Liquid Storage & Transport

5 Key Differences: Poly vs Fiberglass Chemical Storage Tanks

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 12, 2017 11:42:28 AM / by Calvin Symington posted in Buying a Vertical Storage Tank

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When it comes to chemical storage tanks, you always want something you can rely on. You want a tank that is low maintenance, cost effective and is sturdy enough to take whatever is thrown at it. Two of the most popular types of storage tanks are fiberglass and polyethylene. To make it easy for you to learn about these types of tanks, I pulled together 5 key differences.

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Poly Storage Tanks vs. Stainless Steel: 3 Facts Revealed

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 11, 2017 7:47:27 AM / by Calvin Symington posted in Buying a Vertical Storage Tank

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In the world of water and liquid fertilizer storage, there are secrets that are being revealed every day. Finding reliable, long term storage tanks is one of the biggest concerns of a crop farmer or grower. Having a cost effective, maintenance free solution for this is a must in a successful farming operation. The two most popular types of liquid tanks are, poly tanks and stainless steel tanks. For years, these two options have been considered equal. While each type of storage tank has its pros and cons, I have found 3 important facts that you should know before you make your next purchase. 

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The Jaw Dropping Truth about this Ribbed Wall™ Vertical Tank

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 10, 2017 11:11:23 AM / by Matthew Firth posted in Buying a Vertical Storage Tank

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The myth that a plastic tank is a commodity and that they are all the same design, has finally been busted. With force. To be honest, we were sick and tired of people comparing our Ribbed Wall™ vertical storage tank with every other tank on the market. For years we have said that, you are not comparing apples with apples. We asked questions like, have you considered the strength of the side walls, have you considered the roof construction and do you really want to risk a cheaper option?
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