Gas Trailer 110
This model is no longer in production. We’ve made improvements and overhauled the design. Check out the newest models in the Products list above.
Our Model A gas trailer pump includes a UL Listed deluxe dual flow hand pump that is both versatile and reliable. For high volume fuel transfer, a high handle position setting allows for a 1/2 gallon fuel flow rate per pump – twice the flow of any other hand pump. But if this high flow is not necessary, for heavier fluids or easier pumping, the second stroke setting flows efficiently at 1/4 gallon per pump.
This deluxe hand pump can be used with:
Gasoline with up to 15% alcohol
Our Model B gas trailer pump includes a CSA Certified and UL Listed, 8 gallon per minute, 12 volt DC gear explosion proof motor. This pump provides on the go fueling at gas station flow rates all from the convenience of your own gas trailer fuel station. With an internal temperature limiting device and a duty cycle of 15 minutes on and 30 minutes off, you’ll have more than enough time to drain the tank, refuel, and then do it again. With only an 11 amp draw, it’s easy on your battery.
This 8 GPM DC pump can be used with:
Gasoline with up to 15% alcohol
Our Model C gas trailer pump includes a CSA Certified and UL Listed, 15 gallon per minute, 12 volt DC gear explosion proof motor. Coupled with a resettable mechanical fuel flow meter and automatic shutoff nozzle, this is truly a portable gas station on wheels. Add to that an internal circuit breaker and a duty cycle of 30 minutes on and 30 minutes off, you don’t have to worry about over-running on our gas trailers even if you fill, drain, fill, drain, fill, drain several times in a row.
This 15 GPM DC pump can be used with:
Gasoline with up to 15% alcohol
Need to pump fuel longer distances or require a higher duty pump? Contact us to see what options are available.
Trailer and Tank
All three GasTrailer 110 models are built on the same solidly engineered trailer and tank platform. The trailers are constructed with a welded 2″ tubular steel frame, steel sheet bed, detachable pin-lock tongue, tongue-mounted swivel jack, heavy-duty stabilizer legs, 2″ ball hitch, 7-pin tow adapter, LED lighting, 12″ x 5.3″ tires and aluminum wheels, custom-built single axle, leaf spring suspension, Dexter EZ Lube hubs, and for easy touch-ups and maintenance in years to come, they’re finished off in a simple, but sharp, gloss black paint scheme. Each trailer is fully DOT compliant with its lights, tires, fenders, and safety chains and has its own VIN tag for DMV registration and titling.
The fuel tanks are constructed with aluminum for multi-fuel use. Unlike inferior tanks made with steel, aluminum will not rust and degrade over time limiting the fuel type that can be used. Whereas, these aluminum tanks are built for and DOT exempt with gasoline, diesel, kerosene and ethanol. They have a fuel capacity of 110 gallons, include two bungs on the top for the fuel pump and fuel filler cap, have full inner baffles to reduce movement of the tank contents, are diamond plated aluminum for a shiny and impressive exterior appearance, include a safety overflow vent to avoid pressure build-up, and have a drain plug to fully empty the tank as needed.
To assure our fuel trailers last for years to come, we take an extra step to fight corrosion that normally would be a result of mounting aluminum tanks on top of steel beds. For this, we apply a double-coat of Rust Bullet Automotive Formula between the two metal surfaces. Rust Bullet’s patented technologies are the most effective and efficient method available today to prevent the corrosion of metals. Rust Bullet protects solid surfaces from oxidation and chemical attack. A cured Rust Bullet coating provides protection from steel rust, iron rust, metal rust and metals corrosion.
*Optional Upgrade*. A double wall fuel tank can be installed to replace the included 110 gallon single wall tank. This double wall tank option is available with all three 110 models and looks exactly the same on the outside, but has a second 102 gallon tank built inside of it. The included single wall tank is very strong and will last for many, many years. But if the EPA or other regulatory agency has double wall fuel tank requirements for your work site or particular use, the double walled tank upgrade is available. Call for details.
Battery Box and Electrical
All three GasTrailer 110 models include the same battery box and ground wiring configuration. Inside the battery box is a central bolted connecting point for the three ground cable wires. Coming off of this point, Cable 1 is 12′ long and used as the earth ground by attaching it to a spike or metal point in the ground. Cable 2 is 12′ long and used as the vehicle ground by attaching it to the engine block, frame, muffler or other metal point on the vehicle that fuel is being transferred to. Cable 3 is fixed and connects the pump housing to the central bolt.
Model B and Model C gas trailers use a battery powered pump and have additional electrical components not included with Model A. With Models B and C, the battery box is built to accept a 12 Volt DC Deep Cycle Marine Battery, Size 24 (battery sold separately). Included and assembled with Models B and C is a key lock power switch, fuse, battery terminal connectors, and a fourth grounding point between the negative terminal on the battery and the central ground bolt on the trailer.
The trailer adapter included with all three model gas trailers is an industry-standard, 7-pin round adapter found on most vehicles with a tow package. As an added bonus for use with Models B or C, the accessory pin on this adapter is pre-wired with a few extra feet of wire for the end user. If configured, this option will enable the battery to be charged off of the tow vehicle’s electrical system, provided the accessory pin on the tow package adapter is connected to the vehicle’s alternator.
As an optional item for Models B or C, a battery charger can be installed inside the battery box at the time of purchase. The overnight charger is permanently affixed to the inside of the box and connected to the battery. A separate 110V AC cord runs out of the box to plug into the wall of any standard household outlet. The battery charger is a tender so there is no risk of overcharging. Once the battery charge reaches full capacity, the trickle charge takes over and maintains a full charge so the gas trailer is ready to start pumping!
Full Size (LxWxH): 96″ x 44″ x 56″
Detached Tongue Footprint: 64″ x 44″
Trailer Bed: 60″ x 28″
Tank: 110 gallons and 48″ x 24″ x 24″
Empty Weight: approximately 500 pounds depending on pump, battery, and accessories
Full Weight: approximately 1,300 pounds depending on fuel type
Tires and Wheels 5-lug aluminum wheels and 12″ x 5.3″ tires
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