Tank container security concept

Optimum fuel protection through vacuum leak monitoring

Krampitz - cubically good!

Krampitz tank container security concept

The MINOTAUR® storage tank is a cubic, double-walled construction. This is designed so that the MINOTAUR® tank container combines the positive properties of both conventional tank systems (round tanks) and ISO container systems. These are in particular:

  • High static strength thanks to the structural design of the tank body
  • Maximum security thanks to double walls
  • Optimal space-content ratio thanks to cubic design
  • vacuum secured leak monitoring

Krampitz tank system safety concept

Container security concept Krampitz

Safety concept for double-walled tanks, protection against fuel leakage through vacuum leak monitoring - vacuum leak detector, electronic, Type LAZ-04/1, the alarm is displayed visually and acoustically (with potential-free alarm contact), intrinsically safe leak monitoring system

Equipment required by water law for double-walled tanks with an existing fixed 230 V, 50 Hz mains connection. The leak detector creates a constant negative pressure in the tank's monitoring space and sounds an alarm if the negative pressure drops. The alarm is displayed visually and acoustically and is provided via a potential-free contact. Use for non-flammable liquids at temperatures from -5°C to +50°C.

Conventional security concepts from other providers

Container security concept from other manufacturers

Safety concept for single-walled tanks in freight containers, protection against fuel leakage through leak monitoring, electronic probe in the Leak monitoring room (collection pan), not intrinsically safe

Safety equipment for remote detection of leakage liquids. Safe against leaks from the tank, but no permanent monitoring of the leak tightness of the collecting pan. The problem: If after several years the collecting pan has corroded in one place or is damaged from the outside, it will not be noticed. If there is a leak in the inner container, the liquid can escape unhindered into the environment - causing environmental damage.