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ISO PACK 4000

The ISO PACK 4000 tank offers the cryogenics industry a robust, fully framed, portable, 20ft ISO container
designed for transporting product by road, rail or sea.
This T75 UN tank has approvals for road, rail & sea transport. It also has CSC, DNV 2.7-1 and EN 12079
approval, and is designed, manufactured/tested for storing & transporting liquid nitrogen, argon and oxygen,
and can often be seen on offshore supply vessels being transported to oil production platforms all over the
world (subject to offshore weight & crane handling restrictions).
The tank is produced with working pressure of 3.17 Bar (45psi/ASME), 6 Bar (90 psi) with option up to 17 Bar
(250 psi) and can be used for the storage and transportation of liquid nitrogen.
The ISO PACK also features high vacuum super-insulation, stacking capability 9 units high to ISO 1496-3
(192,000 kg max), full set of decals (including logos where supplied by customer), integral pressure building
system, document holder and various pipe work and valve options to offer maximum versatility to end user
and operator.
A CO2 format tank can also be supplied, plus higher pressure versions also available on request.

Special Features :o
o
o

Lower roof plates to allow stacking with slings / shackles remaining in situ
Dual trycock valves
Optional Hastings vacuum check valve

Specification

ISO PACK 4000 3 Bar ASME ISO PACK 4000 6 Bar ISO PACK 4000 17 Bar

Capacity (Ltr)

16,800

16,800

16,800

Pressure

3.17 Bar

6.0 Bar

17 Bar

Hydraulic Test Pressure

6.3 Bar

9.1 Bar

23.7 Bar

Tare Weight kg

8,435

8,435

11,000 Nominal

Max Gross Weight (LN2) kg 21,500

21,500

24,000

Holding Time Days*

30

50

20

Materials / Specifications
Inner Shell

Stainless Steel

Outer Jacket

Carbon Steel

Skid

Carbon Steel

Pipe Work

Tp.316 Stainless Steel Sch. 10

Paint Specification

Shot Blast SA 2.5, Zinc Rich Primer 50 microns, Epoxy High Build 125
microns, Polyurethane Top Coat 50 microns
Standard colour : White
Custom paint specification on request

Design Approval(s)**

ASME VIII (3.17 Bar model), ADR/RID, IMDG, IMO, DNV 2.7-1 / EN 12079,
USDOT

Performance

Maximum Evaporation Rate 0.4% per day

Holding Time

9 Days (3 Bar)/15 Days (6 Bar)

Temperature

Inner Shell -196C to +50C, Outer Jacket -20C to +50C


(Option -40 to +50) material

Corner Castings

ISO Standard 1161 Blair BLRC20100 / 20000

Couplings

NIT150 standard. Custom specification on request

* Holding time to EN12213


** Design approvals may vary depending on options and country of operation. For details, please contact
Technical Department.

Dimensions

V1

Liquid Isolation

Length (mm)

Width (mm)

Height (mm)

6,058

2,591

2,438

V2
V3

Pump Return or Top Fill


Tricock Vent 95%

V4

Tank Vent Valve

V5

Travelling Valve

V6

Pressure Build

V7 / V8 / V9

Gauge Panel Control Valves

V10

Rear Liquid Decant (Option 1)

V11

Line Blow Down

V12

Line Blow Down

V13

Line Blow Down (Option 1)

V14

Liquid Fill / Decant

V15

Rear Fill (Option 2)

V16

Secondary Trycock

RV1

Primary Relief Valve

RV2

Secondary Relief Valve

RV3

Travelling Relief Valve

RV4

Line Relief Valve

DP

Differential Pressure Contents Gauge

PG

Pressure Gauge

F1

Liquid Strainer

NRV

Non Return Valve

Couplings

To Customers Requirements

PBV

Pressure Build Vaporiser

VC

Vacuum Connection

Tank schematic shows standard configuration, utilising Globe Valves.


Options:Option 1: Rear Fill direct to rear of tank allowing concurrent bottom fill / liquid decant.
Option 2: Rear Fill external to tank via main Tank Isolation Valve.
Option 3: Top Fill arrangement with Line Blow Down & Line Relief.

Option 4: Any of the above arrangements with Meca Inox Cryogenic Ball Valves as alternative to Globe Valves.

ISO PACK 2000


The ISO PACK tank can be transported either individually or in pairs (coupled together) as one 20ft ISO unit.
This configuration allows for the tanks to be shipped on standard container ships anywhere in the world, by
the most economical method.
This T75 UN tank has approvals for road, rail & sea transport. It also has CSC with DNV 2.7-1 and EN 12079
approvals among many other options, and is designed, manufactured / tested for storing & transporting liquid
nitrogen, argon and oxygen, and can often be seen on offshore supply vessels being transported to oil
production platforms all over the world.
The general arrangement 10ft ISO tank can be produced with working pressures ranging from 6.0 Bar to 24
Bar and can be used for the transport of liquid nitrogen, oxygen & argon. The CO2 format tank can also be
supplied with a working pressure of 24 bar.
The ISO PACK also features high vacuum super-insulation, stacking capability 9 units high to ISO 1496-3
(192,000 kg max), full set of decals (including logos where supplied by customer), integral pressure building
system and various pipe work and valve options to offer maximum versatility to end user and operator.

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Special Features :o
o
o

Lower roof plates to allow for stacking with slings / shackles remaining in situ
Dual try-cock valves
Fully welded frame or optional removable frame

Optional Hastings vacuum check valve

Specification

ISO PACK 2000 6.0 Bar ASME

ISO PACK 2000 17 Bar

ISO PACK 2000 24 Bar

Capacity (Ltr)

7,700

7,200

7,200

Pressure

6.0 Bar

17 Bar

24 Bar

Tare Weight kg

5,100

6,167

6,167

Max Gross Weight (LN2) kg

11,350

12,000

14,000

Holding Time (Days)*

25

46

56

Materials /
Specifications
Inner Shell

Stainless Steel

Outer Jacket

Carbon Steel

Skid

Carbon Steel

Pipe Work

Tp.316 Stainless Steel Sch. 10

Paint Specification

Shot Blast SA 2.5, Zinc Rich Primer 50 microns, Epoxy High Build 125
microns, Polyurethane Top Coat 50 microns
Standard Colour : White
Custom Paint Colours on Request

Design Approval(s)**

EN 13530, ADR/RID, IMDG, IMO, UKDOT, DNV 2.7-1 / EN 12079, CSC, USDOT,
ASME VIII, AS 1210

Performance

Maximum Evaporation Rate 0.4% per day

Temperature

Inner Shell -196C to +50C, Outer Jacket -20C to +50C


(Option -40C to +50C) material

Corner Castings

ISO Standard 1161 Blair BLRC20100 / 20000

Couplings

NIT150 as standard. Customer specifications on request

Roof Plates

Aluminium (Optional Carbon Steel Durbar)

Drip Tray

Stainless Steel

Earth Point

Stainless Steel M12 Boss

Vaporiser

Stainless Steel Finned Tubing

Slings (Optional)

Slings and shackles (where supplied)


Approved to all relevant codes, including DNV 2.7-1

* Holding time in accordance with EN12213


** Design approvals may vary depending on options and country of operation. For details, please contact
Technical Department.
Dimensions

Length (mm)

Width (mm)

Height (mm)

2,991

2,591

2,438

V1

Liquid Isolation

V2

Pump Return or Top Fill

V3

Trycock Vent 95%

V4

Gas Vent Valve

V5

Travelling Valve

V6

Pressure Build

V7 / V8 / V9

Gauge Panel Control Valves

V10
V11

Rear Liquid Fill (Option 1)


Line Blow Down

V12

Line Blow Down

V13

Line Blow Down (Option 1)

V14

Liquid Decant / Fill

V15

Secondary Trycock

V16

Line Blow Down

V17

Vaporiser Isolation Valve

VC1

Vacuum Pumping Port

RV1

Primary Relief Valve

RV2

Secondary Relief Valve

RV5

Travelling Relief Valve

RV6

Line Relief Valve

RV7

Line Relief Valve

DP

Differential Pressure Contents Gauge

PG

Pressure Gauge

F1

Liquid Strainer

NRV

Non Return Valve

Couplings C1,C2,C3
PBV

To Customers Requirements
Pressure Build Vaporiser

Tank schematic shows standard configuration, utilising Herose Globe Valves.


Options:Option 1: Rear Fill direct to rear of tank allowing concurrent bottom fill / liquid decant (this is default version
of ISO PACK tanks but can be removed on request).
Option 2: Rear Fill external to tank via main Tank Isolation Valve.
Option 3: Any of the above arrangements with Meca Inox Cryogenic Ball Valves as alternative to Herose Globe
Valves.