CHEMET JSC is the only manufacturer of transportable pressure vessels for liquefied gases with the capacity up to 1000 L in Poland and one of the biggest in Europe. The vessels are used for the transportation of gases and liquids under pressure with max. 450 bar.
Transportable vessels are manufactured on the basis of CHEMET’s own documentation that can be tailored each time to the customer’s individual needs.
During the manufacturing process of transportable vessels the following materials are used:
- P355NL1 and P460NL1 carbon steels according to norm EN 10028-3,
- stainless steel, e.g. 1.4541, 1.4571, 1.4406.
Some tanks manufactured in compliance with the ASME regulations are made of steel according to this standard.
Due to the very high degree of risk for health and environment, these vessels comply with the provisions of the European Agreement on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods – ADR, in addition to the provisions of the Polish Office of Technical Inspection.
All transportable vessels for liquefied gases, offered by CHEMET are fully conformable with European standard EN 14208 and are marked with Π mark, and the vessels intended for the transportation of hydrogen corrosive gas – an additional letter H. In this way, tanks manufactured by our Company fulfil all the requirements of European standards and can be used on whole European Community area.
As of 1 November 2005, new types of transportable vessels are being certified by the German BAM (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und prüfung) for compliance with the provisions of the international IMDG (International Maritime Dangerous Goods) Code regulations. Conformity with the abovementioned code on the principles of the transportation of hazardous materials enables the use of our tanks also in sea transport.
Certificates and approvals of notified institutions
TDT – Transportowy Dozór Techniczny (Poland)
TÜV – Technischer Überwachungs Verein (Germany)
APRAGAZ– Association Proprietaires de Recipients a Gas Comprimes (Belgium)
KGS – Korean Gas Safety Corporation (South Korea)
LR – Lloyd’s Register (Great Britain)
BV – Buearu Veritas (France)
BAM – Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und prüfung (Kod IMDG)
phone: +48 32 39 33 203
fax: +48 32 39 33 301