Hydraulic Agitated Sealcoat Tank

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Hydraulic Sealcoating Tank includes forward neutral and reverse gearing for easy agitation. Read more
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Financing Available for Qualified CustomersOur hydraulic sealcoat tanks are built to last. We have 7 gauge heads with 10 gauge sidewalls which is hard to find in today's market as companies tend to skimp on steel quality.

Includes a powerful 6.5 HP Honda with hydraulic pump along with forward, reverse & neutral gear control for easy agitation control. 6 paddles with rubber blades assures that the tank remains clean and fully agitated.

The 1.5 inch agitation shaft ensures that your agitation has the strength it needs to survive the rugged abuse that the sealcoating tanks take with heavy sand loads.

Tank is finished with a high quality Primer and Black Paint for protection and to prevent rust.

Our Sealcoating Tanks are designed with the applicator in mind, adding special features to make your job easier. We take pride in manufacturing the most durable equipment, with practical designs to benefit your company. These steel tanks are more durable than less expensive poly tanks and more versatile. You can weld to fix any problem areas and you can also weld parts to the tank to accessorize it. Neither of these things are options on poly tanks. These tanks are also UV resistant.

FAQ

Will this system spray sealer with sand?

Yes, this unit can handle a normal or light sand load.

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Customer Questions
How do I remove or clean off the sealer stain when it dried out?
It's best to always have a bucket of soap and water handy. If there are stains, try an orange based hand cleaner available at any auto parts store. Apply to the overspray and let it work in for several minutes before removing with soapy water. You may have to repeat this application several times.
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