When setting up a tank storage yard, the number one question asked is, do you choose cone bottom or flat bottom tanks? Both options have pros and cons. However, based on the liquids you are storing, the wrong decision can cause you a lot of pain and money. In this article, I compare both options and explain how to make this decision right the first time.
Choosing the right poly horizontal leg tank for your truck can seem like hard work. In fact, there is a lot to consider. However, the decision process does not have to be difficult. I put together a complete buyers guide that includes helpful tips about choosing the right design and choosing the correct color. In this article, you will also discover 3 must-haves for a horizontal tank that you may have overlooked.
It is very important to plumb a poly vertical or horizontal tank correctly. Having the right tools and following the correct process will help lengthen the life of the tank and significantly reduce the chances of cracks or splits. In this article, you will learn why you should always use flexible hose rather than rigid pipe.
Let's face it, the Department of Registration or DOT is here to stay. Complying with their laws and regulations can sometimes be tricky as little details can easily be overlooked. Everyone would admit that getting pulled over by a DOT official is annoying and a waste of time. To help prevent this while pulling a nurse tank trailer full of liquid, I decided to make a simple list of all the essentials needed to ensure it is DOT approved.
This is a popular question asked when it comes time to make a final decision on what horizontal leg tanks are the best. When hauling or transporting liquid, you may not always consider how important internal baffles are. While you are continually speeding up and slowing down in transit, the liquid inside the tank is constantly sloshing back and forward.
Mounting a horizontal leg tank can be complicated if you don't have the right tools. This guide will show you the best method to save you as much time as possible. If you don't mount your tank correctly on your trailer bed, safety can be an issue. Because these tanks are transporting heavy liquid, the mounting pins on the tanks take all the stress. That's why we need to make sure you do it properly.