PAN BRIDGE SHIPPING

ISO Tank

Pan Bridge is a Professional Tank Container Operator and we provide
‘EVERYTHING’ related to the ISO Tank Container :
Tank Container Logistics, Tank Operation, Depot Services (M&R), Lease & Purchase, and more.

Summary

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    Global ISO Tank Container Logistics Service

    • Transport of liquid-bulk chemicals and any liquid/liquified products that are suitable for ISO tank in worldwide

    • Food-grade, Alcohol, Cosmetic, Resin, Paints, Inks, Latex, Solvent, and more

    • Specialized in transport of TDI, MDI, CCD

    • Dangerous Goods (DG) – highly toxic, precursor, temperature-controlled & sensitive

    • IMDG Class 3 (Flammable Liquids), 6 (Toxic), 8 (Corrosives)

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    All other supporting/supplemental services of handling ISO Tank

    • Inland haulage (Door-to-Door, Site-to-Site)

    • Tank Cleaning, Heating & Cooling, Repairing, and more

    • Dangerous Goods (DG) inspection, and more

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    Tank Container Leasing Service

    • Long-term / Short-term leasing

    • Lease & Purchase

Tank Specification

4 major Strengths
of ISO Tank Container

  • Safety

    Most suitable way to transporting hazardous/
    toxic liquids under ISO frame/certification
  • Cost-efficiency

    Carries greater volume per tank container,
    less work force & time
  • Reliability

    Built with intense stainless steel which is
    highly resistible from any type of corrosion
  • Eco-friendly

    Very low possibilities of leakage and less
    chance to occur residue after discharge

Technical specifications of ISO Tank Container

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Maximum Capacity :

22,000 L (5,812 gal)

Maximum Gross Weight :

36,000 kg

Tare Weight :

3,650 kg

Dimensions (Frame) :

20’ x 8’ x 8’ 6’’

Dimensions (Bar) :

4.0 bar

Test Pressure (Bar) :

6.0 bar

Bottom Valve :

3’’ BSP valve / 3’’ FLANGE valve

(The data above are the specific tank container that we own. For other and more specifications, please contact us)

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Why We Have to Choose Tank Container

Drums

Expensive / Inefficient / Unsafe It is expensive to use of drums for the transport of bulk liquids from the factory to end user.

5 reasons why NOT to choose drums

Factory

Customer

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    Filling

    You will be exposed with the risk of leakage, time consuming, and pricey when filling tons of drums.
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    Storage

    Storage of drums are
    pretty expensive. Also, you might be faced with risks
    of leakage/spillage from potential damage.
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    Shipping

    It is inconvenient, complicated, and expensive in transport of drums and higher possibilities of leakage/spillage due to numerous handling process.
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    Unloading

    Drums waiting for proper transportation to the end
    user for unloading are
    subject to possible
    damage, contamination,
    and tampering.
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    Disposal

    Drums are hard to clean, limited for re-using, pricey
    for disposal, and not
    eco-friendly as well.

Tanks

Cost-efficient / Efficient / Safe

1 reason to choose a tank

Factory

Customer

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It is dependable for factory-to-factory and factory-to-end user operation

Tanks have low risk of cargo loss or potential contamination by providing simple, efficient and direct transfer between road, rail, and sea.
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Tank Container
is the Answer for the
Right Choice

Tank container provides the highest and greatest efficiency from filling to transporting and shipping to discharging. Tank container cares your safety
and the environment.
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Our standard tank container can carry up to
= 22,000 liters (5,812 gallons)
= 104 standard drums (210 liters)
= 22 standard 1,000 liter IBCs

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Tank offers a Higher Payload

20ft standard container can filled up to maximum of 80 standard
drums and which can carry only 16,380 liters (4,120 gallons)

Tank can saves you a lot of Money

Choosing a tank will be able to :

1) NO wastage cots (initial outlay required only at the beginning) 2) NO Inventory management (Drums) 3) Manage only single unit (tank itself) 4) Reduce shipping costs
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ISO Tank Guidelines

ISO Tank Surrounding View

The tank container is a pressure vessel mounted in a frame. Frame dimensions comply
with the recommendations of the International Standards Organization (ISO) and are
constructed in accordance with strict international codes for the worldwide carriage of
bulk liquids on land or at sea.
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ISO Tank Components

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Outside

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    Manlid (Spill Box/Pressure gauge/PV Safety relief valve)

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    Top discharge valve (Spill Box/Pressure gauge)

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    Walkway

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    Bottom Outlet

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    Remote Control

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    Cladding

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    Document Holder

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    Frame

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    Steam Heating

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    Thermometer

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    Ladder

inside

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    Shell

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    Syphon Tube

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    Dip stick

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    Gasket

Load & Discharge Procedures

  • 1.

    Take all precautions to securely brake the transport vehicle.

  • 2.

    Check to make sure that the cargo matches the type and quantity marked in the order. For certain cargos, check to make sure that all required documents
    (Cleanliness Certificate or Gas Free Certificate) are in order.

  • 3.

    Ensure that all safety equipment is in its correct place.

  • 4.

    Inspect the tank container through the man hole, making sure that all outlet valves are cleaned and cleared.

  • 5.

    Inspect the relief valves.

  • 6.

    Make an earth connection from the tank’s earthing point to local earth positions.

  • 7.

    Make sure that the fittings for the hoses and the tank connections are correct. Check that the fitting material matches the cargo.

  • 8.

    Make sure that all the facilities are in order for loading.

  • ㆍLoading through the manhole


  • 1.

    Check that all the “Before Loading” procedures have been followed.

  • 2.

    Make sure that all the tank bottom valves are securely closed.

  • 3.

    Open the manhole and insert the hose.

  • 4.

    Secure the hose.

  • 5.

    Load the tank, while watching carefully for leaks in the hoses. Make sure tank has been loaded to the appropriate level.

  • 6.

    After draining the hose, remove it from the tank. Securely close the manhole.

  • 7.

    Make sure to follow all the “After Loading” procedures.


  • ㆍLoading through the top outlet


  • 1.

    Check that all the “Before Loading” procedures have been followed.

  • 2.

    Make sure that all the tank bottom valves are securely closed.

  • 3.

    Detach the top outlet blank flange and bolt the hose coupling to the top outlet flange.

  • 4.

    Attach the vapor return line and open the valve.

  • 5.

    Load the tank, while watching carefully for leaks in the hoses. Make sure that the tank has been loaded to the appropriate level.

  • 6.

    After draining the hose, detach it and remove it from the tank.

  • 7.

    Replace the top outlet blank flange.

  • 8.

    Close the airline valve, then disconnect the vapor return line and replace the blanking cap. Check that all the valves are securely closed.

  • 9.

    Make sure to follow all the “After Loading” procedures.


  • ㆍLoading through the bottom outlet


  • 1.

    Check that all the “Before Loading” procedures have been followed.

  • 2.

    Remove the bottom outlet blank flange or the cap connect hose. Before opening the valves, make sure that the connection is secure.

  • 3.

    Attach the vapor return line and open the valve.

  • 4.

    Load the tank, while watching carefully for leaks in the hoses. Make sure that the tank has been loaded to the appropriate level.

  • 5.

    Close the valve.

  • 6.

    After draining the hose, detach it, and replace the blanking cap or flange. For tanks with a foot valve and external valve, make sure to close the external valve before replacing the blanking cap or flange.

  • 7.

    Close the airline valve, then disconnect the vapor return line and replace the blanking cap. Check that all the valves are securely closed.

  • 8.

    Make sure to follow all the “After Loading” Procedures.

  • 1.

    Clean all the hoses, replace all the caps and blanks, and them put them in their designated place.

  • 2.

    Inspect the tank container, making sure that the manhole and all valves are securely closed or capped. Check for spilled cargo. Properly clean any spillage.

  • 3.

    Detach the earth connection.

  • 4.

    Make sure safety equipment has been properly returned.

  • 5.

    Depending on the cargo requirements, make sure that the tank container and its fittings are sealed according to Customs guidelines.

  • 6.

    Make sure that the tank has the correct labels and that the cargo description matches the loaded cargo.

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    Take all precautions to securely brake the transport vehicle.

  • 2.

    Check to make sure that the cargo matches the type and quantity marked in the order. For certain cargos, check to make sure that all required documents (Cleanliness Certificate or Gas Free Certificate) are in order.

  • 3.

    Ensure that all safety equipment is in its correct place.

  • 4.

    Inspect the tank container through the man lid, making sure that all outlet valves are cleaned and cleared.

  • 5.

    Inspect the relief valves.

  • 6.

    Make an earth connection from the tank’s earthing point to local earth positions.

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    Make an earth connection from the tank’s earthing point to local earth positions.

  • 8.

    Make an earth connection from the tank’s earthing point to local earth positions.

  • 9.

    Inspect the receiving tanks, making sure that the valves are correctly set.

  • 10.

    For gravity or pumping discharge make sure that the manhole or air line valve is open and clear.

  • 11.

    If doing a top pressure discharge, make sure that the pressure gauge is working correctly.

  • ㆍGravity discharge


  • 1.

    Check that all the “Before Discharge” procedures have been followed.

  • 2.

    Remove the bottom outlet blank flange or the cap connect hose. Before opening the valves, make sure that the connection is secure.

  • 3.

    Open the manhole or air line connection.

  • 4.

    Discharge the cargo, while watching carefully for leaks in the hoses. Drain the tank container.

  • 5.

    After draining the hose, detach it, and replace the blanking cap or flange.

  • 6.

    Close the manhole and secure the air line connection and replace the blanking cap.

  • 7.

    Make sure to follow all the “After Discharge” procedures.


  • ㆍPumped discharge


  • 1.

    Check that all the “Before Discharge” procedures have been followed.

  • 2.

    For a ‘top outlet discharge,’ detach the top outlet blank flange and bolt the hose coupling to the top outlet flange. For a ‘bottom outlet discharge,” remove the bottom outlet blank flange or the cap connect hose. Before opening the valves, make sure that the connection is secure.

  • 3.

    Open the manhole or the air line connection.

  • 4.

    Discharge the cargo, while watching carefully for leaks in the hoses. Drain the tank container.

  • 5.

    After draining the hose, detach it, and replace the blanking cap or flange. If it is a tank container with a single bottom outlet valve, close the valve before draining the hose.

  • 6.

    Securely close the manhole or air line connection, and replace the blanking cap or flange.

  • 7.

    Make sure to follow all the “After Discharge” procedures.


  • ㆍPressure discharge


  • 1.

    Check that all the “Before Discharge” procedures have been followed.

  • 2.

    For a “top outlet discharge,” detach the top outlet blank flange and bolt the hose coupling to the top outlet flange. For a “bottom outlet discharge,” remove the bottom outlet blank flange or the cap connect hose. Before opening the valves, make sure that the connection is secure.

  • 3.

    Open the air line connection.

  • 4.

    Discharge the cargo, while watching carefully for leaks in the hoses. Make sure to watch the pressure level until the cargo is completely discharged and the pressure drops. if discharging through a top outlet, a small amount of cargo may remain due to the length of the hose.

  • 5.

    After draining the hose, close the air line valve, detach the air line, and replace the blanking cap.

  • 6.

    Disconnect the hose and replace the blanking cap or flange.

  • 7.

    Make sure to follow all the “After Discharge” procedures.


  • ㆍFor tanks with a foot valve and external valve


  • It’s necessary to close the foot valve before draining the hose. Then, after draining the hose, make sure to close the external valve before detaching the hose and replacing the blanking cap or flange.

  • 1.

    Make sure that the tank has been discharged. Remember that if a “top-outlet pressure discharge” has been performed, a small amount of cargo may remain in the bottom of the tank.

  • 2.

    Clean all the hoses, replace all the caps and blanks, and them put them in their designated place.

  • 3.

    Inspect the tank container, making sure that the manhole and all valves are securely closed or capped. Check for spilled cargo. Properly clean any spillage.

  • 4.

    Detach the earth connection.

  • 5.

    Make sure safety equipment has been properly returned.

  • 6.

    Follow guidelines for treating hazardous cargo if necessary.

  • 7.

    Add solvent to the tank to prepare it for cleaning. Keep the tank under pressure by leaving the gas used in the discharge process in the tank container until it is cleaned.

  • 8.

    Make sure that the tank is kept under proper air pressure until it is cleaned.