Hyundai Fuel Tank Lorries are designed to transporting liquid fuel, to oil reservoirs or gas stations.
They feature a 4-way valve and a gear pump which store or exhaust fuel oil from the tank in a 4-step cycle of suction, discharge, stop and drain.
The Fuel Tank Lorries range in capacity from 4,500 litres to 22,000 litres depending on the choice of the chassis. They can be optionally configured with a flow metre and hose reel.
( 2kl x 3)
( 2kl x 4)
( 4kl x 3)
( 4kl x 4)
( 4kl x 5)
(4kl x 5, 2kl)
Hyundai Water Tank Lorries offer a reliable way of delivering water for a variety of purposes – drinking, farming or irrigation. They employ a self-priming centrifugal pump and a number of 2-way valves to store water in the tank.
Hyundai Water Tank Lorries offer a powerful, high – performance self-priming centrifugal pump with high head pressure. The total head of the pump, measured by combining vertical suction and discharge heights, reaches 15m for the HD170, HD260 and HD310. The comparable figure is 12m for the HD120 and 10m for the HD65 and HD72.
Hyundai Water Sprinklers spray water directly from the tank to lay dust on paved or unpaved roads.
They employ three different types of sprinklers - front spray, front-lateral spray and rear spray.
The front and front-lateral sprinklers, driven by a pump, are used to spray paved roads, while the un-motorized rear sprinkler is good for laying dust on unpaved roads.
Hyundai Water Cannon Trucks use high-pressured jet streams of water to disperse demonstrators in riot control situations. Equipped with water, foam and tear gas tanks, they are also effective in fighting fires.
Controlled from a monitor in the cabin, the sprays can reach as far as 60 metres.
The cabin is shield by a self-protective device against violent rioters.
Hyundai Aircraft Refuelers employ a self – centrifugal pump to fill up aircrafts with fuel. They come furnished with a static reel, a spark arrester and an air ventilator.