Horizontal storage tanks (DIN)
Underground and above-ground storage in mild-steel tanks
Behälter KG offers cylindrical tanks for underground and above-ground storage of water-polluting, flammable and non-flammable liquids. Production takes place in accordance with DIN 6608, DIN 6616 and DIN EN 12285. Apart from single walled horizontal tanks for non-hazardous products, we also offer double walled cylindrical tanks for hazardous products. The double shell is continuously monitored through vacuum or alternatively though a liquid leakage indicator to ensure that the tank can safely be operated and is free of defects and leakages. Storage tanks are made of S235 JR (steel) as standard, other materials are also possible at extra cost (e.g. stainless steel). Standard tanks all have a DN 600 dome on the top of the tank. Additional accessories such as saddle feet, additional domes or flanges can be offered at an additional cost. This also applies to services such as sandblasting or painting the storage tanks. Each tank is delivered with the corresponding test certificate.
Storage tanks according to DIN for underground storage have the designations 6608/1 (single-walled) and 6608/2 (double-walled). Storage tanks according to DIN for above-ground storage have the designations 6616/1 (single-walled) and 6616/2 (double-walled)
Due to the current shortage on the raw material market for steel, the prices are no longer valid. If required, we will be happy to make you an offer with current daily prices.
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Approved substances for the storage in cylindrical steel tanks (DIN)
The following list includes a small selection of media that are permitted to be stored in cylindrical single walled and double walled steel tanks, according to DIN6601 / EN 10027-1. As such permissions can change dynamically, the below information are only exemplary and need to be validated for any given project.
|Acetone||Dichlorobenzene||Heating oils DIN 51603-EL-01||Pentanol|
|Acetyl acetone||Dichloromethane||Heating oils L DIN 51603||Potassium hydroxide (maxi- mum 20%)|
|Acetylene dichloride||Diesel fuel DIN 51601-||Heptane||Potato-spirit oil|
|Alcoholic drinks Amyl||Diethylbenzene||Hexanoles||S|
|alcohol Antifreezing||Dimethylbenzene||I||Safety lamp petroleum spirit DIN 51634-A|
|compound Asphalt||Dipropylamine||Isobutanol||Solvent naphtha DIN 51632|
|Aviation carburettor fuel||E||Isobutylchloride||Special grades of petroleum|
|Aviation jet fuel||Ethanol||Isopropylchloride||spirit|
|Benzene||Ethyl-cellosolve||Kerosene and solvent||Tars, liquid|
|Bio-diesel fuel||Ethyl acetate||kerosene||Toluol|
|Bitumen||Ethyl acetate, pure||L||Transformer oils|
|Bromobenzene||Ethyl alcohol||Lactic acid ethylester||Trimethylbenzene|
|Butanol||Ethyl benzene||Light petrol||Turpentine|
|Butyl acetate||Ethyl bromide||M||U-X|
|Butyl alcohol||Ethyl carbonate||Methanol||Unused hydraulic oils|
|Butyl benzene||Ethyl glycol||Methylacetate||Used and unused engine oils|
|Butyl bromide||Ethyl ester||Methylbutanol||Used and unused gear oil|
|Carbon dioxide dimethyl ester||F||Methylglycol||Vegetables oils|
|Carburettor fuels||FAM regular gasoline DIN||Methylhexane|
|Chloronitrobenzene||Formic acid ester||Natural gas condensate|
|Oil-to-water mixtures (e.g. drilling and lubricating oils)|