A tanker is a cargo body in cylindrical shape, specifically designed to transport liquids such as water and fuel. With the exception of Double D, Elliptical or Round versions, the unit is designed with internal baffles to reduce the impact of liquid hitting the tank front wall when braking.
|1933 A||2933 A||3343 A||4043 A||4043|
|Gross vehicle weight (t)*||19||29||33||40||40|
|Engine types||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6||In-line 6|
|Emission classes||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3||Euro 3|
|Gearboxes (speeds)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||Manual (9); Automatic (6)||16||16||16|
Drum brakes: resist the kinetic energy of moving liquids.
As standard, the Zetros is equipped with front and rear drum brakes – ensuring quick stopping response despite liquids moving forward inside the tank during braking.
Safer transport for fossil fuels: ADR equipment,
For transport of dangerous goods such as diesel, kerosene, and petrol, the Zetros comes with all equipment required by the European agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR) – pre-fitted at the factory.