For the simplest, safest and most environmentally-protective disposal, we offer large containers (LRCs up to 675 kg net) developed to handle CFCs for rental to our customers. The filled containers are transported to Goch in accordance with the European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road. The analytical findings, such as oil and refrigerant percentage and refrigerant type, are provided to the customer.
The RCN large rental container (LRC) is a steel container for refrigerants capable of withstanding especially high pressures (maximum 16 bar). It is used to transport liquefied gases (refrigerants). It has UN approval and can be transported without issue.
|Exterior dimensions||Diameter 800 x H 2350 mm|
|Volume||approx. 900 L|
|Tare weight||approx. 500 kg|
A container made of 3 mm steel plating with a cover (nominal width 650 mm) with 8 screw connections, inside which a specially equipped vessel meeting the requirements of the 2nd German Federal Immission Protection Ordinance (BImSchV) is located.
This makes the safe and environmentally-friendly handling of chlorinated solvents simple and cost-effective.
|Exterior dimensions||L 800 x W 800 x H 1248 mm|
|Tare weight||142 kg|
- UN approval
- Easily transported with a lift truck or forklift.
- Adaptable to our customers’ special requirements through the use of various coupling systems.
- Containers are sorted and used only with fresh or old perchloroethylene products respectively
- This ensures cleanliness and precise sorting in a safe and cost-effective manner in every case.
A container with a hot-galvanized steel external tank and 1.4301 stainless steel inner tank. The UN approval Containers are sorted and used only with fresh or old perchloroethylene products respectively. This ensures cleanliness and precise sorting in all cases.
|Exterior dimensions||L 1000 x W 585 x H 1190 mm|
|Tare weight||189 kg|
|permissible total weight||710 kg|
- Easily transported with a lift truck or forklift
- Adaptable to our customers’ special requirements through the use of various coupling systems