ProSolve is your engineering partner

From expanding your product line of dangerous goods vehicles to producing design changes for existing units, ProSolve turns your challenges into assets. ProSolve‘s Transport Canada Registered Design Engineers are skilled and experienced in completing TCRN designs and amendment packages to CSA Standard B620. We’ll also help with your facility registration application.

ProSolve‘s Design Engineers work collaboratively with highway tank manufacturers to obtain TCRNs and to register facilities and quality programs with Transport Canada.

Quality Manual

Facility Registration

  • Comply with Transport Canada (TC) registration requirements defined by CSA Standard B620 for highway tanks and TC portable tanks for the transportation of dangerous goods (TDG)
  • Comply with U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) registration requirements defined by Title 49 CFR for cargo tanks
  • Register your company for various services with different TC and US DOT tank specifications:
    • Manufacture
    • Assembly
    • Modification
    • Repair
    • Inspection, test, and retest
  • Complete a new TC registration or an amendment of an existing TC registration
  • Write Quality Manuals and update documentation for compliance
  • Develop inspection and test plans
  • Provide custom, on-site training

TCRN Licences or Submissions

  • License ProSolve’s proprietary designs for manufacture
  • Own stronger, lighter highway tanks with more payload
  • Amend your existing TCRNs and submit your new designs for registration
  • Engineer and design improved highway tanks: truck-mounted units, semi-trailers, combination units
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Custom Designs

Design engineering to address your unique needs and satisfy regulatory requirements:

  • Highway tanks per CSA Standard B620 and the ASME Code.
  • Bumpers, rear end and bottom damage protection devices for nozzles and meters.
  • TC44 tanks to CSA Standard B626.
  • General arrangement drawings and piping diagrams.
  • Truck weight distribution calculations.
  • Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for design optimization.