> The water tanker mounted on the rear of trucks or vans.
> It produced as having between 5-20 tones capacity.
> It can be plugged in/out from the vehicle easily.
> The material used in the water tanker has 4mms thickness averagely.
> Both the internal and external sides of the water tanker welded smoothly with gas metal arc welding.
> On the purpose of preventing the tanker from getting damaged by the vehicles’ motion, jetties placed at certain intervals inside the tanker.
> An elastic cap, whose gaskets are leakproof, located on the upper pane that allows two individuals to enter the tank from here.
> A pool system designed on the upper pane of the tanker in order to prevent flooding resulting from over water charging.
> A ladder mounted on the rear or another decent area of the truck in order to step up on the tanker.
> Air and water escape part constituted in order to evacuate surplus water or the entrapped air occurring during the charging process.
> Display screens placed on both front and rear that show the available water amount inside the tanker.
> A plastic chock used between the vehicle and the tank.
> A surrounding type hose, having generally 20 meters length and 2 or 3 stages, applied for using the water in the tanker.
> The tank has 2 or 3 stages.
> It has 8 atm pressure and an averagely 1700 liters flow. Pumping is done with and additional water pump. The pump takes the energy that it requires from the gearbox of the vehicle.
> The whole electronic parts used in the tanker passed over a reel.
> 2 led type stimulant lamps placed on the top of the vehicle for warning.
> A flip can be affixed on the front or rear of the vehicle.
> An additional washing pomp and pressurized washing hickey can be affixed onto the tanker.
> A heating system installed in the tanker in order to prevent it from freezing during the wintertime. The system takes the heat from the exhaust outlet of the vehicle.