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Tanks and storage

Insulated tank, with temperature control unit

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Some fluids crystallize at relatively high temperatures (approximately 15°C in the case of soda lye, for example) whilst others react poorly to temperature changes and deteriorate, either by getting hard or by changing.

This is why, for several years now, CITP has been putting polyurethane foam insulating around its tanks, with exterior protection made from the same material as the weight-bearing structure of the tank. This special solution was developed by CITP.

Depending on the frequency of the filling and emptying, the tank does not always have to be insulated; however, in the case of those products listed above, it is sometimes useful (or even essential) to use a temperature control unit in parallel with the insulating.

The actual heat temperature control unit used depends on the nature of the product and on storage conditions.

We recommend the following 4 types of temperature control units:

  • Self adjusting ribbon
  • Ceramic cylindrical element
  • Immersed resistance
  • Coil

The systems are connected to a control unit to adjust the installation.

Using insulation means that we only need to start the temperature control unit from time to time, which saves energy.

The services of a real partner

For all of its activities, CITP makes:

  • The compatibility study
  • The study of equipment
  • The calculation notes
  • The different controls previously defined
  • The folder

We produce for you according to your request:

  • Transport in France and abroad
  • Unloading and setting up
  • The strata on site
  • Part piping, design, prefabrication and assembly on site
  • Testing
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