The Danteco Bitumen Bag Decanter Thermal-Oil Type, also named big bag bitumen melting machine and bitumen melter. Via a thermal oil (hot oil) circulating and transferring heat to the unique Bitumen Bag Decanter. It is a special-purpose iso bitucontainer mainly applied to melt the solid bitumen stored and shipped in 1MT bags (big bags). The liquid bitumen can be used for asphalt plants or asphalt terminals to supply hot bitumen to other clients, produce asphalt mix, and other industrial purposes.
The Bitubag Decanter is based on a modular double-skin 20ft Bitumen container fitted with an internal heating pipe system for thermal-oil (hot-oil heating. A 1.2 m x 1.2 m removable hatch is built into the tank's roof, which is removable using the lifting sling provided.
(1MT) One Ton Bitumen bags are fed through a 1.2 x 1.2-meter removable top hatch. Cutting the bottom of the PP bag with the tool provided will see the bitumen gently slide into the tank. By the time the next bag is trimmed, the previous one has dispersed into the tank. A total of 20 one-ton bags can be loaded per charge, matching one shipping container full of bags. On completion of the charge, the top hatch is placed back onto the roof, the roof chimneys are opened, and the burners are started.
The heating system consists of a bed of 2" heating pipes permanently fitted on the bottom of the container. Heating can be monitored with the help of a thermometer mounted near the discharge valve.
Charging the Decanter takes about 2 hours. The heating cycle will take 8-10 hours, depending on the end temperature and whether or not the decanter is permanently kept in operation.
Once the decided temperature has been reached, as evidenced by the thermometer next to the discharge valve, switch off the heating, connect the discharge hose and open the discharge valve. To assist the initial flow, it is recommended to heat the discharge valve with an LPG or diesel torch.
Thermal-Oil Installation to provide hot oil to be pumped via oil-in and oil-out DN200 connection on the decanter tank. Two workers are required to feed in the bags. Lifting the bags is usually done via a forklift with extended forks, truck-crane-arm, or a small mobile crane.
Tips for Safe Operation
1. The removable top hatch has water drainage ducts on both sides; however, during heavy rain, the ducts may be unable to cope with the flow. Cover the hatch with a tarp; always check for water before filling the tank.
2. To avoid corrosion, place the decanter on four concrete blocks, one on each corner of sufficient height to prevent flooding.
3. Always empty the bitumen hose after discharge to avoid blockage.
- Capacity: 28500L / (7530 US Gallons) 6270 Gallons Imp.
- High Payload Capacity 27,5MT Metric tonne loading capacity = optimal load per container
- 20FT ISO Bitutainer Tank Design CSC Approved
- Static Storage use or Intermodal
- Bunded - Double Wall - Double Skin
- Design temp. -40°C up-to +200°C / -40°F up-to +392°F
- 2" Thermal-oil Heating Piping System, 12,5 m2 heating surface
- 3" and 4" Outlet Bottom Discharge 100MM Ball valve includes 3" outlet with 3inch Cam-Lock coupling (male) & dust cap
- Heavy Insulated 50mm~150mm where possible
- Approvals by Lloyd's Register, the Netherlands
BITUMEN BAG DECANTER THERMAL-OIL - BITUMEN BOX CONTAINER - BITUTANK - BITUCONTAINER
CAPACITY 28500-Litre / 27,5MT LOAD CAPACITY - TYPE: 22H1
6058mm x 2438mm x 2591mm, 0.55 bar test pressure, double skin (bunded) and highly insulated, baffled, re-heating by thermal oil (hot oil).
NOMINAL 28,5CBM VOLUME - LLOYDS REGISTER APPROVAL - SEA - ROAD AND RAIL TRANSPORT
|Nominal Capacity Tank
||(7530 US GALLONS) 6270 GALLONS
|Maximum Gross Weight
|Relief Valve Set Pressure
||0.32 bar / -0.21 bar/vac
||4,64 psi / -3 vac/psi
|Bursting Disc Setting
||5,08 psi / -3 vac/psi
|Ambient Temp. Range
||-20°C to +65°C
||-20°F up-to +149°F
|Maximum Cargo Temp
||Anti Corrosive CORTEN-A Steel SPA-H, B480, 3,0mm Double Wall Outer Corrugated 1,6mm
|Design Code / Approvals
||BS ISO668, ISO830, ISO1161, ISO1496-4(1991), CSC(2014), ISO6346, LRCCS(2014), TIR(1975), UIC(2010),
|Man lid/Hatch Cover
||Special hatch for big bags 1MT ~ 1,2MT and 500mm (20") diameter, 6 point fixing, 14mm x 12mm seal, located center.
||Volumetric chart, nominal capacity 28,340 liters available.
|Airline / Vapor
||40MM (11⁄2") ball valve, outlet 11⁄2" BSP, s/s screw cap.
||65MM (21⁄2") high flow flanged, operating pressure 0,22 bar. Capacity: 8710m3/hr.
||DN80 (3") 0.35 bar (32 psi) setting.
||Blanked weld-in flange drilled 6 M12 holes @ 168 pcd, provision for optional fitting of 80mm (3") stainless steel butterfly valve. DN80, ASA 150 bolted blank flange outlet, 80mm (3") removable full-length syphon tube.
||Guard stainless steel 100MM 4" Ball valve - Outlet 3" BSP Flange with 3" Camlock Couplings and 3" Dust Cap.
|Gaskets & Seals
||Parts in contact with cargo, PTFE/Teflon.
||2" Thermal-Oil Heating Piping on the container floor, 12.5 squ.m heating surface.
||50MM (2") inorganic Rockwool (CFC free); Thermal Conductivity: ≤ 0.044 w/(m2.k), Bottom Insulation 150MM (6")
|Document Holder / Earth
||It is fitted rear end, suitable for shipping documents, MSDS, etc. Earth is located at the rear.
|Data Plate / Markings
||Stainless steel data plate detailing specifications fitted rear end.
||The Bitumen Bag Decanter container frame shall be mainly composed of an inner box-type tank for bitumen, internal heating pipes, insulation, and nozzles, two (2) end frames, two (2) top side rails, two (2) bottom side rails, two (2) sidewalls and eight (8) corner fittings.
||They have intergraded at the front end.
||Analogue gauge fitted rear end: -20°C to +300°C. / -4°F to +572°F.
||1/2" BSP fitted rear end
||9005 or custom
Actual measurements and specifications may vary and are subject to confirmation.
Tank containers are supplied per the manufacturer's (Danteco Industries BV) general trading terms and conditions.