|Plastic Tanks, Chemical Storage Tanks, Hazardous Pharmaceutical Tanks|
Gobain - molded Cylindrical tanks - spigot tanks - HDPE Tanks
- High-Density Polythylene tanks - Polypropylene Tanks - Cross linked high-density
polyethylene large rectangular tanks - tank stands and accessories.
High-Density polyethylene cone bottom tanks - Tank Assemblies for
metering pumps - Verticle storage tanks - horizontal leg tanks
- double walled tanks and systems - dual containment closed top
tanks - dispensing tanks
Chem-Tainer - Containment Basins - Spill Containment Pallets- Double WallBulk Storage Tanks - closed head shipping drums - security spill containment - oil containers - cone bottom tanks - vertical water storage tanks - pharmaceutical tanks and hoppers - conical bottom bulk storage tanks.
Tank Accessories - bulkhead fittings - filters - mixers - tank stands - pipe - meters - valves - tubing
Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) tanks and process vessels are used because fiberglass is stronger than glass, heavier than plastic, and matches the strength of steel. The tank consists of fibers of glass and plastic combination. You will find that it is heavier than the other types of plastic tanks. These tanks continually serve a wide range of applications in the chemical handling, mining, pulp and paper, petrochemical, waste water treatment, oil and gas drilling and testing, food processing, pollution control industries, agriculture and aquaculture environments.
Polypropylene Tanks - Polypropylene, Polypropylene and Polyolefin tanks. These tanks possess a good strength to weight ratio. These tanks have a hard, high glass surface; polypropylene is ideally suited to harsh environments. These tanks can be used at temperatures ranging from 30° to 210°F, depending on the application.
Polyethylene Tanks - Polyethylene: Polyethylene, a Polyolefin, is the largest volume thermoplastic polymer used today. It is available in a wide range of properties including chemical resistance and electrical properties, low coefficient of friction, near-zero moisture absorption, light weight. The most common forms of polyethylene are LDPE, HDPE, MDPE, UHMW.
PVC Tanks - PVC is one of the most versatile thermoplastics in use today. It is used extensively from FDA packaging, to construction products. Its excellent strength to weight ration, and superior flame resistance, coupled with its low costs, make it the material of choice of the most demanding applications. PVC has excellent chemical resistance and dielectric properties. The max.service temp is 140°F.