Tank car DOT-112 for transport of liquefied petroleum gas

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Detailed vector illustration of railroad tank car with designation DOT 112J340W used by American railways. Class DOT-112 allow carriage of pressurized gases and top loading.  Minimum tank plate thickness ranges from 1/2 inch to 11/16 inch for steel tanks.
The car have a various safety systems and fittings to protect reservoir from damage during an accident or severe impact. Cistern is  equipped with double-shelf couplers that have top and bottom shelves. They serve  to prevent couplers from separating in a derailment. For identify car carrying liquefied compressed gas is a sign diamond shaped placard with a symbol for flammable liquid and a number 1075.
Realistic vector design with many details, key stencil table, all technical parameters and signal markings. Isolated objects over white background.

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Detailed vector illustration of railroad tank car with designation DOT 112J340W used by American railways. Class DOT-112 allow carriage of pressurized gases and top loading. Minimum tank plate thickness ranges from 1/2 inch to 11/16 inch for steel tanks. The car have a various safety systems and fittings to protect reservoir from damage during an accident or severe impact. Cistern is equipped with double-shelf couplers that have top and bottom shelves. They serve to prevent couplers from separating in a derailment. For identify car carrying liquefied compressed gas is a sign diamond shaped placard with a symbol for flammable liquid and a number 1075. Realistic vector design with many details, key stencil table, all technical parameters and signal markings. Isolated objects over white background.