Titan specializes in designing innovative aftermarket fuel tank solutions and has invested in a staff of fuel tank engineering experts. The company serves the needs of fleets and other end-users of Ford, GMC, Chevrolet and Dodge brands. Titan's engineering process includes the use of sophisticated finite element analysis (FEA), which enables operators to simulate a full complement of dynamic stresses on individual components and on the system as a whole. Simulations often include virtual crash testing, off-road strain and accelerated aging.
Titan's cross-linked polyethylene tank is designed to replace the following original Ford Econoline cut-away equipment part numbers:
Years 1999-2001: 2C2Z9002A
Years 2002-2003: 2C2Z9002EB
Years 2004-2008: 7C2Z9002F
Years 2009-2010: 9C2Z9002F
The original equipment steel tanks are found on a wide variety of vehicles built on the 1999-2010 Econoline diesel cut-away cab and chassis platform, including box trucks, ambulances and Class-C recreational vehicles.
Titan's new cross-linked polyethylene fuel tank eliminates contaminants in 1999-2010 Ford diesel trucks
Engineered polymer tanks eliminate steel tank lining delamination and associated fuel path problems attributed to variations in diesel fuels and additives