Transport Base Options

Moving your Sump Shark through the plant

Transport Base Options

CECOR offers a variety of transport options. The transport base options are based on tank size or configuration due to safety and/or ease of use. You have a few options to pick from depending on what will work best for your application. This will depend on the best way to transport in your plant and the distance you will need to travel.

Depending on sump shark size, there are multiple ways to transport the sump shark.

  • Push by hand
  • Tow with a tugger
  • Lift with a forklift
  • Custom trailer, walk/ride pallet jack or truck

The different options and the unit they apply to are listed below. The two letter or three letter description is part of the model number.


PL – Push/Lift

Hand push and/or lift with fork pockets
This option has three wheels

Standard on models

Single Tanks:
60 gallon

Hand push, Tow and/or lift with fork pockets
This option has three wheels

Standard on models

Push bar, Tow link & Fork pockets
Three wheels

Standard on models

Single Tanks:
90 – 200 gallon

Push bar and Tow link
Three wheels

Standard on models

Combination:
60/60 – 100/100 gallon

Three or four wheels

Standard on models

Single Tanks:
300 – 500 gallons

Combination:
150/150 – 250/250 gallons

Custom mounting – Mounted on horizontal sub-frame for flat-deck installation. Includes selection of (8) holes for 5/8” mounting bolts.

Standard on models

Single Tanks:
600 gallons

Combination:
300/300 gallons


CB1 – Custom trailer base

Mounting on trailer bed

Optional on models

Single Tanks:
600 gallons

Combination:
300/300 gallons

Sump cleaner on trailer

CB5 – Burden carrier base

Mounting on burden carrier

Optional on models

Single Tanks:
175 to 400 gallons

Combination:
100/100 to 200/200 gallons


CB6 – Walk/Ride base

Mounting on walk/ride pallet jack

Optional on models

Single Tanks:
175 to 400 gallons

Combination:
100/100 to 200/200 gallons