Titan introduces polymer in-bed diesel tank

Updated Oct 25, 2012

Titan Fuel Tanks will introduce its new 5010060, cross-linked polyethylene, in-bed diesel fuel tank at the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

According to Titan, the 60-gallon tank has a patent pending and will be on display from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, 2012 for the first time in Titan’s booth 31179 in the Upper South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center during the SEMA Show.

“We are excited to be stocking and distributing Titan’s new in-bed diesel fuel tank,” says Kyle Shiminski, category director, Keystone Automotive Operations. “The strength and durability of the cross-linked polyethylene material combined with the tank’s design and accompanying accessories are all factors for why we are offering this product to our global customer base.”

Titan says it in-bed tank has been engineered to accommodate the broadest array of diesel fuels. The tank is formed from military-grade cross-linked polyethylene. Titan says the tanks are fully baffled to prevent load shifting and have smooth, contoured edges with no sharp weld points to rust, fail under stress or compromise structural integrity.

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