We understand it was shop-built by an Albuquerque-area contractor who supposedly modeled it after CEI tanks. The last user reports that it was working well when it was taken out of service in 2012. Current owner planned to take
it to Panama but his project there did not materialize.
nominal portable 30,000 gallons capacity, single compartment tank.
Serial number indicates heater was manufactured in 2000 but has very low hours and
is in unusually good condition for its age. Not used except for testing since 2012.
Coiled-Coiled piping subjected to air test for several days with no drop in pressure.
3 inches of insulation
includes approx. 24-inch manway and internal ladder at front of tank.
rear frame for mounting of metering package(not included)
plumbed to accommodate asphalt pump (not included)
Tank is equipped with adjustable jack legs for four full-width support platforms but only
two platforms are included.
Some material inside appears to be coked
CEI-1500 hot oil heater mounted on goose neck
completely re-wired and tested by CEI technician
new fuel pump
newly rebuilt circulation pump
new motor and transmission coupling
test run for approximately 200 hours
Approximate transport dimensions: 63´-3¨ L x 11´-6 ¨ W x 14´-0 H
Tank itself is 11´-0¨ wide; with an asphalt pump (not included) it would be slightly wider.
Tank may be slightly less than 14´-0¨ high
tandem axles with 10.00 R 15 tires (six spare wheels and 5 extra tires included in sale)
Scale tickets are available which show the following:
Tare weight of the tractor which had 3 rear axles: 19,140 lbs.
Weight of steering axle of tractor hooked to tank: 10,440 lbs.
Weight on three axles at kingpin with tractor hooked to tank: 47,020 lbs.
Weight on two tandem axles at rear of tank: 44,860 lbs.
Gross weight of tractor and tank combined: 92,380 lbs. (92,320 lbs. adding together individual weights of all axles)
Net weight of asphalt tank including hot oil heater and unloading pump: 73,240 lbs.