Build Your Own ATL FueLocker

MaritimeEquipment.com
Thursday, August 15, 2013
Photo: Aero Tec Laboratories

Aero Tec Laboratories (ATL) of Ramsey, N.J. is now offering its custom fuel bladder services to the sport fishing and yachting community. For nearly 45 years, ATL has developed rugged and reliable flexible containment devices for the motorsports, aviation, military and marine industries. Over the years, ATL has worked with leading boat and yacht manufacturers and has absorbed valuable customer feedback, giving them a broad understanding of the needs of the marine market.

ATL’s innovative series of FueLocker fuel bladders provide a vital auxiliary fuel source that allows sport fish boats to push further offshore and yachts to reach exotic destinations without the burden of their vessel’s limited fuel capacity.

ATL realizes that deck space is extremely valuable. In most instances, standard deck mounted rigid tanks are cumbersome and simply consume too much space.

Aero Tec’s custom fabrication capabilities allow captains and owners the ability to specially tailor bladder sizes and configurations to best utilize available deck space.

ATL can build fully self-supporting, military-spec rubberized fuel bladders in a wide array of shapes and sizes that safely accept gasoline or diesel fuels. When not in use, all ATL bladders are completely collapsible which makes for effortless transport and compact storage.

In addition to their custom capabilities, ATL’s warehouse is fully stocked with a complete line of space-saving ATL FueLockers in seven standard sizes varying from 50-500 gallons.

Contact an ATL sales engineer today with any questions or log on to boatbladders.com to learn more about ATL’s custom and standard line of FueLocker range extension fuel bladders.

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