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IMO1 Type Hydrofludric acid Tank Container

Capacity: 20m3
Working Pressure: 2.65Bar;
Certificate; CCS/LR/DNV
Design Code: ASME VIII Div 1
Design Approvals: IMDG T3, ADR/RID, CSC, TIR, ISO, UIC, US/UK DOT

IMO1 Type Hydrofluoric acid Tank Container

IMO1 Type Hydrofluoric acid Tank Container Introduction

The hydrofluoric acid tank container is designed to comply with the requirements of IMDG Code, aiming at transportation and stock hydrofluoric aid solution. This Hydrofluoric acid Tank is made of carbon steel and lined with 20mm thick reinforced PE plastic.

All tanks are of the highest quality design and construction and conform strictly to the latest international approvals.

IMO1 Type Hydrofluoric acid Tank Container Specification

Ext. Length 6,058mm
Ext. Height 2,591mm
Ext. Width 2,438mm
Tare 5,000Kgs
Cubic Capacity 20 m³
Max. Design Pressure 2.65bar
Testing Pressure 4.0bar
Lining t=20mm PE
Tank Body Dia. 2,000mm
Manhole Dia. 500mm
M.G.W. 28,00 0Kgs
Max. Payload 23,000Kgs
Tank Design Standard ASME-VIII-1&GB150-98
(ADR/AID)
Calculated Pressure
10.0bar
Design Operating Temp. -20 ~ +80°C
Material of Tank Body 16MnR
Tank Body Thickness 8 .0mm
Stacking 192,000kgs
Facilities
Charging Valve Stainless steel ball valve DN80 lined with F46 gasket
Air Inlet Valve Stainless steel ball valve 1.5 ‘ lined with F46 gasket
Discharging Valve Stainless steel ball valve DN80 lined with F46 gasket
Pressure Relief Valve Haste alloy 2.5 ‘ relief valve lined with burst disc

Please note that the above specifications are “general specifications” that pertain to the majority of our products. These specifications should only be used for general, informational purposes. The measurement/size of the goods delivered may be different from the data in the above table, please check with us when order placed.

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