Frac Tank Container Shipping, Pricing and Options
FAQ: Are there secondary containment options for Frac Tanks?
Question: Hi I was looking for info on your frac tanks. Pricing, tank container shipping. I would
also like to know what kind of options I have in terms of secondary containment?
Answer: Thanks for contacting us! I am happy to provide you with some addition information regarding our Flexible Frac Tanks. Made from robust and long-lasting materials, these tanks are commonly used as frac water storage on oil fields, frac sites and more.
Pricing & Delivery Information
In order to provide you with prices and frac water tank delivery options on these tanks, the first thing we would need to know is what size tanks you are looking to use on your site. Our standard sizes for the frac storage tanks will range anywhere from 20,000 gallons to 210,000 gallons. However, smaller flexible frac tank options are also available in sizes as low as 25 gallons.
The second piece of information we would need to know is where you need these tanks delivered. Our lead times can vary based on the demand in our facilities, the size tanks you are requiring, and where you need these tanks delivered. Once all this is calculated we can give you your tank container shipping information.
Depending on your specific location requirements, different options may work better than others. These flexible tanks can be made from several different fabrics, including those equipped for temperatures in the range of -58 F to 180 F. If you are planning on using one of these tanks in a demanding climate, please let us know so that we can ensure that your tank material is equipped to handle these conditions.
Frac Tank Secondary Containment Options
For frac tank secondary containment, there are a couple of different options you could consider. The most common option for flexible frac tank containment is the Secondary Containment Berm.
This containment berm is made with aluminum angles that fit directly into the side of the berm to create a rigid containment area. For more information on these berms, please view the Aluminum Angle Spill Berm.