Frac Trucks... some call them soup trucks, kettle trucks or frack trucks.
Some of these tanker trailers are used to haul
frac sand or cement for
gas well casings.
Whatever the name or use of these various trucks, they usually catch your attention when they are
parked roadside or travelling down the highway as oversize loads.
All kinds of weird
plumbing, pipes and gauges not seen in everyday life. Some carry
containers of frac fluids
or other devices that you never saw anything quite like before.
Equipment used for installing and fracking Marcellus Shale gas
Flatbed truck on left carries plastic containers holding frac
Green frac tanks (left) and yellow 'Sand Kings' (right)
Tractor trailer that transports frac sand
Frac fluids in plastic containers
on flatbed truck
Halliburton frac fluids on a tractor trailer at a
Tanker truck is carrying hydrochloric acid 1789 Placards
Halliburton trailer used for well casings
Two kettle trailers on a Marcellus drilling
Close up of Halliburton kettle trailer
Superior Well Services trailer mounted
to several more fracture pumps to create up to
for fracturing Marcellus Shale
Tractor trailer used for frac
Plastic frack fluid container inside
protective metal crate
Fracture Pump Truck Ten or more of these trucks are used at the same time to
create the pressure needed to fracture Marcellus shale
Frac chemicals at a Halliburton fracking