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ISO Tanks Pricing and Costs

ByTerri Deno, writer
Mar 25, 2010
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Choose affordable ISO tanks for sale

International standards organization tanks (ISO tanks) are large, often customized tanks that hold water, foodstuffs, hydrogen peroxide, gases and other materials both hazardous and non-hazardous. For more volatile substances, refrigerated and heated ISO containers with specialized linings are available.

ISO tank manufacturers can help companies choose the right tank for the job. In fact, manufacturers rarely list their prices upfront. You will usually have to tell them precisely what you need to get a quote. ISO tanks pricing and costs depend on a variety of factors. You may need modified ISO containers, but there is also a large demand for cost saving options, such as:

1. Used ISO tanks for sale that are properly cleaned and repaired.

2. Tanks without heating or cooling functions for non-hazardous materials.

3. Materials to repair and replace existing ISO tanks.

Consider used ISO tanks for sale to save money

Many manufacturers buy used ISO tanks as well as new ones. A used tank can save you a lot of money. And if the used tank comes directly form a manufacturer, it will be thoroughly inspected, cleaned and repaired before you purchase it. Used tanks range in price from $10,000 to $15,000, depending on their size and the function. For $10,000, you can get a 20,000- to 30,000-gallon food grade model. Stainless steel tanks with refrigeration or heating capabilities are more expensive.

Buy ISO tanks made to hold water or foodstuffs

ISO tanks for holding and transporting food are available through manufacturers. These tanks have a protective liner to prevent food or water contamination, and can also be fitted with heating and cooling capabilities. Non-hazardous ISO tanks cost $12,000 to $16,000 depending on their size, which can range from 3,000 to 20,000 gallons.

Invest in an ISO tank for sale specified for hazardous materials

An ISO tank for hazardous materials is a safe, often necessary way to transport and store liquids and gases classified as hazarous materials. ISO tanks specifically for hazardous materials have special linings, heating or cooling capacity, and reinforced steel on the outside. A tank with all these specifications will cost $23,000 to $25,000, depending on the tank's capacity.

  • ISO tank rentals are also available for businesses that need a tank for a short period of time.
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