ECI Fuel Systems has unveiled the GOAT Tank™ line of mobile fueling systems. The GOAT Tank system is a fully assembled DOT-compliant transfer tank that fits in the bed of a full-size pickup truck, with a sleek design that hides the pump, filter, nozzle, and hose.
“The GOAT Tank system is designed specifically to overcome consumer concerns regarding assembling and wiring a system that stores and pumps gas or diesel from the bed of their truck,” David Mitchell, sales manager of ECI Fuel Systems, says. “We also designed it to look great in the bed of a truck with all the components stowed inside the sleek powder-coated unit.”
The GOAT Tank mounts into the bed of a truck and connects to the power supply. It provides greater accuracy with a digital fuel gauge and enhanced security with a control panel that automatically locks to prevent unauthorized use. The GOAT Tank also eliminates fuel spillage by automatically reversing the pump returning any fuel remaining in the hose and nozzle back into the tank.
The GOAT Tank system pumps gas or diesel at rates comparable to a standard gas station, using a GPI fuel transfer pump. Both the tank and GPI pump are manufactured in the USA, and the entire system is assembled and tested at ECI’s manufacturing facility in Upland, California.
The GOAT refueling system is DOT compliant right out of the box.
“We’ve known the team at ECI for many years,” Vic Lucik, CEO of Great Plains Industries, says. “It made perfect sense for us to work together on the GOAT Tank to meet the market demand for a complete system that is easy to install, looks great in the bed of the truck, and also meets strict regulatory requirements.”
GOAT Tanks are available in four configurations from 54 gallons to 115 gallons. GOAT Tanks will be available through truck specialty retailers and farm and ranch retailers nationwide starting in June/July 2020.
Find out more, visit www.goattank.com