We are specialized in ethanol transportation, serving the specifications and requirements to the segments of consumer goods, beverages, cosmetics, distribution, pharmaceuticals and chemicals.
Through outsourced services we provide compartmentalized equipments, serving our costumers needs, possibiliting loadings above 15m³ (15000 liters).
Ethanol Loading Specifications
• Driver’s license
• MODP (Movimentation and operation of dangerous products)
• NR20 (Regularmented rule 20) – advanced II – 32 hours – security at work with flammable
• NR35 (regularmented rule 35) – working at height
• CIV – Certificate of Vehicle Inspection
• Certificate of measurement and capacitation to dangerous products
• License + National Agency of Land transportation
• Authorization of lengh above 19m – AET (Special Transit Authorization) if applicable
• Specific authorization – AE (special authorization to 5% PBTC (total gross weight combined))
The food transport tank differs from the chemical transport tank by a lateral orange band. It is used to transport products for human consumption, among them wines, juices and neutral hydrated ethanol (which is used for the fabrication of cosmetics, beverages and pharmaceuticals). The use of the chemical tank is prohibited by law, contained in ANTT RESOLUTION No. 3.665 / 11, MAY, 4th 2011, which says that it is prohibited to carry dangerous products together with food, medicines or any objects intended for use or Human or animal consumption or also for the packaging of goods intended for the same purpose.
Tank to transport chemicals
The tanks for transporting chemical products are for the exclusive use of these products, and can’t transport products for human consumption. Following the other loading standards to dangerous products, the compatibility of the product must be taken into account, observing the absence of explosion’s risk, fire or heat detachment, formation of dangerous gases, vapors, dangerous compounds or combinations due to Alteration of the physical and chemical originals characteristics of any of the products, if into contact with each other (by leak, package’s rupture, or any other cause).
The regulation of the dangerous products’ transport is made by ANTT (National Agency of Land Transportation), which requires that the products being transported and the risks they are presenting are identified. Safety panels and risk labels are used for this identification. The safety panel must contain the risk number in addition to the product number, which is regulated by the UN (United Nations), in this way obtaining a greater identification of the risks. This panel should be located on the front, rear and sides of the vehicle. Risk labels should be placed on the sides and rear of the vehicle.