We provide IMO Tank with full design commissioning and project
ISO Tank & Other Containers Supply - New & Used Liquid/Gas TanksWe are in the IMO Tank Container Supply business Experience, selling new and used IMO Tanks.
Currently, we have 100 over units of different types of ISO Tank Containers for Sale:
- IMO 1 Tank 14,000 - 26,000 Litres
- IMO 2 Tank 21,000 - 30,000 Litres
- IMO 5 18,500 - 24,700 Litres
- IMO 7 (LIN/LOX/LAR/LNG/CO2) Tank 19,600 - 21,000 Litres
- Swap Body Tank (Up to 35,000 Litres)
- ISO Cement/Powder Tank
- ISO Bitumen Tank
- ISO Rubber-Lined Tank
- IBC / Drum
Advantages of Tanks:
Tank containers are safe, reliable, and are a cost effective transport medium for moving bulk liquids around the world. Tank containers are designed, tested, and approved for the safe, economical and efficient transportation of a broad range of liquid products. As Per Design Code AD - Merkbltter, ASME and others.
Economy: Lower transportation cost per liter compared to drums, (limited to non-dangerous cargos) for most routes.
Cost Effectiveness: Costly to buy, handle, store, dispose Transportation, terminal, Storage high costs Cost effective fill, ship and unload
Efficiency in use
Rarely reused or reusable, costly disposal Large minimum cargo size - 200 to 500 tons Minimal handling, flexible pipeline
Susceptible to leakage and damage Risks of contamination from pipelines, pumps and storage Optimum safety, robust primary package
Multiple handling and labeling, costly
Restricted destination choice, not door to door
Totally intermodal road, rail, sea, door to door
Large storage area requirement Compatible tank storage, costly Immediate, low cost, secure storage
Lower inventory cost: Isotanks require less inventory cost since they are directly loaded from plant with no waiting time by utilizing regular sea line services. Compared to drums: No previous storage for filling and container stuffing needed. Compared to flexibags: No previous bag fitting needed. Compared to tanker vessels: No need for shipping and receiving of big inventories, also shipments are not subject to tanker vessel availability with long waiting times.
IMO Type 1 tanks
These units are designed for the carriage of:
• Liquids with a flashpoint of less than 0 deg C
• Certain high-hazard toxins or corrosives
• Spontaneously combustible materials
• Cargoes which are dangerous when exposed to moisture
• Oxidizing substances
• Liquids with a total containment pressure of not more than the maximum allowable working pressure of the tank
Note: Corrosive or unstable cargoes may require the vessel to be constructed from special types of steel or specially lined. In no circumstances should liquids be carried if the vapour pressure is at 65 deg C, plus other pressures induced at this temperature, plus 0.35kg/sq cm (15 psi) exceeds the design pressure of the tank.
The standard IMO 1 tank is provided with both a top and bottom outlet.
IMO Type 2 (low hazardous) tanks
These tanks are designed for the carriage of:
• Liquids with a flashpoint of 0 deg C to 61 deg C with no secondary hazard requiring a type 1 tank.
• Certain low-hazard toxins and corrosives
• Liquids with a total containment pressure of less than 1.724 bar (25psi) always provided that the total containment pressure does not exceed the maximum allowable working pressure of the tank.
IMO Type 5 (gas) tanks
These units are designed for the carriage of gases liquefied under pressure. Specific operating instructions apply to IMO Type 5 tanks.