Welded Stainless Steel Tanks that are AWWA compliant with interior coating are the recommended solution for the storage of potable water & water for either irrigation or manufacturing. Stainless Steel Tanks also provide superior corrosion resistant containment for the storage of caustic chemicals such as Sulfuric Acid, Liquid Fertilizer, Hydrochloric Acid, Sodium Hydrochloride, Alums, Polymers, and more. Our Stainless Steel Tanks can be fabricated in a variety of shapes and configurations to fit your particular needs. All tanks include site-specific engineering.
Beyond the obvious benefits of stainless steel in applications such as food processing, municipal water storage, and compliance with all regulatory standards here are a few:
The stainless steel materials used are for the most part already recycled stainless steel from another application. The fact that more than 50% of the stainless steel being used has been recycled becomes an attractive feature for anyone concerned about the planet and the wise use of resources
With the long life span of a welded stainless steel tank and minimal maintenance requirements, the cost savings over time ensure the investment in this caliber of water storage facility pays for itself over and over.
In that these tanks won’t crack, puncture, or allow bacteria to grow on any surface thus protecting the stored water from ever being compromised. These tanks are fire resistant and unaffected to prolonged exposure to light or heat.
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.
Below are some of our more popular sizes, but we can always fabricate to your specification, just ask. Tanks over 30,000 Gallons are Field Erected