Transfer Flow Drop Tests 125 Gallon Fuel Tank

Huhuhuh… Hey, Beavis. Check this Out…

You don’t normally drop test a fuel tank but Transfer Flow wasn’t afraid to do that just to show how durable the things are. When you see their roster, you’ll understand why.

Transfer Flow’s Northern California plant is known for not only its engineering team but also its tooling capabilities. Companies rely on the Nor Cal operation to strengthen their fuel tank designs, as well as design and manufacture non-fuel tank products. The Transfer Flow engineering team consists of mechanical, computer, mechatronical and professional engineers. Moreover, the manufacturing plant includes four welding robots, two Cincinnati laser cutters, a Haas CNC vertical mill, CNC tube benders, three break presses, and some of the best human welders in Northern California. So yeah, drop testing a 125-gallon tank? No problem.



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ABOUT Transfer Flow®

Transfer Flows story began in 1983 in the beautiful and historic town of Chico, California, when former General Motors engineer Bill Gaines, founded the company as an OEM fuel system supplier for the motorhome and travel trailer industry. TFI quickly expanded into the mobility, work body, and mainstream automotive industries, and by 1994 the company relocated to a 35,000 square-foot manufacturing facility as demand continued to grow. Six years later, a 20,000 square foot building was built on an adjacent 3-acre parcel, and finally in 2008, a 15,000 square-foot warehouse was also added.