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Stationary tanks for LPG storage

Stationary LPG tanks are secure storage systems for high-pressure containment of Propane/Butane in its liquid form or as vapour. These tank types are used for LPG cylinder filling plants, terminal and auto-gas stations for both industrial and commercial use.

Product description

Stationary tanks are designed to safely store hazardous products at different temperatures and pressures. Above ground installation eases gauging and inspection, whereas underground tanks are suitable for limited property spaces with an increased degree of safety against mechanical impact.

Product specifications icon Specifications

Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane)
Pressure range: 17 to 23 bar (246 to 333.5 psi)
Temperature range: -40˚C to +65˚C (-40˚F to +149˚F)
Sizes and ranges: 0.5 to 20000 m3
Standards: ASME Sec. VIII Div.1 and Div.2, BS 5500, AD Merkblatter, PD 5500, EN 13445, AD 2000

*Materials and specifications are subject to generalisation. Our experienced people are ready to help you find the correct fit for your application. Find the contact information for your country here.

Product material icon Material 

All parts are LPG compatible.

More information can be provided upon request.

Product features icon Features

  • Material: carbon steel
  • Connection nozzles and flanges depend on application
  • Equipped with manholes and covers with fittings
  • Corrosion proof
  • Durable and liquid tight.
  • Types and size depend on individual requirements and usage
  • Filled on-site
  • Tanks are also available for domestic use
  • Shapes can be horizontal, vertical or spherical
  • Installation opportunities: Above ground, underground or mounded 

Did you know?

  • Underground and mounted LPG tanks are required to have a cathodic protection system
  • Placement, ventilation and surrounding conditions are paramount to consider prior to installation

Alternative products icon Alternative products 

  • ISO tanks