Treloar Products

We specialise in engineering and supplying reliable critical fluid transfer equipment for tank trucks, service stations, terminals, depots, gas production plants and more.


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  • Nozzles & Dispensing Equipment
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Dec 08, 2021
Case Study: Wesfarmers-CSBP liquid ammonia loading arms
Wesfarmers-CSBP has been using a Treloar solution for their liquid ammonia transfer system since it was originally installed in 1998 when Treloar worked with an international supplier to deliver many cutting edge projects and introduce new technologies to Australia. In this case, it was for Ammonia ...

Nov 26, 2021
An Australian-first innovation for bottom-loading sulphuric acid
In mid-2021 a local metals processing plant - part of a global multi-metal business approached Treloar with a unique request to determine the possibility of bottom loading trucks with 98.5% sulphuric acid. 

Oct 24, 2021
The Treloar Difference: Problem solving through the sales process
At Treloar, we don’t just manufacture and sell products. We prefer to utilise our in-depth technical knowledge to deliver solutions that not only help solve our client’s immediate needs but also uncover and solve problems.

Oct 14, 2021
Visy Floating Suction Project: Manufacture and Testing Update
OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK Our progress with the Visy project this week was centred around the completion of the manufacturing phase, assembly and testing, and final revisions. It was another big week with the deadline looming, and more creative problem solving was required to deliver the solution to ...

Oct 13, 2021
Visy Floating Suction Project: Progress Update
OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK The Treloar team has been hard at work this week finalising construction and preparing Visy’s custom floating suction for delivery. The process thus far has been relatively smooth, despite the team’s problem solving skills being called into action to successfully address some ...