Above Ground Fiberglass Tanks

National Storage Tank is one of the largest Fiberglass Tank providers in the U.S.

Available in sizes from 4,000 to 42,000 gallons, Above Ground Fiberglass Tanks, provide a cost-effective and long-lasting storage solutions to a wide variety of industries with “Caustic Storage” needs:

Waste Water Treatment Plants: Applications include bulk storage, clarifier tanks, package plants, mini-bulk, day tanks, batch tank systems, mixing tanks, surge tanks, rinse tanks.

Rain Water Storage and Potable Water Storage: Our Fiberglass Drinking Water Tanks are built to AWWA Standards. We use NSF approved resins with UV inhibitors to ensure durability.

Chemical Industry: Fiberglass tanks hold a variety of chemicals like Sodium Hypochlorite (bleach), Ferric Chloride, Sodium Hydroxide, Hydrofuluosilicic Acid, Alum and many more. The chemical industry is another area where fiberglass tanks are an excellent choice for their durability and corrosion-resistant properties. Our resin chemist will match the proper resins to withstand the chemical properties of the product being stored.

Petroleum and Allied Products: Fiberglass tanks are an excellent choice for storing Lubricant, Oil & Oil Waste, Production Water, Acids, Fracking & Water storage.

Food Processing: In beef, poultry, and other FDA regulated processing plants fiberglass tanks are particularly useful in containing blood, which is highly corrosive even to stainless steel. Other food processing companies have equally difficult challenges as they use aggressive acids in food processing. For example Brine, Pickle, Sauerkraut, Hot Sauce, fruit and vegetable oil processing plants, Wineries, Beverage Companies, and more.

Pulp and Paper Industry: This industry was one of the first to recognize the chemical corrosion resistant properties of fiberglass tanks, specifically the Pulp and Bleach Mills. In more recent years fiberglass tanks have been used in many areas for both corrosion resistance, strength and durability. Again, the resins used must always be matched to the chemicals being stored.

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