Tank definition

Tank means an enclosed space which is formed by the permanent structure of a ship and which is designed for the carriage of liquid in bulk.

Examples of Tank in a sentence

Under 40 CFR 60, Subpart Kb, Tank 2 is considered an affected facility.

Tank 131, fixed roof tank with a storage capacity of 10,465 gallons, approved in 2021 for construction.

Tank 58, fixed roof tank with a storage capacity of 30,000 gallons, constructed in 1981.

Tank 90, fixed roof tank with a storage capacity of 6,000 gallons, constructed in 2009.

Tank 126, fixed roof tank with a storage capacity of 10,465 gallons, approved in 2021 for construction.


More Definitions of Tank

Tank means any tank, compartment, or space which contains or has contained any oil or inflammable liquid, or any sludge deposit or residue therefrom;
Tank means a shell, including its service and structural equipment. When used alone, the term tank means a tank-container, portable tank, demountable tank or fixed tank as defined in this Part, including tanks forming elements of battery-vehicles or MEGCs (see also "Demountable tank", "Fixed tank", "Portable tank" and "Multiple-element gas container");
Tank means a device designed to contain an accumulation of oil and constructed of nonearthen materials, such as concrete, steel, or plastic, that provides structural support. This term does not include flow-through process tanks as defined in 40 CFR Part 280.
Tank means a stationary device which is designed to contain an accumulation of hazardous waste and which is constructed primarily of nonearthen materials, such as wood, concrete, steel, or plastic, that provide structural support.
Tank means any of the existing LNG tanks S101, S102, S103, S104 or S105 of the Existing Facility and located at the Existing Facility Site.
Tank means the tank(s) designed to contain the liquid fuel, as defined in paragraph 2.6. or compressed hydrogen gas, used primarily for the propulsion of the vehicle excluding its accessories (filler pipe, if it is a separate element, filler hole, cap, gauge, connections to the engine or to compensate interior excess pressure, etc.);