Deutsch: Tank / Español: Tanque / Português: Tanque / Français: Réservoir / Italiano: Serbatoio /

Tank refers to a container for holding gasses or liquids. Generally cylindrical in shape. Large tanks are found on the chassis of trucks for transporting bulk products, as in tank truck or tanker.

See also:
"Tank" is in the NAICS Code "33242"
Metal Tank (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing

"Tank" is in the CPC Code "9412"
Tank emptying and cleaning services

"Tank" is in the HS Code "8606.10"
- - Tank wagons and the like

"Tank" is in the UNSPSC Code "25111720"
Tank landing ships

Ref: 124170/2006-09-22


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