What is a water bowser truck? Introduction to the structure and classification of water bowser truck
Water bowser truck is a special vehicle specially used for loading and transporting water. Water bowser truck is widely used in sanitation, oil transportation, and chemical product transportation.
The production of Water bowser truck tank body adopts automatic assembly line. The tank body production process is divided into: blanking, automatic welding of splicing plates, head spinning forming, tank body one-time roll forming and other domestic advanced production processes. Water bowser truck tank materials are mostly made of high-quality carbon steel plates. For special purposes, 304 stainless steel can also be used according to customer needs. The tank volume is "4 cubic meters, 5 cubic meters, 6 cubic meters, 8 cubic meters, 10 cubic meters, 13 cubic meters, 15 cubic meters” and so on. The piping system consists of pipes, four-position three-way ball valves, straight-through ball valves, filter screens, water outlets, front flushing and back spraying, side spraying; high-position side showers.
The rear working platform of the Water bowser truck is composed of green sprinklers. The operating system is mainly driven by the engine to drive the gearbox, and the power take-off installed on the gearbox drives the sprinkler pump. The sprinkler pump generates power and sprays the liquid inside the tank through the pipe network. It can be adjusted into a column shape with a range of ≥28m; it can also be adjusted into a fog shape with a range of ≥5m. The sprinkler pump is equipped with a high-power special sprinkler pump for sprinklers and greening sprinklers, with fire-fighting joints, self-flowing valves, and self-priming function.
Water bowser truck can be equipped with optional equipment: it can be equipped with advanced facilities such as medicine spraying tray, medicine pump, tank anti-corrosion and anti-rust, multi-directional water inlet and outlet joints, solenoid valves, pneumatic valves, etc. to meet the needs of different users. The cab and the sprinkler cab are divided into: pointed cab, or flat-head cab, also known as long-head cab and short-head cab. The power take-off is pneumatically operated. The operating switch is pulled backwards, the power take-off tooth enters the engaged position, and the water pump is driven through the transmission shaft. The switch returns to the forward position, and the water pump stops working.