Stainless steel tanks are beginning to dot the landscape all across America impacting the livestock, agriculture, construction as well as petroleum industries. Having important materials such as fuel and feed available on the property without it needing to be hauled in not only save significant amounts of money by allowing buyers to purchase materials in bulk at the lower prices and also reduces downtime usually experienced while waiting for the next delivery or suffering through any of a number of supply chain-related issues.
A stainless steel tank is an ideal solution for any facility that needs to store harsh or corrosive chemicals on the property. A well-fabricated tank using 304 or 316 stainless steel is not only durable and lasts a long time but also guards against a possible puncture of the outer wall and avoiding a significant news event or environmental disaster. A chemical tank can be s stationary tank and designed to remain for its lifetime but smaller tanks can also be created to be more mobile and able to be transported to the fields where they are needed. Some of the chemicals used for industrial applications are:
As the agriculture business continues to innovate there is increasing use of liquid fertilizers used to grow and protect America’s crops all through the mid-west, east, and west coasts. These liquid fertilizers are water-soluble powders or concentrate that has a mixture of phosphorous, iron, potassium, and nitrogen. The storing of these ingredients for large scale operations requires a reliable, sturdy, and non-corrosive quality metal. A stainless steel fertilizer tank fits those requirements perfectly. Our cone bottom tanks are the most popular made of 304 or 316 stainless steel and can be manufactured quickly and ready for installation on-site.
We currently work with 100’s of professionals in the Fire Protection, Landscaping, Water Management, Commercial Facilities, and Risk Management industries to provide line drawings and specifications for their client’s projects. Our tanks are also approved and included in building plans for cities, counties, school districts, and municipalities. Let us know the information you need for the project plans you are working on.