20FT Steel Tank Container for Storing Oil and Gas

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Our 20FT Steel Tank Container for Storing Oil and Gas is ideal for:

Tank containers series mainly used for transportation and storage of chemical liquid products and oil products, because it can be stack up placced, so that, widely used in ware house, and other industries.

Tank container is a pressure vessel mounted in a frame. Frame dimensions comply with the recommendations of the International Standards Organization (ISO). The unit is designed and constructed in accordance with strict international codes for the worldwide carriage of bulk liquids on land, rail and water.

Tank containers are made of stainless steel AISI 316. Tanks are classified according to the specifications of tank shell and fittings. It is this classification that determines what type of product may be carried.

Technical Characteristis:

1. In accordance with ISO standard, international shipping import/export standard.

2. Light weight, multiple liquid carry kinds, long service life, easy clean and maintenance.

3. The 3-5 floor height stacking storage is a great space saver in warehouse.

Tank Container:

Tank: insulation tank/ non-insulation tank/ plastic tank/ pressured vessel

Size: 20ft tank container/ 20ft tank container (C3 pressure vesell)/ 30ft tank container/ 40ft tank container

Item Overall dimensionFull capacityTank material
20ft round or square6058*2438*2591mm20-26m3Carbon-steel,SUS
20ft LPG6058*2438*2591mm24m316MnDR


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20FT Steel Tank Container for Storing Oil and Gas

20FT Steel Tank Container for Storing Oil and Gas


Q1:What is MOQ of the tank container?

A: 1 set.

Q2: How may types of the tank contaciner?

A: Tank: insulation tank/ non-insulation tank/ plastic tank/ pressured vessel

Size: 20ft tank container/ 20ft tank container (C3 pressure vesell)/ 30ft tank container/ 40ft tank container

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Q:How much is 45 feet container TEU?
International standard container units. Usually used to indicate the capacity of ships to load containers, as well as important statistics and conversion units for container and port throughput.TEU = TWENTY-FOOT EQUIVALENT UNIT 20 feet standard container (i.e.: 8 x 8 x 20)
Q:Are the containers carrying 40 and 20 feet maximum load the same?
Various shipping companies and countries also have restrictions, such as: Korean goods plus containers can not exceed 25 tons, the United States 20 feet GP generally within 17.32 tons, 40 feet GP in 19.5 tons. Now the land is limited
Q:How many cargo can 20 feet container hold? How to calculate?
Length 550mm * * 560mm * 780mm,Capacity of 20 feet container: 5.90M * * 2.34M * 2.38m,
Q:What is a container?What is a container? What's the use of containers?
The container's greatest success lies in the standardization of its products and the complete set of transportation systems it has built. To make a huge monster truck dozens of tons of standard, and on the basis of the progressive realization of logistics system of ships, ports, routes, roads, bridges, tunnels, transit stations, intermodal matching worldwide, it is one of the great wonders of mankind has ever created.
Q:What is the weight of a 20 container?
20 foot cabinet: the contents are 5.85 meters, X2.35 meters, X2.38 metersDistribution is generally 17.5 tons gross weight, weight 2.3 tonsThe volume is 28-31 cubic meters
Q:How large is a container?
20 foot container: product of 5.69 m X2.13 m X2.18 m, distribution is generally 17.5 tons gross weight, volume of 24-26 cubic meters. 40 feet cabinet: product of 11.8 m X2.13 m X2.18 m, distribution is generally 22 tons gross weight, volume of 54 cubic meters. The 40 foot high cabinets: product is 11.8 meters X2.13 meters X2.72 meters. Distribution is generally 22 tons gross weight, volume of 68 cubic meters.
Q:How many sizes are there in the container?
11.8x2.34x2.68 meters. Distribution is generally 26 tons gross weight, volume of 68 cubic meters.The 45 foot high cabinets: Product: 13.58x2.34x2.68 meters, distribution is generally 29 tons gross weight, volume of 86 cubic meters.The 20 foot open top cabinets: product 5.89x2.32x2.31 meters, picking 20 tons gross weight, volume 31.5 cubic meters.
Q:What do you mean by container packing in international trade?
The so-called container, refers to a certain strength, stiffness and specifications for the use of large cargo containers. Transhipment of goods by container can be carried out directly in the warehouse of the consignor and shipped to the warehouse of the consignee, and the goods shall not be taken out of the container and replaced when the vehicle or vessel is replaced on the way
Q:Container calculation method The size of my product is 37*37*27cm. per carton. How many boxes can I hold for a 40HQ cabinet?Please also advise the calculation method!
Container calculation method:Container standardIn order to effectively carry out multimodal transport of international containers, the standardization of containers must be strengthened, and the standardization of containers should be done further.Container standards according to the scope of use: international standards, national standards, regional standards and corporate standards of four kinds.
Q:How did the container come from?A little story about how he came into being
The historical development of container1. the origin and early development of container"Container" is called container in southern China and Hongkong. The English language is "Container" or "Box"". A container or box for loading. Containers were invented and used by the Americans. They were first used on railways. In March 19, 1921, it first appeared in the New York railway transportation corporation. The British were also reluctant to lag behind, and they began the British continental continental direct to container transit 8 years later, that is, 1929. But these are only partial, small-scale use.

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