New American Eagle Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer Eliminates Need for CDL Hazmat Certification

American Eagle is proud to expand its FuelMate® Fuel Trailer line with the new Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer.

American Eagle is proud to expand its FuelMate® Fuel Trailer line with the new Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer. The multi-tank design enables contractors to haul diesel fuel without the need for CDL hazmat certification — helping them stay DOT-compliant while saving on equipment and driver costs.
American Eagle is proud to expand its FuelMate® Fuel Trailer line with the new Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer. The multi-tank design enables contractors to haul diesel fuel without the need for CDL hazmat certification — helping them stay DOT-compliant while saving on equipment and driver costs.
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American Eagle is proud to expand its FuelMate® Fuel Trailer line with the new Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer. The multi-tank design enables contractors to haul diesel fuel without the need for CDL hazmat certification — helping them stay DOT-compliant while saving on equipment and driver costs. American Eagle launched the product at CONEXPO-CON/AGG® 2020, March 10-14 in Las Vegas (South Hall, Booth S60829).

The American Eagle Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer is a great alternative to fuel transfer tanks and dedicated fuel trucks, because it does not require a dedicated chassis and frees up CDL hazmat operators.

The fuel trailer is equipped with seven 110-gallon internally baffled fuel tanks with sight gauge, vented cap and tank breather. It also features one 110-gallon stainless steel DEF tank, work lighting and a drawer system. Additional features and benefits of the American Eagle Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer include:

  • A spacious, ergonomically useful 54-inch cabinet with two “gull wing” doors.
  • Tube framing that is stronger than channel iron.
  • A spring leaf that is more durable and easier to replace.
  • A primer powder coat for superior salt spray performance, durability and a premium finish.

“Our new Multi-Tank Fuel Trailer enables contractors to make better use of their time, team, and money when transporting fuel,” said Jason Vertin, American Eagle Product Manager.

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