Water Cartage Trailers

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Made for all kinds of conditions this Water Cartage Trailer is great for all kinds of applications including firefighting, dust suppression, civil sites or around the property.  Suitable in all conditions including metro, regional and rural areas and suitable for both on and off-road.

The tandem axle Water Tank Trailer is available in numerous sizes and capacities dependent upon the size of the water tank required.

This hot dip galvanised trailer is designed to handle rugged Australian conditions and is fitted with a tough Global polyethylene water cartage tank, pump and hose reel.  The trailer comes with unbeatable 2 year Warranty and FREE 2 years Roadside Assist.

There are a range of options available to you such as single axle, tandem axle, slipper, shackle and rocker suspension, mechanical brakes and electric brakes.  Petrol pumps or diesel pumps are available along with a range of hose reels so you can have your trailer custom made to suit your exact needs.

Built Stronger, Built Better

Single axle model has a 1000 litre water tanks and has mechanical disc brakes with a 1500kg Aggregate Trailer Mass (ATM).

Tandem axle models are standard with disc brakes and are 2000kg Aggregate Trailer Mass (ATM) with a 1500 Litre water tank. Also available in 2900kg, 3200kg, 3500kg and 4500kg (ATM).

Global polyethylene water tanks are available in 1000, 1200, 1500, 2000 and 3000 Litre capacity.

Water Tank Trailers include checkerplate rear deck, long drawbar, a swing up jockey wheel, spare wheel bracket and a magnetic trailer plug.

Experience a better built trailer for yourself with a tandem Water Tank Trailer from Trailers 2000.

These trailers are available to Rent Then Buy.

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