Cryogenic tanks: Why the cryogenic beam tanks can save you money


The beam tank design has been a staple of UK-based bulk liquid tank manufacturer UBH International since the late 1980s, when engineers first came up with a revolutionary design to maximise structural integrity whilst trying to create something that would have the unique selling point of being one of the most fuel-efficient tanks to transport over the road.

The history of the company goes back to the late 1940s when, as ‘United Boilers’ the company’s skills in pressure vessel manufacture were initially developed. In 1958 the company moved to its present  site in Burscough and became Universal Bulk Handling or UBH, with the name change marking a conscious shift of emphasis to focus on equipment for bulk liquid transport.

Originally a manufacturer of specialist road tankers, the company began to diversify from the early 1970’s onwards, using the skills of its engineers and workforce to develop a range of intermodal tank containers or ISO-tanks.

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