Better tanks for tricky situations

January 8, 2018

We've added Fiber Technology Corp. to our linecard. They're makers of modular FRP tanks for potable water, stormwater, and process-type applications. They can be slab-mounted, roof-mounted, or elevated, in sizes ranging from 250 gallons to more than 2.5 million gallons.

A few key points: The tanks are resistant to wear, including in tough applications like brine. They require no painting or inspections for rust (eliminating most of the life-cycle maintenance costs associated with other tanks). And some of the first tanks installed are still in service after 40 years.

Another important feature: Since FTC tanks are modular, the panels can be assembled inside existing facilities, in whatever shape is necessary to fit the existing space. So, for example, if you were trying to place a tank inside a basement area with existing foundational columns, the modular panels could be carried through existing doorways and assembled in the room, around the columns. These tanks could be real life-savers for rehabilitation projects at decades-old WTPs and WWTPs, not to mention as substitutes or replacements for steel or glass-lined tanks.

As always, contact us for more information in whatever way is most convenient for you. Brochures, supporting documents, estimates, drawings, and specs are all available at your request.

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