ISO Tanks in the USA are typically 20 ft. long x 8 ft. 6 in high x 8 ft. wide. They come in a variety of capacities largely suited for the cargo they carry (12,000L, 14,500L, 21,000L, 24,000L etc.). The tank itself is manufactured out of stainless steel, namely 316L. The frame dimensions are ISO standards also to allow for the tank to be easily mounted on ship, train, or chassis. Tank containers have an 8 ft. tall ladder along the sides that allow access to the top of the container. Due to the cylindrical shape of the tank, they are outfitted with aluminum catwalks so that operators can access the different valves. Most tanks have a 20” manlid for filling with product and a bottom discharge valve to best use gravity feed. Tanks can be outfitted with cladding and insulation and steam heat systems to keep their products heated to a certain degree. Other tanks are outfitted with cooling systems and insulation to keep certain chemicals or food products such as milk in a refrigerated state. Please see some examples below.
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Details: Food Grade ISO Tank, IMO 0, 24,000L Capacity, 4 Bar MAWP, 6 Bar MATP, 3" Fortvale Bfly Valve, Next Test Date: 4/2013
Details: MC-307 Tank Trailer, straight round tanker, 316SS.
63,000 GVWR, 6,500 gallon capacity. Interior empty/clean.
Design Pressure: 25 PSI, Test Pressure: 40 PSI. Steam Heating System.
Details: 24,000L, IMO1 (T11) ISO tank, 4.0 Working Pressure, 6.0 Bar Test Pressure, 20" Top Manlid (500mm), 3" BSP Bottom Discharge Valve, PTFE/Teflon Gaskets, 316SS Barrel, SRV
Details: Certification: BV/ IMO5/ DOT-51,
MAWP: 10.92 BAR,
MATP: 16.38 BAR,
Internal Shell: Carbon Steel,
Loading: Bottom Right Hand Side,
Discharge: Bottom Right Hand Side,
Manhole: Rear Center,
Details: 20,000L - 25,000L, T11 designation is the most common of tanks. Can be used to transport a broad range of hazardous chemicals.
Details: For use with product that must be super heated or cooled