Foam Discharge Tank In the early years of the oil industry, fire in a storage tank was a common occurrence. Virtually all products were stored in cone roof tanks built of riveted steel plates and the roof was often constructed with wood and tar coated paper. Tank fires were common especially after a lightning storm. This costly experience gradually led to improvements in better codes and guidelines for handling storage tank fires. Floating roof tanks were adopted for low flash point petroleum products and proved to be a most reliable method of protection against losses due to fires. The less volatile products with higher flash points continue to be stored in welded steel cone roof tanks.
3D DESCRIPTION -3D Model of Energy Recovery Unit -Model is created in 3dsmax2009 Rendered with Vray -Materials included -Polygonal geometry (quad/tris) -All vray material are included
Model is highly detailed and is suitable for close-up
You can create a larger composition Fully detailed, textured model. Detailed enough for close-up renders. Comes with detailed normal materials,
This set will allow you to collect the ventilation system of any complexity in a few minutes. Originally modeled in 3ds Max 2009. Final images rendered with V-Ray. The 3ds Max zip file contains also V-Ray and standard materials scenes.
- Easy to convert model in other formats. - No need for any special plug-in to open the model. - Useful for BMS, BAS, high resolution renders, magazines and production. - No multi/Sub-Objects materials. - Materials, textures and objects are clearly named. - Export formats works correctly.