Basing on its long-time experience in manufacturing of pressure vessels, CHEMET has implemented into the production the first series of transportable cryogenic tanks for atmospheric gases.
The so-called ISO-containers 20′, 30′ and 40′ are designed for intermodal transport of atmospheric gases: oxygen (LOX), argon (LAR), nitrogen (LIN), carbon dioxide (LCO2) and liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Cryogenic tank containers (ISO-containers) are widely used for the transportation of atmospheric gases (oxygen, nitrogen, argon) and LNG in the intermodal transport – by sea, road and rail. They can also serve as stationary storage tanks where, for various reasons, building for example LNG stationary satellite station is not profitable.
The ISO-container construction is in accordance with Directive TPED 2010/35/EC and the standard EN 13530.
Standard cryogenic tanks are equipped with a complete system of safety valves and plates, ensuring a minimum level of loss of gas and the safe and efficient loading and unloading of gas.