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SEDA launch Jumboline MDS2

SEDA Jumboline MDS2
SEDA's latest Jumboline MDS2 offers a compact depollution system with fixed and mobile versions.
SEDA has introduced a new compact ELV drainage system called Jumboline. This system comes in either fixed or mobile versions, allowing for situations where a permanent system is not required.


Designed to be a robust system, SEDA tell us that you will be able to depollute vehicles quickly and efficiently, removing petrol, diesel, brake fluid, coolant, washer fluid and waste oils.

seda All-in-One solution
The mobile JumboLine MDS2 version consists of a welded and galvanized platform with anti-slip security grates. This efficient and sophisticated station includes an integrated suction system with double diaphragm pumps and comes with an optical quality control for the fuel. It also has two swing arms, one with the industry’s only ATEX certified TankDrillingMachine for fuel and a second, pneumatically height adjustable, double funnel for waste oil. Optionally you can add accessories such as a SOG2 (shock absorber evacuation unit) or a HoseGun to pierce the hydraulic hoses for extracting hydraulic oil.

The MDS2 JumboLine, like all SEDA systems, can be combined with their mobile tank platform TPF5. This system has been built to the highest standards including GS, CE and ATEX certification. Three 900 litre tanks (petrol, diesel and waste oil) and two 750 litre tanks for washer and coolant fluid alongside further accessories makes the TPF5, what SEDA believe is the most convenient storage tank platform on the market.

Find out more about the SEDA Jumboline MDS2 here or the TPF5 TankPlatform here, or any of their additional equipment on SEDA's main website.

November 2015

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