North Slope Transport

North Slope Transport

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Heavy duty construction

Extra wide track and high GVW ratings are typical with this special equipment. This equipment is designed for severe service on the north slope of Alaska and the unique demands above the Arctic Circle.

Hand railings on top

Custom railing is common for this area known for high winds and safety conscious customers.

Full width mud flaps

Ice and snow buildup as well as protection from road hazards are taken seriously resulting in extra mudflaps in strategic areas.

Extra wide base

Trailers built beyond the typical 96" or 102" wide are not uncommon.

One-piece aluminum frames

The front and rear aluminum frames are solid-welded to tank pads and formed top to bottom to eliminate a separate lower suspension frame. The Beall aluminum sub frames provide a strong and light weight connection between the running gear and the barrel.

This custom-designed semi trailer was created for hauling fuel in the harsh conditions of the Arctic Circle and beyond on roads not kind to petroleum tankers. Extensive research on the Alaskan North Slope resulted in design features that make Beall's North Slope Transport the envy of Alaska. From a low-profile to well-protected air and electrical lines, every detail of this trailer is engineered for severe service conditions. The tank's single compartment has a capacity of 12,600 gallons. When only extraordinary will do, this is the equipment you need.