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Frame Tank for Fish

FAQ: Can a frame tank be used to temporarily store fish?

A customer was looking for a frame tank for fish that would allow him to temporarily store fish in a tank while their fish pond was being realigned. See how a frame tank can work for this type of storage application.

Frame Tanks have Open-Top Design

frame tankThe Frame Tank is an open-top storage tank designed to store various liquids including water and chemicals. The stainless steel water storage tank is great for fish farming, fire fighting efforts and emergency water storage requirements. These water storage tanks are economical, portable way to temporarily store water. Read more about using a Collapsible Tank to Rear Fish.

Questions? We can help! Call our team at +1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your requirements.


Frame Tank Design

The design of the frame tank includes several components depending on what you will be storing inside the storage tank. These components include:

  • Inner Liner: The main portion of the frame tank is made from an inner liner that is chosen based on the liquid you are storing. For fish storage, customers will typically choose an FDA approved fabric that is safe for animals.
  • Outer Frame: Around this liner is an outer frame that works to create a firm structure for your portable frame tank. This frame is typically made from a steel or aluminum material for added support.

In addition, frame tanks may also include a top cover, bottom liner and/or drain fittings.

Open Top Onion Tank

onion tanksAnother product that could work for your application is an Onion Tank. Our self-rising onion tanks are easy to deploy with minimal resources and are operational in minutes.

If our standard sizes are too large we can custom manufacture an onion tank or frame tank for your desired size. View our Pillow Tanks and Collapsible Water Tanks page for more information.


Questions? We can help! Call our team at +1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your requirements.