Design In the past, a cylindrical and two hemispherical heads conceived road transport LPG tanks. Nowadays LPG tankers are built with hemi elliptical heads. We briefly explain the reason of this change. Before the ADR (European agreement of the road transport of dangerous goods), tankers were conceived following an Italian norm according which two different
For African countries, does OMSP vehicles have different standards from the European ones? Our company builds safe and reliable tank-vehicles according to the regulations of the different continents, satisfying the client’s needs. The technical standard normally followed is ADR (European agreement for the road transport of dangerous goods) which has continuous updating due to the
Customization of outfittings Some markets require the installation of rear lights placed on the upper part of the tank in addiction of those normally placed on the rear bumper on the lower part of the vehicle. The vehicle ST564UK is equipped with position, stop and direction lightening system with led technology.
Self-supporting semi-trailer for LPG transport, truncated cone shape with lower center of gravity, destination UK OMSP Macola semi-trailer for LPG transport ST56FTC • Capacity: 56400 litri • Test pressure: 19,79 bar g • 2 antislosh baffles • Total lenght: 13140 mm • 3 axels, single wheel, disc brakes, air suspension • Total mass: 44000 kg
As for a lot of components of LPG tankers, the hose reel has also been characterized by various evolutions over the years. From the first manually operated rollers (they were operated by a crank), we moved to operation by means of a hydraulic motor. In the last version, the OMSP Macola reel is equipped with
We have two semi-trailers for LPG transport with destination France OMSP Macola semi-trailer for LPG transport ST56FTC • Capacity: 56300 liters • Test pressure: 27 bar g • 7 antislosh baffles • Total lenght: 13130 mm • Total mass: 44000 kg • Tare: 13000 kg • LARCO level probe • Liquid phase recovery valves in