Fiberglass Storage Tanks
Many Sizes and Styles of Fiberglass Storage Tanks
Fiberglass Storage Tanks are a robust liquid storage option for agricultural facilities, residential locations, and commercial properties. Used for a range of water, waste, and chemical storage requirements, these fiberglass tanks work to successfully store liquids in your location. When compared to other water storage tanks, fiberglass tanks offer a robust material naturally resistant to rust, dents and corrosion. The fiberglass storage tank is one of the strongest available liquid storage options available. Models include above ground dome style tanks, flat top fiberglass basins, underground storage tanks and above ground septic tanks.
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Fiberglass Storage Tank Construction
One of the many benefits of fiberglass storage tanks is their robust construction and fabrication. All fiberglass tanks are molded and fabricated with tough exteriors and resins that are compatible with the exact type of liquid you intend to store in the tank.
Unlike other materials, fiberglass tank resins feature a one-time chemical reaction during their construction. After this reaction, fabrics will remain inert for remainder of their use. This allows liquids to be successfully stored within your tank for as long as needed or required without causing any harm to liquid being stored in the tank.
Tank Exteriors and Sizing
Standard construction for these tanks features models up to 20,000 gallons in size. Additional options may be available upon request. The fiberglass material is extremely robust, making it naturally resistant to following:
Fiberglass tanks are commonly used for long term storage and are well-equipped to provide effective storage for years to come.
Fiberglass Tank Uses
Due to the strength and stability of the fabrics, fiberglass storage tanks are well equipped for implementation in a range of different locations and applications. Some of their most popular uses include the following:
- Rainwater Collection
- Fire Suppression Water Storage
- Utility Water Supply
- Well Water Storage/Backup Supply
- Potable Water Storage
- Waste Water
- Septic Tanks
- Irrigation Water Storage
- Process or Production Fluids
Fiberglass Tank Construction and Liquid Compatibility
Fiberglass Tanks are built in a range of different options that include above ground horizontal/vertical, below ground horizontal and above ground flat top basins. While they are compatible with a range of different water types, chemicals and liquids, they are not rated for fuel storage. Please feel free to check with us to confirm compatibility with any specific liquid or material.
Not sure if a fiberglass tank can work for your application? Please dont hesitate to call us with your particular request or questions. Fiberglass is a very flexible material and can be shaped to a variety of different configurations.