Nurse Tank Inspection Program - National Registry & Database

NTIP has been reinvented to better suit the needs of facilities that wish to track and maintain their nurse tanks used for anhydrous ammonia. This website feature is utilized by Cargo Tank “CT” Inspectors to administer the NTIP inspection and testing program with credibility.  More info...

DOT issues Safety Advisory to all anhydrous ammonia nurse tank owners. More info...

Register your inspector with NTIP to perform or witness the inspections and tests required to receive the exemption. Persons wishing to register with NTIP as a “Registered Inspector” must possess a Cargo Tank (CT) registration number from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.  More info...

Apply with FMCSA to receive a Cargo Tank (CT) registration number.

History of NTIP
In March of 2004, The Fertilizer Institute (TFI), acting at the special request and as an agent on behalf of eight of it’s members which included Agriliance, LLC., Crop Production Services, Growmark, Royster-Clark, Inc., Simplot Growers Solutions, The Andersons, Western Farm Service and the Wilbur-Ellis Company applied for a Special Permit from certain requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) “Hazardous Materials Regulations.”  More info...

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