Tank Trailer Hopper Tee Outperforms Competition

Tank Trailer Hopper Tee Outperforms Competition
The BlackMaxx Super SandHog Hopper Tee will be available third quarter of 2014 and offered in a bottom drop or straight version along with male and female cam lock connections.

Bulk Tank Inc. of Park Hills, Mo., announced the development of a material that increases the wear of their popular SandHog Hopper Tees. The new BlackMaxx Super SandHog Tee, in addition to incorporating the new material, also provides a corrosion resistant exterior with a cathodic epoxy coating. 

BTI experienced great success with the original SandHog Tee with patented design features such as a pocket that accumulates sand. This pocket provides an area for product to wear against itself instead of the wall of the tee. The longevity of the product and competitive price point helped to propel the tee in the frac sand and sliding abrasive material market place. 

“Months of product testing went into the development of the new BlackMaxx Super SandHog Tee and we feel we have raised the bar, raised it by 37 percent,” said Dave Sisk, president of BTI. “The original SandHog increased the life of a hopper tee over twice as long as a standard steel hopper tee and with the development of this new tee we’re increasing that by 37 percent, we’re very excited about this new offering.” 

The BlackMaxx Super SandHog Hopper Tee will be available third quarter of 2014 and offered in a bottom drop or straight version along with male and female cam lock connections. It is another exciting example of BTI’s innovative product design, and is proudly and completely made in the USA, including all materials and labor. As with all of its products, Bulk Tank Inc. unconditionally guarantees the BlackMaxx SandHog Hopper Tee will outperform any similar products on the market today. 

For more information, visit www.bulktankinc.com.



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