Steel Storage Tank Specification
FAQ: What are the specs for a 10,000 gallon steel tank?
Question: I'm looking for the technical specifications for a 10,000 gallon steel storage tank. Can you help me with this information? Also, what is the cost for a tank of this size?
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry! In terms of steel storage, there are a couple of different tank options available to help with this type of storage. In order to provide you with specifications on one of these tanks, there are a couple of things we would first need to know regarding your tank style and fabrication.
Steel Storage Tank Options
In order to provide you with the exact specifications of the steel tank you are looking for, please
let us know some of the following information:
- Tank Configuration:
- Above Ground or Underground Storage?
- Vertical or Horizontal?
- Single or Double Wall?
- Type of Liquid Being Stored
Once we know this information regarding the type of tank that you need, we can better see what kind of options are available in terms of storage. This can help us get you the exact sizing for your storage.
Example Steel Tank Sizing
A 10,000 gallon ASME Pressure Vessel for water storage is going to be anywhere from 288" Long x 96" Diameter to 396" Long x 84" Diameter. An Underground Fuel Tank ranges in size from 17-26' in length x 8-10' in diameter.
Custom Steel Storage Tanks
In addition to standard sizing options, we are also able to provide custom sizing for the steel tanks to meet your exact specifications. If you are looking for something that can meet specific storage requirements, please don't hesitate to send us your specifications.
General specifications for these tanks have included the following:
- Capacities from 240-50,000 gal
- Steel Thickness from 10 gauge to 1 1/4"
- Exterior Full Fillet Lap Joints to add "ribbed" strength
- Striker Plates to protect the internal surface
- Seam Inspection
- 5 psi Factory Air Test
You truly get to design the 10,000 gallon steel storage tank to your exact specifications. When choosing a tank, you get to decide the volume, single wall or double wall, corrosion protection system and external protective coatings, type, size, location, and number of fittings and manways.