The power of presence, performance and innovation are the hallmarks behind Whale Tankers’ exhibits at this year’s PAWRS – the Plant and Waste Recycling Show. And it all centres on a three-product line-up that will be of great interest to a wide range of operators.
Building on its biggest ever exhibition product display at PAWRS last year, the specialist manufacturer to the waste and cleaning industries remains focused on size this year by parading its largest and most sophisticated KAISERWhale recycler.
Chosen to demonstrate the company’s ongoing innovative approach to product development whilst emphasising the diversity of end user applications, the product exhibits also take in a WhaleVac featuring the livery of Midlands-based specialist waste management company, Bridmin. In addition the line up includes the latest generation GULLYWhale MVC tanker that comes packed with a number of innovative features, all of which have positive operational and health and safety implications within the industry.
Proving that the KAISERWhale really is the King of its species, Hydro-Cleansing of Surrey, the south’s leading specialists in environmental waste solutions has specified a vehicle that is as progressive and forward thinking as the company itself. Truly multi-functional, versatile yet simple to operate, the KAISERWhale has fast become the leading dirty water recycler here in the UK. Hydro-Cleansing’s hybrid specified by Managing Director Steve Hoad is, indeed, feature packed. Complete with bespoke bodywork providing a carrying capacity of 13,300 litres, the KAISERWhale features very high spec and powerful Scania R625CB 8 x 4 ESZ Topline chassis, and state of the art automated lighting, which includes a special generator.
With ultra high pressure jetting capable of cutting concrete being featured in conjunction with a secondary jetting system, the KAISERWhale is also equipped with radio remote control, a fully hydraulic 8" diameter loading boom, twin liquid ring vacuum pumps and a separate pump for pressure discharge.
Representing the fourth WhaleVac tanker to join the Bridmin fleet in the last 16 months, the latest tanker will join the existing Whale units by working on both long-term and standard hire contracts and help support Bridmin’s progressive and expanding waste management service provision post show.
Manufactured from 316-grade stainless steel and fitted with tri-axle running gear, the frameless semi-trailer has a carrying capacity of 29,500 litres. Plated at 44 tonnes GVW, it is suitable for carrying sewage and other non-hazardous sludges.
Serving to highlight a number of improved performance, health and safety related features and benefits that now feature on GULLYWhale, visitors will get the chance to explore the workings and features of the MVC (medium volume combination) unit that is already popular with municipal operators.
Commenting on Whale’s expectations for the show, Managing Director, Mark Warmington said: "This year, PAWRS is once again about making our presence felt, and the three exhibits that we will have on display should once again give us a great deal to talk about. PAWRS presents us with an opportunity to keep customers up-to-speed with important product, service and parts developments on a friendly and face-to-face level."