ASME Tank Container
The Spec. of ASME Tank Container
|For non dangerous liquids, minimum pressure 45kPa||T0|
|For non dangerous liquids, minimum pressure 150kPa||Tl|
|For non dangerous liquids, minimum pressure 265kPa||T2|
|For dangerous liquids, minimum pressure 150kPa||T3|
|For dangerous liquids, minimum pressure 265kPa||T4|
|For dangerous liquids, minimum pressure 40kPa||T5|
|For dangerous liquids, minimum pressure 60kPa||T6|
|For gases, minimum pressure 910kPa||T7|
|For gases, minimum pressure 220 kPa||T8|
|For gases, minimum pressure (to be decided)||T9|
ASME Tank containers made out of stainless steel, with insulation, as well as a protective layer of aluminum or polyurethane, are used to ship and store hazardous and non-hazardous materials such as liquids, powders, and gasses available in size from 21,000 LITRE to 26,000 LITRE.
whick is the most efficient way to transport liquids, gasses and hazardous materials.
A 20ft cryogenic LNG ISO container provides a storage capacity of 22,000 liters at a working pressure of 17 BARG. Container size (L x W x H/mm): 6058 x 2438 x 2591 Filling capacity: 22,000 liters.
Cryogenic liquids—liquids having a normal boiling point below -130°F at 14.7 psia (-90°C at 101 kPa, abs.)—fall under unique considerations as they are kept in their liquid state at extremely low temperatures.
These liquefied gases possess unique qualities that make them ideal for a medley of applications.
Argon is used in the lighting industry for fitting bulbs, helium keeps satellite instruments cool and fills balloons, nitrogen acts a refrigerant and provides an unreactive atmosphere, and oxygen—the gas that sustains your life—is valued for its reactivity.
ASME Tank containers – Insulated Cargo Tank – DSW INTERNATIONAL