Construction of Metal Tanks

Construction of Metal Tanks

EPC / Site Construction Projects: Tank Farm, Plant Piping, Storage Tanks for Crude Oil & Finished Products etc.

Pressure Vessels & Tanks Manufacturing: Knock out Drums, Filters, Vent Drums, Separators etc.

Gas Projects: Storage Tanks & System Installation for LP, Propane. Aerosol/Odorless & Synthetic Natural Gases. Piping Networks Industrial, Building etc.

Maintenance Projects: Storage Tank Repair, Tank Bottom Plates Replacement, Loading Arm Maintenance etc.

Metal Tanks: In gas stations, fuel farms, refineries, breweries and any liquid base production plant, you will find metal tanks that are used to store or mix liquids. There is a large market for metal tanks. So, if you are looking towards starting a metal related business, then you should consider going into the construction of metal tanks. It is a profitable business worth investing in.

5 Tips of New Tank Construction:

Welded Steel Tanks offer some advantages over other types of storage tanks, such as bolted tanks or concrete tanks, however, every project has its own specific needs. Check out Top 5 Advantages of Welded Steel Tanks and our AST Comparison Guide to learn more about storage tank options and the potential value a welded steel storage tank might bring to your project.

Build tanks with welded steel: We believe welded steel is the BEST choice for field erected storage tank - for potable water, for water treatment, for oil, fuel and other essential liquid resources. We've been working with tanks for decades, and welded steel remains our choice for economical, reliable and safe storage.

Above Ground Storate Tank: Large container usually made of metal and also designed to temporarily store a variety of gas and liquids. Industries can store substances that range from water and crude oil to other chemical products.

Tanks Designed: Conditions such as earthquake zones, high winds, and extreme rainfall require design modifications to make safe for operation and to prevent any potential damage to the tank from the extremes the weather may pose. Different industries require various types of configurations for valves, roofs, and piping based on the product stored.

The design of the tank components is critical, decades of experience to determine the best location of the tank. Considerations in such decisions are logistics of loading and unloading the tanks, potential future facility expansion.

Wishing you all the best,