Operating fleet

Technical characteristics of ISO 22K6, UN T11 tank container

Main characteristics:

Model ISO 22K6, UN T11
Capacity 24-26 m3
Size 20-ft. standard
Tare weight 3500-5000 kg
Permissible gross weight 36,000 kg

Tank (cistern):

Compartments 1
The nominal thickness of 6.2 mm
The maximum inner pressure 4.5 bar
Tank material Stainless steel 314L (316L)
Location of drain devices bottom

The marking of tank containers have changed from former (using the T letter) to the new (using the K letter) since 2014. Now, the company’s own fleet possesses more than 4,000 standard ISO 22K2, 22K4, type T11 UN and UN T14 tank containers.

Model T11 and T14 tanks are designed for transportation and storage of liquid dangerous goods of 3, 5, 6.1, 8, 9 hazard classes and permitted for carriage in containers in accordance with UN T1 – UN T4, UN T6, UN T7 and UN T11 regulations. The main difference in design between these types of tank containers is the location of drain devices.

These types of tank containers are equipped with a layer of insulation and steam heater.

Technical characteristics of ISO 22K4, UN T14 tank container

Main characteristics:

Model ISO 22K4 (22T6), UN T14
Capacity 14-26 m3
Size 20-ft. standard
Tare weight 3500-5000 kg
Permissible gross weight 36,000 kg
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Tank (cistern):

Compartments 1
The nominal thickness of 6.2 mm
The maximum inner pressure 4.5 bar
Tank material Stainless steel 314L (316L)
Location of drain devices top (siphon line)
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Technical characteristics of ISO 22K8, UN T50 tank container

Main characteristics:

Model ISO 22K8, UN T50
Capacity 19-26 m3
Size 20-ft. standard
Tare weight 4500-8000 kg
Permissible gross weight 36,000 kg

Tank (cistern):

Compartments 1
The nominal thickness of up to 60 mm
The maximum inner pressure up to 40 bar
Tank material Alloy steel
Location of drain devices Based on a cargo
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