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3000 Gallon Blue HD Vertical Liquid Storage Tank - HEAVY DUTY

SKU: 40755
95" W x 95" L x 109" H
Ships from: CA, NY, TX, UT, WA, GA, IA, MN, OH, OK

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $3,009.04

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Additional Info

Drawing 40755.pdf
Shipping Weight 522.0000
Fitting Size 2"
Lid Size 16"
Color Blue
SPG Rating 1.9 spg
Manufacturer Norwesco
Chemical List Guide GeneralCRList.pdf
Material Data No
Installation Instructions No
Ships From CA, NY, TX, UT, WA, GA, IA, MN, OH, OK


The 3000 Gallon Blue Heavy Duty Vertical Liquid Storage Tank measures 95” (Dia.) x 109” (H) and is a flat bottom free standing Polyethylene plastic tank that is used for a multiple of indoor and outdoor bulk liquid storage applications: waste water, caustics, de-icing salt solutions, propylene glycol, ethylene glycol, Sodium hypochlorite or bleach, biodiesel, liquid fertilizer, liquid feed, liquid mineral, reverse osmosis, waste vegetable oil, mineral oils, liquid polymers, plant foods, agricultural and industrial chemicals.


• Furnished with a 16" off-set vented slosh-proof lid.
• Tank includes one 2" FPT Polypropylene Bulkhead drain fitting with EPDM gasket and siphon tube as standard. Consult with our customer service on other fitting sizes, locations, materials and gaskets.
• Top dome of tank features four tie-down slots.
• Norwesco Heavy Duty Vertical Plastic Storage Tanks are manufactured using Polyethylene resins that meet FDA specifications to ensure safe storage of potable water, and where applicable, tanks are also NSF approved.
• Standard color is Blue. Tanks molded in Heavy Duty white are available for additional charge.
• Tank is designed for containment of chemicals with a specific gravity of 1.9 or lower. Contact customer service regarding weights for high specific gravities.
• Tank is translucent for level viewing and features built-in graduated gallon indicators.

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