All Marshall tankers have an integral chassis design to reduce stress on the tank and prevent premature cracking. In addition the tank is constructed from 6mm steel, which improves durability and increases the lifespan of the tanker. The tank has also been measured to ensure that it will hold its stated capacity and customers receive exactly what they paid for. The ST1200 is also fitted with a standard 6” side valve that is interchangeable with another rear mounting position, allowing flexibility when loading. The standard 8000L Hertell pump provides quick and efficient loading of the tanker, while combining reliability and durability.
The ST1200 is also fitted with hydraulic brakes and lights, which are fully integrated, as standard. This ensures it is safe to operate and complies with all current health and safety legislation.
This impressive standard specification and quality of build ensures that a Marshall ST1200 is capable of tackling a huge variety of tasks without any problems.
Features at a Glance
- A quality 8000L Hertell pump
- Standard 6mm steel tank (ensures a long lifespan)
- Standard 6” side valve (with interchangeable rear mounting position)
- Liquid filled 75mm gauge (allows for accurate pressure readings)
- Fully integrated lights
- Integral design chassis (ensures no fatigue that can produce premature cracking)
- Tanks that hold the stated capacity (even the LGP cut in tanks are increased in size to compensate for the cut out part)
- Genuine Marshall Spares – a full collection of spares are available for all models in the range
Tank Design – Every model has a 6mm thick steel tank that is rolled and fully-welded by a sub-arc welder to ensure a consistent and robust finish. Inside the tank there are baffles to ensure material is transported safely and reinforcing rings to further enhance the tanks strength. It is also important to note that all our tanks hold the stated capacity; even our LGP cut in tanks are increased in size to compensate for the cut-out part.
Chassis Design – The overall rigidity of our tanker range is boosted by our integral chassis. which supports the tank to reduce fatigue and prevent premature failure.
ST Axles & Braking – Every model has hydraulic brakes as standard with the option to upgrade to air brakes. Our ST/2000 model upwards has 406 x 120 10 stud commercial axles and spring drawbars as standard to ensure safe movement on the road. Dropped axles are also standard on these larger models to lower the centre of gravity and improve stability.
Lights – Lights are also standard on all models with the option to upgrade to LED lights and fit a LED beacon.
Pump – Either an 8,000ltr or 10,000ltr Hertell pump is standard on our tankers to ensure fast filling and discharging of material. There is also an option to fit a hydraulic drive pump or Garda pump depending on the application of the tanker.
Dual Slurry Trap System – The entire range benefits from our dual protection system. The first line of protection is a specially designed double-ball set-up in the tank that stops the vacuum once it has reached a certain level. If any froth should manage to by-pass this system then there is a slurry trap in the large syphon box to catch any residue.
Valves – Every model has a hand operated side valve as standard, which can also be positioned on the rear to allow for easy filling. It is also possible to specify a different position for filling as an option.
Gauges & Sight-glasses – All our models have a liquid filled 75mm gauge to provide accurate pressure readings and ensure safe loading of the tank. Furthermore two sight-glasses at the front and rear of the tanker allow the operator to know when the tank is full.
Paint Finish – Since November 2011 we have shot-blasted, this is acknowledged in the paint industry as the best possible method for preparing steel for painting. The shot-blasting creates a profile for the paint to adhere to, improving adhesion and in turn the protection offered to the steel. Our five man team of trained sprayers then use the latest spraying equipment to finish our products with a dual layer paint finish. Every machine is finished with 80 microns of high-build primer and 50 microns of gloss polyurethane; this combination provides excellent protection and a high-quality finish.
Delivery – Marshall Trailers uses a computerized build system to plan production to ensure that machines are delivered on time. The final stage of delivery is undertake by our two artic lorries, a 7.5ton rigid lorry and a number of other haulage partners.
Spare Parts – Marshall Trailers has a full selection of spare parts for all our ranges, most of which can be dispatched immediately. In some cases we have spares for machines dating back forty years, which gives of mind when you buy a Marshall that you will be properly supported well into the future.