Based on a tri-axle semi-tailer design, the tanker has been built with a special frame to accommodate its large auxiliary diesel engine, a 524bhp Deutz TCD2015 V6.
The Aberdeen-based operator's new addition also has a hydraulically-operated hinged rear door tested to 4 bar and two 500mm stainless steel access manholes included across the top of the tanker.
A full-length folding low-level catwalk and handrail is also included for safety and ease of operation.
The vehicle is to be used in a range of industrial applications including tank cleaning, deep lifting, removal of heavy sludge and hazardous wastes, as well as the cleaning of boats.
"We've worked with Whale for a number of years now and currently have approximately 20 of their vehicles operating in our fleet," says Alan Lawie, Taylors' engineering manager.
"Whale vehicles offer us long life with excellent reliability and their aftersales service is second to none."