10FT ISO Tank Containers
DSW offers bulk Isotainer Solutions for nitrogen, oxygen, LNG, argon, methane, nitrous oxide, ethylene, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen.
The 10′, 20′, and 40′ intermodal containers are typically built according to EN, ASME/DOT, or Chinese design standards. Available maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP) options include 10, 18, and 24 bars for European designs and 100, 150, 180, and 230 psi for ASME/DOT designs.
A 10-foot tank is a portable tank container measuring 10 feet long by 8 feet wide by 8 feet 6 inches high that’s used for transporting liquids and gases in bulk.
Ideal for supply chains looking for something smaller than 20-foot tanks with similar construction and components, 10-foot tanks have two capacities available – either 5000 liters (1320 US gallons) or 10000 liters (2641 US gallons).
They can even become an equivalent 20-foot tank when connected using twist locks!
Ten iso tank container specification
T75 UN Portable Tank
– Medium : LN2, LO2, LAR
– UN number : UN1977, UN1073, UN1951
– Model: 1D-TCS-7.6/0.9
– Color: white
– Nominal Capacity: 7620L
– Measured capacity: 7620L at 20oC
– Design pressure: 10 bar
– Test pressure: 13.00 bar
– Max allowable working pressure: 9.00 bar
– Design temperature: min -196oC / Max: 50 oC
– Dimension: 2991 X 2438 X 2591 mm
+ Frame: SA-240M304
+ Tank shell: Q355D
+ Vacuum Double Envelope: Q345R
– Net weight: 4730kg
– Vacuum pressure rate < 0.05 torr
– Production standard: ASME standard
ISO Tank Container Drawing
What are ISOtainers?
ISO Tank Containers (or ISOtainers) are multimodal containers that transport bulk liquids. They are designed and manufactured to international safety and performance standards and are certified to transport hazardous and non-hazardous liquids.
Cryogenic liquids are transported in ISO containers by using a cryogenic liquid cylinder.
The cylinder is designed to transport cryogenic gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, argon, and carbon dioxide. The liquid is stored at a very low temperature, usually below -150°C, and is transported in a vacuum-insulated container to minimize heat transfer.
The container also has safety features such as pressure relief valves and rupture discs to prevent over-pressurization.
Isotainer technology and design features
Containers are designed with advanced technology and innovative features to ensure the safe and efficient transportation of liquids and gases.
One of the critical design features of isotainers is their double-walled construction.
To prevent contamination, the inner wall is made of stainless steel or other corrosion-resistant materials.
The outer wall provides an additional layer of protection and insulation, reducing heat transfer and maintaining the temperature of the cargo.
Another important design feature is their internal baffles. These baffles are strategically placed inside the tank to minimize liquid surge during transportation, improving stability and reducing the risk of cargo damage.
Furthermore, isotainers are designed to meet international standards and regulations for transporting hazardous materials. They are built to withstand pressure and impact, safely handling volatile liquids and gases. The standardized design of isotainers also allows easy maintenance and repair, reducing downtime and increasing operational efficiency.
Overall, containers’ technology and design features ensure the safe, efficient, and reliable transportation of liquids and gases, making them the preferred choice for businesses across various industries.