T14 Portable Tanks

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    THE HIGH PRESSURE SAFE CONTAINERS FOR THE TRANSPORT OF HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS

    Adapted to most international compliance codes

    THIELMANN T14 portable tanks are made of high-quality stainless steel with 6mm shell thickness. They are able to transport dangerous goods Class 3, 4.3, 6.1 y 8 via road, rail and sea.

    Our small portable tanks are designed to comply with the requirements of most international compliance codes, including:

    • IMDG
    • RID / ADR
    • T CFR49
    • Customs Convention - TIR
    • US DOT CFR49
    • ISO standards

    Volume

    450 - 2500 Liters

    INDUSTRIES

    Oil-Gas-industry

    Oil and gas

    Coating-industry

    Paints and coatings

    Chemical-industry

    Chemical

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    Technical Specifications

    Units:
    • Metric
    • Imperial

    VOLUME DIAMETER HEIGHT WEIGHT BASE DIMENSION
    450 L 1100 mm Ca. 1100 mm Ca. 500 Kg 1125x1125 mm
    1100 L 1100 mm Ca. 1800 mm Ca. 600 Kg 1125x1125 mm
    2500 L 1100 mm Ca. 2100 mm Ca. 900 Kg 1640x1640 mm

    VOLUME DIAMETER HEIGHT WEIGHT BASE DIMENSION
    118.87 Gal 43.30 in Ca. 43.30 in Ca. 1102 lb 44.29x44.29 in
    290.58 Gal 43.30 in Ca. 70.86 in Ca. 1322 lb 44.29x44.29 in
    660.43 Gal 43.30 in Ca. 82.67 in Ca. 1984 lb 64.56x64.56 in

    PRODUCT FEATURES

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

    • Stainless steel 316L or 316Ti
    • Test pressure: 6 bar
    • Maximum allowable working pressure: 4 bar
    • Full vacuum
    • Design temperature: -40ºC to 65ºC
    • With base frame made of carbon steel
    • Four lifting lugs
    • Ladder: optional, located at rear
    • Walkway: optional

    PRODUCT APPLICATIONS

    The chemical products that can be stored and transported in the 6 bar minimum test mobile containers include:

    • Enamel paints
    • Car lacquers
    • Polyurethane varnish
    • Most varnishes
    • Some dry-cleaning fluids
    • Polyester resin kits
    • Two-pot polyurethanes and their solvents
    • Kerosene
    • Methylated spirits
    • Methanol
    • Substances used to produce acetylene gas: potassium and sodium metals and calcium carbide.
    • Some pesticides (agricultural insecticides, weed killers...)
    • Industry products such as sodium cyanide for metal treatment
    • Metal degreasers such as chromium salts in electroplating
    • Copper chrome arsenate mixtures for timber preservatives
    • Glacial acetic acid used for peeling processed fruit
    • Caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) and caustic potash (potassium hydroxide)
    • Acids used in many industrial processes such as hydrochloric, sulphuric and nitric
    • Dairy sanitisers and industrial cleaners
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    KNOWLEDGE BASE

    As one of the world’s leading manufacturer of stainless steel containers, THIELMANN has accumulated significant expertise across a wide range of industries over many years.Our experts regularly compile educational material and analyses such as our Whitepapers and Case Studies, which are an excellent way to share in our knowledge and expertise and to find out more about our industry, product and application-specific insights and experience.We invite you to peruse our informative material and welcome any questions or enquiries you may have.

    WHAT STEEL TO CHOOSE WHEN SELECTING (UN) PORTABLE TANKS

    Many users of (UN) Portable Tanks select Mild Steel as their preferred choice of material due to the lower price of this type of steel, however, Stainless Steel is an excellent candidate as a material choice for (UN) Portable Tanks due to the cost savings accumulated over the entire tank’s useful product lifetime.

    Chemical Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical

    REGULATIONS ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS

    Given their harmful nature, dangerous goods are subjected to regulations during transportation to prevent accidents.

    Chemical Paints and coatings Oil and Gas