Tank containers (TC) is widely used in the petrochemical, chemical, food, electrical, gas and nuclear industries.
TC has excellent performance in terms of safety, reliability and environmental protection.
It is made up of stainless steel covered and insulated with a layer of either polyurethane or aluminium.
Tanks made of stainless steel typically have better usage, i.e., approximately two years of shipping corrosive materials than those made of aluminium.
Various tank containers are depending on the usage. These tanks have various applications which are explained in the table below:
|Fuel tank||For transporting gases.|
|Storehouse tank||To ship grains and powders|
|Reefer tank||This has the capacity to cool the item to be shipped|
|Food-grade tank||It is a standard tank container which can only ship food items|
|Swap body tank||Swap body tank normally has a bigger cubic limit than standard ISO containers making them ideal for moving extremely lightweight cargoes.|
|Baffle Tanks||Warming frameworks including steam, warm water and thermostatically controlled electrical warming or cooling can be included in this tank container.|
|Lined Tanks||They are intended for the transport of both pure or exceptionally destructive items. This sort of tank is lined and have extra security frameworks.|
|Heated Tanks||To ship items that must be kept hot or warm during the transport.