IBC fuel tanks available in different sizes can be used in all areas where liquid storage and transportation is a requirement. Among the materials that can be stored include acids, bases, foodstuffs, drinking water, acetates, hydrocarbons.
Which chemicals can be transported in ADR containers?
These materials are classified by law into different classes. Materials in class 3 include non-toxic and non-corrosive substances (crude oil, hydrocarbons, halogens, alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, esters). In addition, non-toxic and non-corrosive substances (eg alcohols, petroleum, solvent naphtha), viscous substances, subwoofers and skin dyes, and inflammation points between 21 and 35 ° C. In class 5, eg. 20 to 60% and 8 to 20% hydrogen peroxide, perchloric acids, calcium chloride, potassium chlorate and sodium chlorate, class 6 aniline and phenol, and 8 Between max. 98% sulfuric acid, 55% nitric acid, 30% chromic acid solutions, phosphoric acid, propionic acid, hydrogen peroxide solutions. It is important to note that if a metal alcohol or a class 6 material was previously stored in a container, it can not be used for the transport of foodstuffs, foodstuffs and feedstuffs.
IBC fuel tank with ADR license!
It is apparent from the list without a complete list that an IBC fuel tank can be used widely in a wide range of applications, whether it is gas oil, food raw materials, feed or other chemicals. The ADR equipment guarantees perfect transport safety both on the road, on the road and on the water.