550 Gallon Poly Water Storage Tank Tanks Container For Sale
550 gallon white vertical leg tank.
Constructed with FDA Approved resins for drinking water
67" wide, 44" tall. 16" fill opening with lid. 2" drain outlet.
We can ship tanks from 9 different locations all across the country.
These tanks are also for sale at our physical store, therefore in the
off chance the tank is not in stock it can be up to a 3 week lead time
depending on the manufacturer's schedule.
E-mail with zip code for freight quote prior to offerding or purchasing
All tanks are brand new.
Tank has 3 year warranty.
We offer big discounts on truck load quantities.
Call 1-800-692-4060 for freight quote on this tank.
Frequently Asked Questions:
WHAT MATERIAL IS USED TO MAKE YOUR TANKS?
The Manufacturer uses a
linear, high-density polyethylene resin that provides outstanding
environmental stress crack resistance. The resin is UV stabilized but by
keeping the tank sheltered or indoors you will prolong the life of your
ARE YOUR TANKS FDA APPROVED?
resins used to manufacture our tanks meet specifications contained in
FDA Regulations 21 CFR 177.1520, (c) 3.2 and so may be used as an
article or component of articles intended for use in contact with food,
subject to any limitations in the regulation.
WHAT TYPE OF SURFACE IS REQUIRED FOR PLACEMENT OF A VERTICAL TANK?
the surface to ensure a smooth, level area that will supply full bottom
support. A properly constructed concrete pad that is capable of
supporting the contents of the tank is the best support and is
recommended above 2,000 gallons. Other materials such as very flat
blacktop, or contained, packed sand or pea gravel have been used
successfully. All surfaces must maintain uniform support through
freeze/thaw, erosion and other disturbances.
WHAT IS THE WALL THICKNESS OF THIS TANK?
This tank is constructed to handle liquids with a
specific gravity of 1.5 or 12.5 pounds per gallon. Because the wall
thickness varies from top to bottom on a tank, it is not the best gauge
for determining the quality of a tank. The very bottom of the tank is
the thinnest part of the tank and is made that way to flex when the tank
is empty or full. Generally the wall becomes
thicker as you go from the top
to the bottom of a vertical tank. This is done to increase resistance
to head pressure created by the height of the liquid in the tank. The
actual weight of the tank is also not a good comparison when shopping
for tanks. Just because a competitor may use more material in the tank
does not make it a better tank. That is determined by the resin, mold
design and the steps taken during the rotomolding process.
WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE THAT YOUR TANKS WILL WITHSTAND?
storage tanks have a maximum storage temperature of 120 degrees F.
Contents with a temperature in excess of 120 degrees F-even for a short
period of time-can weaken the tank's structural integrity and make it
susceptible to deformation and failure.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO MY TANK IF I LEAVE IT OUTSIDE IN FREEZING TEMPERATURES?
The tank itself does not have a minimum temperature rating. If you plan
to keep the liquid in the tank and you know that it will freeze, make
sure that you leave room for expansion. The most likely part to crack on
the tank is the bulkhead fitting which can be easily replaced.
CAN I STORE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN THE TANKS?
We recommend that you do not store petroleum products in our tanks because they will soften the tank walls.
HOW MANY YEARS WILL MY TANK LAST?
There is no good way to determine the life span of a
polyethylene tank. Many variables can have an effect on the tank - what
type of material is being stored in the tank? Is the tank used indoors
or outdoors? If the tank is outdoors, what part of the country are you
located in? Tanks used outdoors in Arizona or Florida are subjected to
more intense sunshine than in Minnesota for example. UV rays will have a
detrimental effect on the life span of any poly tank. Is the tank being
used strictly for stationary storage or for transport? Each of these
factors will have an effect on a polyethylene tank.
CAN YOUR TANKS BE PRESSURIZED?
No, our tanks cannot be pressurized.
CAN YOUR TANKS BE BURIED?
Tanks specifically designed for above ground use
cannot be put underground. If it is put below ground, the weight of the
earth around the tank will cause the walls to collapse. We do carry
septic and cistern tanks that are designed to be buried.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for freight quote and tank availability.
On Aug-15-12 at 14:03:51 PDT, seller added the following information:
FREE! Sellers: Add a FREE map to your listings. FREE!