manual nozzle (automatic also available)
  • 12V self priming pump, 35L/min
  • Baffled tank for safer transportation
  • 2" plastic tank vent
  • 2" male fill point

912.50 ex VAT

Delivery information

  • Estimated delivery time: 5-10 working days
  • Shipping charges: Price includes 0.00 delivery.

912.50 ex tax
This compact, fully assembled AdBlue dispensing system has been specially designed for ease of use. Cans and containers of urea, which are liable to leak when stored or spill when poured, can be a thing of the past; this dispensing system allows you to transfer AdBlue on the go - and it won't break the bank either. The chunky design ensures good stability and the baffle makes this system ideal for use in vehicles.

The range of upgrades and optional extras means you can be sure you get the system you want at a price you can afford.

AdBlue pump

Max. flow 40L/min. 3/4" hose tails. Choose 12V or 24V. Membrane pump without any dynamic seals for long life. Weatherproof for outdoor use. C/w switch, carry handle, 2m long battery cable & croc clips. Max. run time 20 mins. Option dispensing/suction hose, foot valve & nozzle available.

Fill point

This 2'' plastic, threaded fill point comes complete with screw cap and chain. Safely refill your dispenser then replaced the cap.

Manual nozzle

Suitable for Urea/AdBlue Polypropylene Construction, Maximum flow rate: 80ltr Per Min. Can be upgraded to an automatic nozzle.

Dimensions H:1100mm x W:630mm x L:1000mm
Fill Point 2" Fill Point
Weight -kg
Capacity 500 litres

Made in Britain