Carrytank® Pick-up awarded as “Technical innovation" at Agrilevante


Carrytank® Pick-up awarded as “Technical innovation" at Agrilevante

CAMPOGALLIANO (ITALY) – A few months after the debut, Carrytank® has been awarded with an international prize: it’s an honour for the innovative product line of tanks, Carrytank® Pick-up, launched by the Italian company Emiliana Serbatoi and specifically designed to be easily installed into the back of a pick-up truck.
The model 400+50 combined for Diesel fuel and AdBlue®/Def has been awarded for the competition “Technical innovations Agrilevante by Eima 2019” with the recognition of “Technical innovation”, one of the 5 most rated innovations among all participants. This important assignment will be formalized during the forthcoming Agrilevante trade fair, the international exhibition of machinery, plants and technologies for agricultural production that will take place in Bari, Italy, from 10th to 13th October. The event is well-know for being the most important trade fair dedicated to the primary sector in the Mediterranean region: a traditional event for Emiliana Serbatoi that will be present with the stand C5 of the New Pavilion.
The prize represents a significant certification for the Carrytank® pick-up line, the polyethylene tanks for the transport and delivery of diesel fuel and AdBlue®/Def that, thanks to versatility and ease of use, allows almost unlimited refueling operations both in professional fields and in leisure activities.
The new concept, in addition to the existing models, is specifically designed to be easily installed into the back of a pick-up trucks: the tank’s hips have been modified and the bases have been narrowed to allow the installation between the wheel arches of the back of pickups. Moreover, internal breakwater bulkheads guarantee excellent vehicle’s stability.
These new polyethylene tanks are available in different capacities. The range includes 330 liters, 440 liters and the awarded 400+50 version; an important message from customer feedbacks that not only Diesel but also AdBlue®/Def will become a primary necessity for users to feed near future for the new generation engines. As a consequence, it was designed a system that could meet both demands. This was the genesis of the tank which serves two purposes: most of the space is given to Diesel fuel, 400 liters, while Urea-based solution is contained in a 50-liters removable tank which is very easy and handy to use.
AdBlue®/Def container can be easily extracted from the tank body and becomes transportable. With few movements the convenience of having the storage of both liquids is guaranteed and diversified by the use of different colours. Both tanks are equipped with a pump with hose and nozzle for an independent dispensing without underrating the safety and efficiency which always mark Emiliana Serbatoi’s products.

THE COMPANY – Today, Emiliana Serbatoi is an international leading manufacturer of tanks and advanced fuel solutions for the safe storage, transport, management and supply of fuels and liquids in general.
The company, guided by Gian Lauro Morselli, counts on the skillful work of about ninety employees and has achieved a turnover of over 25 million euros, equally divided between local and foreign market. Servicing diverse areas as earth-moving, agriculture, oil & gas sectors, automotive, transport field, marine, aviation, food, industrial and client rapid response needs since its founding in 1983, Emiliana Serbatoi has gained a reputation as the leader in the design, production, supply of fuelling systems to clients and customers in both the European and global markets. ES’ headquarther is in Campogalliano, a few steps from the entrance of Brennero highway which is a real “door” towards Europe, while some years ago a second manufacturing plant was acquired in San Donà di Piave, close to Venice.

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