LPG Gas Tank
We BNH Gas Tanks are exporter and manufacturer of LPG Storage Tanks at cheap cost. The tanks are as per customer’s requirement.
LPG is stored in pressurised tanks to keep it liquefied. The tanks can be installed above or below ground. They are strong and not easily damaged, but liquid or gas leaks can occur from valves and pipe connections.
The liquid can cause cold burns to the skin.
LPG Tank Volumes are from 2KL to 500KL Total Storage, as well as Refrigerated tank for propane storage.
The LPG Storage Tanks are designed as per ASME Sec. VIII Div.1, ASME Sec. VIII Div.2 and BS 5500 codes, PD 5500, CODAP 2000 AND OTHERS. The tanks are provided with all accessories like safety fittings, valves, pipelines etc.
LPG storage tanks are used as a storage base for heating and technological purposes as well as technological tanks in the area of bases, storages and liquid gas bottling plants.
The tanks are manufactured according to our own documentation or on the basis of documentation supplied by the customer - types of materials and fittings used depend on tank capacity and its application. Tanks are manufactured from carbon steel plates, coated with high quality, modern, eco-friendly and anticorrosion coating, covered by a quality and durability warranty.
Standard storage LPG tanks are equipped with the following fixtures:
• filling valve,
• intake valve of the gas phase,
• pressure gauge,
• maximum overflow valve,
• intake valve of the liquid phase,
• level sensor,
• safety valve(s).
We manufactures the following types of LPG tanks:
• Horizontal LPG Tanks
• Vertical LPG Tank
• Cylinder LPG Tanks
• Storage LPG Tank
• LPG Transport tank
• LPG Semi trailer tank
Technical Specification :
1. Design Pressure: 17.16 Bar to 23 Bar
2. Design Temperature: -40 Deg C to + 65 Deg C
3. Design Code: ASME, AD MERKBALTTER, PD 5500, CODAP 2000 AND OTHERS
4. Volume (m: 0.5M3 to 1000M3)
What is LPG and Why LPG Is better?
LPG stands for Liquefied Petroleum Gas – a very versatile, portable and manageable fuel that’s a naturally occurring by product of the oil extraction process. LPG is easily stored and delivered in cylinder and bulk tank form, and as it produces far lower carbon emissions than oil, coal, peat and even electricity, is one of the cleanest conventional fuels available.
LPG changes from liquid into gas by introducing the right amount of pressure, at which point it turns into gas vapour, which is then drawn off as you use it. A pressure regulator keeps the gas pressure constant as the cylinder or bulk tank empties, until there is no remaining liquid left.
LPG comes in two types – propane and butane. Propane is stored in bulk tanks or a variety of red, green or grey cylinders (sizes: Patio Gas, 11kg, 34kg and 47kg), while butane is stored only in cylinders. Butane cylinders are either yellow or blue, and come in the following sizes: 1kg, 4.5kg, 5kg and 11.34kg.
Propane performs best at low temperatures, allowing it to be stored outdoors in tank or cylinder form all year round. Butane performs best at a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius, making it more suitable for indoor use and only suitable for outdoor use during summer months.
Each type of LPG cylinder is specially made to store propane or butane in its liquid state, under moderate pressure, until it is used.