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1 top, wooden produciion ianks in nominal capaclties of . I STORAGE TANKS & EQUIPMENT +40'F to -60 . pressure storage tanks for refrigerated - Low products. This covers design metal temperatures from Appendix R "F. pressure Appendix Q tanks for liquefied hy- LowThis coversstorage dfocarbon gases. 2 British Standards The first UK Standard for welded steel storage tanks was BS 2454: Part 1:1956 Veftical Mild Steel Welded Storage Tanks with Buft Welded Shelb for the Petroleum lndustrv: Paft 1 Design & Fabrication.
Products range from gases, liquids, solids and mixtures thereof. Tanks for the storage of particulate solids are more usually known as silos. C for liquid nitrogen. ofstorage tank types exist, jncludlng those with fixed roofs, floating roofs, internal roofs, with single walls, double walls and insulated tanks to name but a few. It is important to distinguish between storage tanks and pressure vessels. hand in the form of the European pressure Equipment Directive (97l23lEc) and the united Kingdom pressure Equipment Regulations.
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