ROAD TANKERS

Tankers for compressed gases are generally self-carrying semitrailers for medium pressure (typical PS is 60÷80 bars); commonly transported products are CNG and helium.
They usually have lower payload than standard MEGCs but the main reason for choosing this transport solution is avoiding compression cost at mother station, when a medium pressure line (≈70 bar) is there present.

Another typical application of these tankers is “dirt gas” transport: when impurities, especially aggressive ones, cannot be removed at source site, so before transport, specific internal treatment are more effective than the ones on cylinders.

  • Road Tankers (1)

    Self-carrying semitrailer for CNG @65 bars-ADR/TPED-52,5m3-2.850 Nm3-Tarweight 33.200 kgs

  • Road Tankers (2)

    Self-carrying semitrailer for gaseous helium @65 bars – ADR/TPED – 48m3 – 2.605 Nm3 – Tarweight 31.000 kgs

  • Road Tankers (3)

    Self-carrying semitrailer for gaseous helium – Rear detail

  • Road Tankers (4)

    Self-carrying semitrailer for gaseous helium – Loading/unloading point detail

  • Road Tankers (5)

    Self-carrying semitrailer for gaseous helium @65 bars – ADR/TPED – 48m3 – 2.605 Nm3 – Tarweight 31.000 kgs

  • Road Tankers (6)

    Self-carrying semitrailer for compressed natural gas

  • Road Tankers (7)

    Self-carrying semitrailer for CNG – Rear detail

  • Road Tankers (8)

    CNG lorry