Tank car DOT-111 with head shield for transport of crude oil

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Detailed vector illustration of railroad tank car with designation DOT 111A100W3 used by American railways. DOT-111 is a specification for a non-pressurized rail tank car used in the USA. In Canada are called “CTC-111A”. They are designed to transport liquid and gaseous commodities. Approximately 300,000 DOT-111’s are using in North America. They carry a wide range of hazardous and non-hazardous materials. The indication of the type of load is done with signboards. For identify car carrying crude oil is a sign diamond shaped placard with a symbol for flammable liquid and a number 1267. Tanks may be constructed from carbon steel, aluminum alloy, high alloy steel and nickel plate steel by fusion welding. Because of frequent incidents with this type cistern and greater safety in the carriage, the car is equipped with half height head shields made from steel.  Realistic graphic design with many details, all technical parameters and markings. Isolated objects over white background.

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Detailed vector illustration of railroad tank car with designation DOT 111A100W3 used by American railways. DOT-111 is a specification for a non-pressurized rail tank car used in the USA. In Canada are called “CTC-111A”. They are designed to transport liquid and gaseous commodities. Approximately 300,000 DOT-111’s are using in North America. They carry a wide range of hazardous and non-hazardous materials. The indication of the type of load is done with signboards. For identify car carrying crude oil is a sign diamond shaped placard with a symbol for flammable liquid and a number 1267. Tanks may be constructed from carbon steel, aluminum alloy, high alloy steel and nickel plate steel by fusion welding. Because of frequent incidents with this type cistern and greater safety in the carriage, the car is equipped with half height head shields made from steel. Realistic graphic design with many details, all technical parameters and markings. Isolated objects over white background.