Grade A Used 800 Liter Container ( $1,750 )
Cornerstone Stainless Containers currently has a limited inventory of used, aseptic, 1.0 bar containers that are being sold for $1,750 each!!
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These particular tanks are were produced back in the 2010’s and are in particularly nice shape for used equipment. They do have over a decade of wear, so they are certainly dinged up, but they have a modern design compared to other used tanks on the market.
Each tank has been cleaned & tested to ensure proper functionality, and are currently being warehouse in Stockton, CA. We can help arrange shipping of the tanks, however the purchaser is responsible for all shipping costs.
These tanks are 800 liters (211-gallon) with about 50 liters extra for head space. Each tank is 41.5″ in diameter, 68″ in height and weighs roughly 385 lbs. They’re rated for 1.0 bar of pressure (15 psi) and come with a pressure relief valve (PRV), also rated for 1.0 bar.
These containers we’re previously used for flavorings and extracts. They have no ports on the body, allowing for aseptic to discourage bacteria growth. The pressure rating allows you to seal the contents, making these ideal for transport and storage of Food & Beverage products.
The pressure rating allows them to be used as carbonating tanks or as fermenters (60-degree slope, for a total of 120-degree conical bottom). If you have the means of adding ports to the body of the tank, they could easily be transformed into little brite-tanks.
Here’s the current set-up and how you would receive your tanks without alterations:
• 2.5″ butterfly discharge valve
• 16″ manway lid on top
• 1.0 bar PRV (on lid)
• CO2/NO2 intake valve (on lid as well)
• Crown for stacking (3-high empty or 2-high full)
• Forklift tunnels at base
Because these tanks are used and being sourced from a couple different locations, some of the tanks may have etched lettering or branding already on them. If this is an issue, I have heard that acetone can remove this, or a special kind of cleaner can do so as well. Perhaps the easiest way of covering this is to use a sticker of sorts.
If you have any more questions, need any more details, or would like a shipping quote, please be in touch.