POLYETHYLENE FIRE FIGHTING UNIT 800L [BARE / NO PUMP] [SQF800B] [TFFIRE] 800L for sale $1,264
|Title||POLYETHYLENE FIRE FIGHTING UNIT 800L [BARE / NO PUMP] [SQF800B] [TFFIRE] 800L|
|Price||AUD $1,264 Price EX GST|
|Stock Number||TFFIRE SQF800B|
Fire Fighting Unit 800L [Bare / No Pump] [SQF800B] [TFFIRE]
Baffled 800L polyethylene water tank.
Length: 1800 mm
Height: 760 mm
Baffled 800L capacity tank,
Comes with tank, base plate, BSP fittings, suction hose (no pump/motor, no hose).
Fits neatly across back of 1 tonne aluminium tray.
Screw on lid with breather, calibrated sight line, mounting inserts for 1 or 2 hose reels.
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WHOLESALE PRICE: $ 1,264.00 + GST
All Prices ex warehouse, competitive freight rates Australia wide, next day shipment.
Need Finance: We have reputable contacts through all the major Banks and Finance Brokers that offer competitive market Finance rates. Brokers are available 7 days a week and are mobile to assist clients with their inquires.
Fire Fighting pump units.
Optional Fire Fighting Hose Reel.
Shipment between 3 to 5 days ex-warehouse, transport rates available Australia wide!!
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to view all products to that we sell suitable to the above listed make and models of machinery ) www.southerntool.com.au ( Please go directly to our website
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