GML, the specialist worldwide cryogenic tank leasing company, added this new generation 20’ multigas cryogenic tank-container to its fleet a few years ago. The tank has been built with a 22,000 litre a capacity and 22.0 bar working pressure, and in standard format, without an on-board pump being fitted.
The multigas tank is able to transport all the most commonly carried cryogenic (refrigerated and liquefied) gases such as nitrogen (LIN), oxygen (LOX), argon (LAR), carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O), ethylene (C2H4) and other flammable hydrocarbons in the same family.
However, some of our clients need the tank with a special on-board pump for discharging CO2, though other foodgrade compatible airgases like oxygen (LOX), nitrous oxide (N20), argon (LAR) and nitrogen (LIN) can still be carried.
In such a case, the pump has to be fitted during manufacturer – ie cannot be retro-fitted – because the pipework is slightly different from the standard multigas tank and there needs to be a second valve cabinet to accommodate the pump.
GML’s professional sales (Richard Goldstein – email@example.com) and technical support teams (Marc van der Kaden – firstname.lastname@example.org) will guide their clients to ensure that the tanks they lease fully meet their needs.
GML only works with companies that have a proven track record in making these sophisticated cryogenic tank-containers to the highest standards.
Thus, to ensure the quality and easiest distribution to its worldwide network, GML has carefully selected production facilities in Europe, Thailand and South Africa.
These may not be the cheapest, but they all have proven track records for top quality equipment.
GML is very proud to have been able to supply a good number of these 20’ multigas tanks to support the supply of liquid oxygen (LOX) to India during the recent but ongoing covid crisis.
Photographs and some videos (follow link) of these multigas tanks may be seen being loaded for airfreighting from Thailand.