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  • Composite tanks

    VM Tarm a/s offers composite tanks for the transport of strong chemicals. The tank is delivered in the materials FRP (Fibre-reinforced plastic) or FRP+ (Fluoro plastic inner layer, also called Halar), which makes the tank highly resistant to extra strong chemicals. 

    A composite tank is extremely flexible, since it is very easy to clean, and can therefore carry various different chemical products.

    A composite tank can also hold products with various different densities, and withstand major temperature fluctuations from -40 to +100°C. The tank is also insulated with 30 mm between the inner and outer mantle.

    The actual composite tank is delivered by Admor Composites Ltd in Finland. All other materials and equipment, such as rustproof undercarriage, piping, wiring network, etc. are produced and installed at our factory in Tarm, Denmark. The composite tank is produced in accordance with the current official requirements and supplied with relevant approvals. 


    Trailer tanker with composite tanks
    Haanpaa AB in Sweden has taken delivery of a trailer tanker with composite tanks consisting of a 15,000-litre ADR composite front carriage and a 30,000-litre ADR composite trailer. 

    The front carriage’s technical specifications
    15,000 litres
    Tank material: 3 mm composite FRP 
    3 rooms – 6,000 L / 3,000 L / 6,000 L
    30 mm insulation between inner and outer mantle
    2.2 bar working pressure
    Tare weight approx. 11,750 kg 
    Reg. country: Sweden
     
    The trailer’s technical specifications 
    30,000 litres
    Tank material: 3 mm composite FRP
    4 rooms – 7,500 L / 7,500 L / 7,500 L / 7,500 L 
    30 mm insulation between inner and outer mantle
    2.2 bar working pressure
    Tare weight approx. 8,250 kg 
    Reg. country: Sweden
     
    The trailer tanker has a total payload of 44,000 kg.

    Kontakt

    Allan S. Hansen

    Sales Consultant

    +45 40 10 29 44
    ah@vmtarm.dk
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