Storage tanks are used for storing of liquids such as beverages, water, oils, fats, chemicals and other forms of liquids used in the processing industries. Types of storage tanks tend to vary depending on the material of construction generally they are Stainless Steel Storage Tanks , Mild Steel Storage Tanks , Glass Lined Storage Tanks , Plastic Storage Tanks , Cryogenic Storage Tanks and Bunded Storage Tanks . Storage tanks are either horizontal or vertical and cylindrical or rectangular. Large storage tanks tend to vertical and cylindrical, the ends can be flat, sloping, conical or dished at the bottom and open, dished, flat or conical at the top. Additional features can include fitting a jacket or internal coil for heating or cooling of the liquid and supplying a rectangular bund to safely contain leakages. The material of construction of a storage tank depends on the type of liquid to be stored within the tank. Storage tanks tend to be constructed by engineering companies and specialist fabricators such as Ardeth Engineering, Conway Vickers, Cookson & Zinn, Bibby's, Sinclair Stainless, T Giusti, DeDietrich, Forbes, Pfaudler and many more.
Used 250,000L 304 stainless steel storage tanks, built by Holvrieka BV. Orientation: vertical, cylindrical, coned bottom, dished top. Dimensions: 5250mm internal dia, 10680mm on the straight, 3860mm cone depth, 15940mm overall length. Design Data: 1.1 bar vessel design pressure, 6 bar coil design pressure, design temp 20 degrees C. Lagged & clad in 304 stainless steel.
Used 125,000 Litre Mild Steel Storage Tank. Orientation: vertical, cylindrical, dished bottom, tented top. Dimensions: 4000mm diameter, 10100mm on the straight, 700mm bottom dish, 12000mm overall length. Connections: (1) 100mm bottom outlet, (1) 250mm top centre vent, (4) 100mm top inlets, (1) 460mm top manway, (1) 600mm side bottom outlet. Tank is supported by (6) steel...
Used 70,000 Litre HDPE Storage tank, built by Allibert Helix Tanks, 1996. Orientation: vertical, cylindrical, flat top and bottom. Dimensions: 3084mm internal diameter, 9890mm on the straight. Complete with side ladder, handrails and wind/lifting band. Previously used to store chemicals
Unused 70,000 Litre GRP Storage Tank, built by Fibre Reinforced Products Ltd, 1997, Lining: Vinylester & Syn Veil, Orientation: Vertical, flat bottom, dished top, Dimensions: 4000mm dia, 7000mm tall, Desity 1.0SG, Design Pressure: Atmospheric, Design Temperature: 40degC.
Unused 60,000 Litre GRP Storage Tanks, built by Fibre Reinforced Products Ltd, 1997, Internal Lining: Vinylester & syn veil chemical barrier, Orientation: Vertical, flat bottomed, dished top, Dimensions: 3000mm dia, 9000mm tall, Connections: 80mm, side bottom manway.
Used 54,000 Litre Vertical Cylindrical GRP Storage Tank, polypropylene (celmar) lined, manu by Balmoral Fibre Glass Ltd, 1994, 'as new condition', 1.0 sg, operating pressure atmospheric, operating temp 27degC max, vessel dia 4000mm, 5980mm tan to tan, flat bottom, coned top, design pressure 0.006 bar, construction code BS4994 (1987) Cat 1, weight 3640kg. Connections: 1 x 150mm top inlet, 2 x...
Used 54,000 Litre Mild Steel Storage Tank. Orientation: horizontal, cylindrical, dished ends on cradles. Dimensions: 2745mm diameter, 9150mm long. ex water
Used 50,480 Litre Liquid Nitrogen Storage Tank. Orientation: vertical, cylindrical, dished top and bottom, skirted base. Working pressure 12.15bar, test pressure 18.62bar, working temperature -196degC.
Used 50,000 Litre Bunded Storage Tank. Orientation: horizontal, rectangular. Dimensions: 3100mm w x 3000mm h x 7550mm l. Complete with full end cabinet fitted with a roller shutter door. Cabinet consists of 1 off 70ppm pump with fuel management system, bund, overfill alarm and gauge. 75mm fill line with cap and chain. Ex diesel storage tank.
Used 47,000 Litre 316 Stainless Steel Storage Tank, built by H. Pontifex & Sons Ltd, 1990. Orientation: vertical, cylindrical, flat bottom, tented top. Dimensions: 3100mm internal diameter, 6000mm on the straight, 6575mm overall height. Previously used on chemicals.