Now is the perfect time to order your NH3 three-year and five-year identification decals from the CAAR Mart! CAAR's voluntary decal program helps retailers easily identify post weld and non-post weld heated anhydrous ammonia tanks and nurse wagons.

Last fall, CAAR launched a voluntary decal program for anhydrous ammonia tanks and nurse wagons to help retailers and tank owners readily identify which of their tanks fall under three- or five-year hydrostatic testing frequencies.

Under the new CSA B620-14 standard, which came into effect in January 2018, non-post weld heat treated tanks require hydrostatic testing every three years and post weld heat treated tanks require hydrostatic testing every five years. Both tank types will still require an annual visual inspection.

The bright yellow and bright green decals were designed to support the information on the tank’s data plate, saving operators time and helping to ensure that tanks remain in compliance.

Beat the spring rush and purchase your decals online from the CAAR Mart today!

For further information, please contact Lady Gabilo at 204-989-9304 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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