Wagon Tank 3D model
*_Wagon tank N270716 - 3D model (.gsm+*.3ds) for exterior 3d visualization._**
About Wagon Tankers:-
** A tank car (International Union of Railways (UIC): tank wagon) is a type of railroad car (UIC: railway car) or rolling stock designed to transport liquid and gaseous commodities.
Specialized applications DOT-111 Main article: DOT-111 tank car The DOT-111 tank car, which is designed to carry liquids such as denatured fuel ethanol, is built to a US standard. The design has been criticized on safety grounds. The train in the Lac-Mégantic derailment of 2013 was made up of 72 of these cars.
DOT-112 DOT-112 tank cars are used in North America to carry pressurized gases.
DOT-114 DOT-114 tank cars are used in North America to carry pressurized gases.
Milk cars Main articles: Milk car and British Railway Milk Tank Wagon A milk car is a specialized type of tank car designed to carry raw milk between farms, creameries, and processing plants.
Milk is now commonly chilled, before loading, and transported in a glass-lined tank car. Such tank cars are often placarded as Food service use only.
Liquid hydrogen tank car Main articles: Liquid hydrogen tank car, DOT-113 tank car, AAR-204W tank car, and AAR-204XT Tank cars of this type are designed to carry cryogenic liquid Hydrogen (LH2). North American cars are classified as DOT113, AAR204W, and AAR204XT
- Pickle cars
A pickle car was a specialized type of tank car designed to carry pickles. This car consisted of several wooden or metal vats (typically three or four) and was often roofed. Pickles which are preserved in salt brine were loaded through hatches in the roof.
- Tank containers
A tank container, also known as ISO tank, is a specialized type of container designed to carry bulk liquids, such as chemicals, liquid hydrogen, gases and foodgrade products. Both hazardous and non hazardous products can be shipped in tank containers. A standard tank container is 20 feet (6.10 m) long, 8 feet (2.44 m) high and 8 feet (2.44 m) wide. The tank, which is made from stainless steel, is held within a box-shaped frame with the same shape as an intermodal container. This allows it to be carried on multiple modes of transport, such as truck, rail and ship.
- Torpedo wagons
torpedo car or bottle car is a type of railroad car used in steel mills to haul molten pig iron from the blast furnace to begin the process of primary steelmaking.
The thermally-insulated vessel is mounted on trunnions, and designed to endure extremely high temperatures, as well as keeping the metal in a molten state over extended periods of time. The vessel can be pivoted along its longitudinal axis to empty the pig iron into a ladle. The name is derived from the vessel's resemblance to a torpedo.