Hippotank is a polyethylene tank for Diesel fuel transport. It is manufactured in India in association with Emiliana Serbatoi, an Italian company producer of equipment, devices and systems for storage, transport and delivery of petroleum products. 

Servicing areas as diverse as construction, agriculture, oil and gas sectors, military and governmental sectors, transport field, disaster relief and client rapid response needs, over the last 30 years EMILIANA SERBATOI has gained a reputation as the leader in the Design, Production, Supply of fuelling systems to clients and customers in both the European and Global Markets. 

The overall activities of research, conception, design and development enabled Emiliana Serbatoi to achieve a stunning product and Gemini has to its credit the opportunity to bring this product for the benefit of the Indian Market 

Light, cost-effective, corrosive resistant and compact, Hippotank was the first polyethylene tank designed and manufactured in compliance with ADR regulation and UN marked. 

It is highly innovative in terms of features and technical contents, its capacity is 960 liters and it is equipped with a fuel supply unit. 

Hippotank combines safe transport according to the regulations in force with key commercial advantages as cost effectiveness, compact size and light weight 

Main Characteristics are:

Manufactured in rotomolded linear polyethylene, a material that ensures excellent resistance against shocks, temperature changes, chemical agents and the bad climate conditions. 

Its transparency also allows a constant sight monitoring of the fuel level. 

It can be easily washed with regular detergents thanks to its highly smooth surface. 

Side pockets, reinforced by zinc-coated carbon steel profiles, allow lifting with forklift (full load).

220 mm diameter top hatch with lockable screw lid, gasket and air vent device.

12 or 24 V DC fuel pump, flow rate from 40 to 60 l/min, 5m rubber hose, automatic nozzle and digital turbine flow meter.

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