Optional Equipment

Because our trailers are custom built, you don't have to worry about the design of your new work station. Bob Zander Grooming Trailers offers a number of different options when it comes to trailers and trailer equipment so that we're able to meet your specific needs. We strive to provide reliable service. This equipment list is not all inclusive, ask about clipper vacs, shop vac systems, and other custom options.
Air Conditioning with Heat Strip 
4,000 Watt Champion Electric Start Generator (Includes a Mounting Platform on the Tongue) 
Aluminum Generator Enclosure 
4KW Generator and Enclosure Combination Package 
Honda EU3000is Electric Start Generator 
Honda EU7000is Fuel Injected with Electronic Ignition 
12-Gallon Water Heater Upgrade (Standard on 6' x12' Units) 
19-Gallon Water Heater Upgrade 
19-Gallon Water Heater Upgrade
Water Line Freeze Protection Heater 
Additional 15" x 30" Screened Window (Standard on 6' x 12' Units) 
Additional 30" x 30" Screened Window 
Spare Tire Mounted on the Rear Door (Includes Lock and Vinyl Cover)
Un-Mounted Spare Tire 
Mag-Styled Aluminum Wheels (Includes Radial Tires - Single Axle)
Mag Style Wheels Tandem Axle (With Radial Tires) 

Affordable Shore Power

Our trailers are designed to run on shore power. Plugging in at the work site is the most economical way to operate your business. This trailer requires no propane, and the electrical system is designed for maximum power conservation.
Many people think that their customers will complain if they ask to plug in. Groomers across America use shore power whenever possible. We understand that it's not always possible to plug in. You need to be careful so that you don't pop your customer's circuit breaker. But, when it's possible, you'll save money on your operating costs. 
We can equip your grooming salon to run on one of our ultra-quiet Honda power systems or one of our other generators so that you never have to worry about a connection. If you're thinking about going mobile, ask about our hybrid power system. The trailer uses a fuel-sipping 2,000 watt auxiliary generator, giving you great money-saving options when you're on the job.
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