Branick 130 Nitrogen Auto-Inflator / Cylinder Combo Cart PN 00-0139
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Branick 130 Nitrogen Auto-Inflator / Cylinder Combo Cart PN 00-0139

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  • Product SKU: 130
$2,032.05

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All orders shipped to a RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS will be subject to Additional charges from all carriers at this time.
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Branick 130 Nitrogen Auto-Inflator / Cylinder Combo Cart P/N 00-0139

Part Number: 00-0139

Need flexibility with automotive, light truck or commercial nitrogen inflation? The Model 130 Cart allows you to either connect to a generator or use the cylinder configuration to deliver high purity nitrogen service with easy mobility. The Model 130 is fully automatic and comes standard with four hoses with clip chucks, though there are six conversion ports capable of handling duallies or spares. The unit can operate all day on battery power or can be plugged into a 110v outlet. With features like full programmability, a top-off function and a pressure range up to 145 psi, the model 130 will make your nitrogen service simple, fast and economical.

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Branick 130 Nitrogen Auto-Inflator / Cylinder Combo Cart P/N 00-0139

Part Number: 00-0139

Need flexibility with automotive, light truck or commercial nitrogen inflation? The Model 130 Cart allows you to either connect to a generator or use the cylinder configuration to deliver high purity nitrogen service with easy mobility. The Model 130 is fully automatic and comes standard with four hoses with clip chucks, though there are six conversion ports capable of handling duallies or spares. The unit can operate all day on battery power or can be plugged into a 110v outlet. With features like full programmability, a top-off function and a pressure range up to 145 psi, the model 130 will make your nitrogen service simple, fast and economical.

  • Max Inlet Pressure...............217psi(15bar)
  • Max Inflation Pressure........145psi(10bar)
  • Display Increments.............1psi(0.1bar)
  • Inflator Accuracy..................+/-0.5% ofFullScale
  • Operating Temp..................-4oto158oF
  • Inlet Port..............................1/4”NPT
  • Weight.................................160lbs
  • Dimensions (inches)..........20DX23W X59H
  • Weight: 160 LBS


Features

  • HandsFreeAuto-inflator
  • Convert up to 6 Tires (requires 2 optional hoses)
  • Rechargable Battery with Indicator
  • Convenient Tray
  • Durable All Steel Construction

This Item Qualifies for FREE LTL SHIPPING  (via Truck)  it applies only to destinations within the 48 contiguous United States. Alaska, Hawaii, and any/all US territories and international orders are excluded.

LTL Freight Shipping Options 
  • LIMITED ACCESS - commercial / non-commercial / Farms(+ $85.00)
  • Lift Gate Is Required.(+$150.00)
  • I have a forklift for unloading Freight at My Business location
  • I have a way of unloading Freight at my location
  • Deliver to local freight terminal for pickup.

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What is LIMITED ACCESS

Limited access charges were created to compensate LTL carriers for additional time spent at a shipments' pick up or delivery locations and constraints that can result from these specific locations. Limited access is defined as meeting any of the following conditions:

  • Not open to the walk-in public during normal business hours
  • Not having personnel readily available to assist with the delivery or pickup function
  • Not having access to loading dock or platform
  • Sites where carriers are delayed with security related inspections and processes prior to freight tender

Did you know: Some of these high security locations will ask for a driver’s license and drivers have the right to refuse to do so? This causes the carrier to find a driver who is willing to do so, which in turn causes a domino effect or constraint on the daily operations of that particular terminal.

In order to avoid unexpected charges it is best practice to ask the consignee if they have a dock or way to unload the freight and ask them if they need a liftgate for delivery. Liftgates are commonly associated with limited access and if the consignee advises they don’t need a liftgate let them know that if the driver offers a liftgate and if it is used or signed for even though it was not used, there will be an additional fee charged to them.

Limited access fees can be assessed on both commercial and non-commercial delivery sites. Charges and what constitutes as a limited access will vary based on carrier, but here are some of the most common examples:

  • Camps, Carnivals, Fairs
  • Churches, Mosques, Synagogues, Temples
  • Schools (not including colleges and universities)
  • Colleges and Universities without a dock
  • Medical/Urgent care sites without a dock
  • Prisons
  • Individual / Mini Storage Units
  • Mines, Quarries, Natural Gas or Oil Fields
  • Golf Courses, Country Clubs
  • Nuclear Power Plants
  • Military Bases/Installations
  • Parks, Farms and Rural locations
  • Courthouses
  • Daycares
  • Hotels, Motels, Retirement/Nursing Homes
  • Restaurants
  • Cemeteries
  • Convents
  • Amusement Parks
  • Construction Sites
  • Outdoor Flea Markets

Google Maps is a great tool that can be used to help explain whether or not a location has limited access. However, please keep in mind that even though the location is easy to get in and out of and they may have the necessary equipment to unload they may still be considered limited access. Some great examples of this are as follows:

  • Farms: While they are easy to get to and have equipment, they usually take the driver off his/her usual route which causes delays for the other shipments on the trailer
  • Mini Storage Units: The driver will have to use a smaller trailer with or without a liftgate and thus make fewer deliveries that day because of the space available on the trailer, so the charges are there to compensate for this
  • Carriers normally have fewer trailers with liftgates which makes this even more difficult when the volume of limited access or liftgate shipments goes up

Keep in mind: Commercial buildings with docks are normally clustered in the same area, a carrier can easily make multiple pickups or deliveries in a business park in the same time it may take to make one limited access delivery.