Water trucks, also known as water tankers, are a type of tank trucks that are used for an assortment of tasks. From filling swimming pools to controlling dust, from watering trees to compacting soil, water trucks are used by municipalities, construction companies and others. Potable water trucks are made to provide drinkable water to people living in areas without access to clean water. Made with aluminum, steel or plastic, water trucks typically feature multiple compartments to help stabilize the load during transport. Construction Equipment Guide has listings for Used Water Trucks for sale from more than two dozen manufacturers, including Caterpillar, Freightliner, Volvo and OshKosh.
Valew Quality Truck Bodies, the long-time manufacturer of Valew Water Trucks, recently was awarded a patent for its new baffling system and the production on the new system was introduced this year on both its 2,000-gal.
Established in 1932 as a general store in Martinsburg, Pa., and currently in its third generation of ownership and management by the Ritchey family, Curry Supply Company has grown into one of the largest manufacturers of commercial service trucks serving the construction industry, as well as agricultural, mining, government and municipalities, oil and gas, rail, and waste industries.
At mining and quarry sites, haul road dust can take a toll on safety and productivity, leading to a continuous struggle to balance dust suppression with overwatering.
Bergmann Americas' product line is a great addition and fit to expand the product offering of all dirt moving applications, especially when contractors are faced with soft conditions, slopes and tight work zones where production requirements are always thrown a curve ball.
Niece Manufacturing offers a full line of off-highway water trucks, fuel trucks and fuel/lube trucks for the construction and mining industries.
Due to the viral nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, personal protective equipment (PPE), such as hand sanitizer, masks, safety glasses/goggles and gloves, have seen a dramatic increase in need and often are all but impossible to find.
With a legacy dating back to 1886, the Holt family has a history of creating equipment for the construction industry, stretching back to when Benjamin Holt came up with the idea for (and built) the first Caterpillar tractor.
Can building trucks translate into being really good at racing trucks? The two skill sets are seemingly mutually exclusive, but not for this Texas man who has not only made a name for himself in the construction industry, but also is making an impressive name in NASCAR racing — in meteoric fashion.
John Petersen, vice president of Glendale, Ariz.-based R&J Utility, was in a bind. With a slew of projects building up, R&J was in desperate need for a few water trucks.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) unveiled a new vehicle that will increase the department's ability to maintain its bridges with regular cleanings to remove road salts, sand and other debris.