Firetruck in Arkansas was hit by a drunk driver. The truck and the tank were both damaged (broken seam). We traveled to Arkansas to repair it.
Hilton Head Fire and Rescue had a leak in their tank around a bung designed for lifting the tank (for installation and removal). What looks like mud around the bung is from dirty water leaking. Someone had attempted a repair before but it didn't hold up. We cut out the old repair and re-welded it.
Fire department damaged their tank while making modifications to the bed to lower the overall weight of the truck..Tank was leaking around the bottom where it attaches to the base. We repaired the leaks and re-welded around the entire base to ensure it would be stronger than before and hold up for years to come.
Ever wondered what the inside of a firetruck looks like? This is a 3,000 gallon tank for a firetruck. We went to Arkansas to do some repairs on this one. Had a leak and broken baffles. It's now ready to go back into service to help save lives and property.
This tank had two leaks in different corners. The tanks was repaired and filled with water to test for leaks.