Kenworth delivers 250,000th T800

Trican Well Service recently took delivery of the 250,000th T800 produced by Kenworth Truck Co. A celebration of the milestone truck was held at the Kenworth assembly line in Renton, WA.

Trican is a provider of oil and gas pumping services. It is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada with worldwide operations in Canada, the U.S., Russia, Kazakhstan, Australia, and North Africa.

“The Kenworth T800 is a versatile, hard-working truck that customers can count upon in a diversity of demanding vocational and on-highway applications,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth general manager and Paccar vice president. “Kenworth celebrated the T800’s 25th anniversary last year, and now we celebrate another significant milestone – the 250,000th T800. We thank Trican for being a strong T800 supporter and a loyal Kenworth customer.”

Trican’s tridem T800 is powered by a Cummins ISX15 500 hp. engine rated at 1,850 lbs.-ft. of torque at 1,200 rpm. It has an 18-spd. manual transmission.

Inside, it features Kenworth’s Diamond Cab interior with NavPlus and 38-in. AeroCab sleeper. Other specs include Kenworth’s 1,780 sq.-in. cooling module, Kenworth AG690 rear suspension, Dana Spicer D2000 20,000-lb. standard track front axle, 20,000-lb. Watson and Chalin steerable pusher axle, factory-installed transmission power takeoff (PTO) and auxiliary split-shaft PTO, and front and rear Bendix air disc brakes.

“The Kenworth T800 has been a very high-performing, productive truck for Trican since we began purchasing T800s about 15 years ago,” said Don Luft, president & COO of Trican. “It’s a special moment to receive the 250,000th T800. We certainly appreciate the efforts of Kenworth and its employees to provide us with excellent trucks that get the job done in our tough, demanding applications in the oilfields.”

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