Tri-Axle Drop Frame ISO Tank Chassis

Drop frame tank chassis with tandem axle centers of 49in set up to carry one 20ft ISO tank rear of drop.  Low rear deck height for stability and safety.

This drop frame is the workhorse of the tank chassis.  With three axles and a length of 40 ft, this tank chassis can easily haul a 20’ ISO tank container or ISO Tank.  

Drop Frame Chassis is designed and built according to Association of American Railroads (AAR), Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS), International Standards Organization (ISO), American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Department of Transportation (DOT), American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), and  Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association (TTMA) standards. 

Tank Chassis comes standard with low profile tires on 10-hole hub piloted disc wheels and spring suspension. The chassis is lift ready with lift kit optional. Other options include step deck, aluminum wheels and hubs, and air ride.
Stacked up to 3 high for power only transport.
40 Foot Tri-Axle Tank Chassis Specifications:
Overall Length:  40”
Overall Width: 102”
King Pin Location: 18"
Coupler Height: 48"
Frame Height:  41.5” at container
Tare Weight: 9,800 lbs
Main Rails: Fabricated high strength steel main beams
Landing Gear: Two-speed mechanism and square leg tubing with 10” x 10” low profile sand shoes
Suspension: Hutch with Three Leaf Springs (11,000 lb capacity each) 
Axles: Three axles of 5” round and 22,500 lb beam capacity each; 16.5 x 7-inch Q brakes; automatic type slack adjusters   
Axle Centers: 54 1/2"
Brake System: Meritor Wabco 2S/1M Anti-lock Braking System; 30/30 Spring brake chambers
Tires / Wheels  255 / 70R22.5 tires on 10 hole disc wheels
Lift Kit: Lift ready but kit is optional
Electrical: 12 Volt with plug type connectors, 7-way plug, sealed wire harnesses and lights
Twist Locks: Cast steel to engage ISO corner castings
Paint:    Commercial sandblast, primer, and high quality paint system
Other: Conspicuity Tape, Bumper, 24 x 30 Mud Flaps, Fenders