This is one of many designs that JOMAC has to offer for the Propane Service Industry. It is another fine example of JOMAC's dedication to perfection when it comes to building the best service trucks in the business.
The truck is based on a 2013 Ford F-550 4x4 diesel cab and 19,500 GVWR chassis. JOMAC frequently uses these exceptional work-horses as a jumping-off point for builds. This propane truck body is made from aluminum. JOMAC used aluminum for this service body and uses aluminum on every upfit. Aluminum is lighter weight and more durable than steel. What that ultimately means for you is less stress placed on your drive train, and subsequently more cash in your pocket.
Aside from these features, the truck also has an articulated/knuckle boom crane that can be operated via one of JOMAC's wireless remote control units. It also features the JOVAC. JOVAC is JOMAC's patented hydraulic propane vapor evacuation pump that utilizes the PTO hydraulic system on your truck. The JOVAC is 20% faster than the majority of other pumps and eliminates the problems and dangers associated with bulky, noisy, gas powered evacuation pumps currently on the market. This means there are no sparks or high heat that may be associated with gas driven units. No need to carry gasoline, no problem starts in cold weather, no adjusting belts or slipping clutches, no more engine motor oil to check either since the JOVAC is driven by the hydraulic system on your truck.
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The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), has just finished its first year with a new certification program for service truck crane operators. The Service Truck Crane Certification (STC) is a subcategory of the Crane Operators Telescopic Boom-Fixed Cab Certification (TSS). The STC Certification is designed specifically for experienced crane operators.