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  • Mix It Up: Finding the Right Tank for Mass Producing and Mixing Food

    If you're mass producing food, you need equipment that can handle some serious capacity. Thankfully, the right container for your large capacity job is out there. We'll look at different production and mixing tanks that are designed for large quantities of food so you're not left with too little or having to constantly reload your supply.

    2,010-Gallon Open Top Cylindrical Tank with Bolt-On Lid

    These 2,010-gallon tanks are suitable for both temporary liquid storage or for use as a secondary containment for vertical tanks, and can be used for indoor and outdoor applications, as well as for purposes of storing food and fresh oils and as a batch/mixing tank. Manufactured from high-density food grade polyethylene with U.V. inhibitors, tanks are designed with translucent walls, allowing for level viewing, and equipped with gallon indicators on one side of the tank for accurate measurement. Featuring bolt-on cover with 16" vented lid and a second flat area lid option, the tank is also equipped with a removable crowned top, fastened to the flange with eight 3/8" bolts, washers and hex nuts. The tank supports the containment of products with a specific gravity of 1.7 or less.

    20,000-Gallon Blue Heavy Duty Vertical Liquid Storage Tank

    If your food production requires a heavy duty, very large capacity tank, a 20,000-gallon vertical tank could be just what you need. This flat bottom, free standing polyethylene plastic tank that is used for multiple indoor and outdoor bulk liquid storage applications. It is furnished with a 22" off-set vented lid, a standard 3" stainless steel drain fitting with EPDM gasket and siphon tube as standard, while the top dome of the tank is designed with raised rib, and a wide, flat surface that is convenient for mounting additional fittings that you may find useful. To secure tank in place, four lifting lugs are designed to lift or tie-down tank when empty. Tanks accommodate the containment of products with a specific gravity of 1.9 or lower, and are translucent, with gallon indicators for level viewing and accurate measurement.

    2,610-Gallon 45 Degree Open Top Cone Bottom Tank with Bolt-On Lid

    The 2,610-gallon cone bottom tanks are versatile plastic tanks and are used for multiple indoor and outdoor applications, and are conducive for easy drain-out of stored product. Whether it’s batch mixing or processing of grains, these tanks are designed for the containment of liquids of up to 1.7 specific gravity, and are produced from food grade polyethylene with U.V. stabilizers. With translucent walls and gallon indicators on one side for level and accurate viewing, these tanks has 2" Fitting, a 45 degree cone, and a removable crowned top, fastened to a flange with twelve 3/8” bolts, washers and hex nuts.

    Go To Tanks have the best options for your large quantity food production jobs. Reach out to us today and we'll help you find the right tanks for your business.

  • The Right Double Wall Containment Tank For You

    The Right Double Wall Containment Tank For You

    Double wall containment tanks add protection against tank failure, providing a secondary containment solution against spills in a single unit. In the past, tanks have been kept inside concrete containment pits to accomplish containment in the event of a tank or tank fitting failure. These tanks minimize your concerns regarding environmental and safety issues and gives you the peace of mind you deserve. Let’s look at a few different double wall containment tanks available for safe and reliable containment of hazardous chemicals.

    Double Wall Tanks
    These tanks are made from medium-density food grade polyethylene with UV inhibitors and adheres to stringent federal regulations regarding capacity requirements and environmental concerns. Whether it’s fertilizers, detergents, or motor oil – a double wall tank is a great containment solution. Both the primary and secondary tanks of the containment system are completely enclosed and have a vented lid, but can also accommodate non-vented lids. The enclosed design of the double wall tanks prevents rain, snow and debris from entering the containment tank.
    Designed for commercial and industrial use and compliance with EPA regulations, these tanks provides primary and secondary containment in a single product. The durable and safe design of these tanks affords safe confinement of hazardous chemicals and liquids, from calcium chloride and sodium hydroxide, to fertilizers and used motor oil that have the potential to cause significant environmental damage if accidentally leaked. The primary vertical tank is furnished with an 8” vented lid, while the outer tank is enclosed with top, bolt-on lid with EPDM gasket and 16” non-vented locking man-way lid.
    Manufactured from UV infused polyethylene, these tanks can facilitate a maximum of 1.7 specific gravity for the primary tank and 1.5 specific gravity for the secondary containment tank. Tanks are available in a range of sizes from 35 gallons to 6,500 gallons.
    Tanks with Containment
     
    Another option is to go for a tank with containment. These tanks come as a set: a vertical tank and an open containment basin. What this combination offers you peace of mind for storing liquids – primarily indoors whereas traditional double wall tanks can be used both inside and outside. A tank with containment option is often referred to as double wall tanks in the industry, they actually only apply double wall security to the height of the outer tank and containment basin. These tanks combinations are great for minimizing spills and leaks in your home, office, or commercial property. Manufactured from UV infused polyethylene, these tanks can facilitate a maximum of 2.0 specific gravity for the primary tank and 1.5 specific gravity for the secondary containment tank. Tanks are available in a range of sizes from 65 gallons to 2,000 gallons.
    Go To Tanks can help you in making the right choice of double wall containment tank for your needs. Reach out to us today and we’ll help you find the right tank for you.
  • How the Right Liquid Storage Tanks Can Increase Your Food Manufacturing Business

    How the Right Liquid Tanks Can Increase Your Food Manufacturing Business

    Your food manufacturing business is only as good as your proficiency. That's why you need liquid storage tanks that can help you better process your foods and do it in an efficient matter, and retain product quality and maintain safety for consumption. We'll look at a few tanks that can do just that!

    Premium Grade Vertical Liquid Storage Tank

    These are flat bottom, free-standing plastic tanks that can be used in a number of capacities for both indoor and outdoor liquid containment, from liquid feed and plant foods, to vegetable oils. Plastic vertical liquid storage tanks are made from food grade polyethylene with U.V inhibitors and a specific gravity rating below 2.0, making it safe for a variety of liquid storage solutions. Tanks are manufactured with translucent walls for level viewing of solution and gallon indicators on the side for accurate measurement. Molded rotationally, its seamless construction lends to its durability, such that it is resistant to cracks, chips, and ruptures. Tanks are available in sizes ranging from 10 to 20,000 gallons. Depending on the size of the tank, it may a vented lid, bulkhead drain fitting with EPDM gasket and siphon tube, raised ribs with wide flat surfaces for mounting additional fittings and tie-down slots.

    ●      Gusseted Vertical Tanks: These tanks features a 16” vented lid assembly, a ribbed top, and four tie-down lugs, and fitted with Santoprene gasket and syphon tube. Tanks are molded in a variety of colors, including black, yellow and white, and sizes range between 1,050 and 15,500 gallons.

    Heavy Duty Polyethylene Vertical Storage Tanks

    Also called industrial grade vertical storage tanks, these share many of the same features as the premium grade vertical tanks, and remains sound in tough environments, with superior mechanical properties, high stiffness, excellent low temperature impact strength and outstanding crack resistance. It is manufactured with the same high quality poly resin and U.V inhibitors and size ranges from 10 gallons to 20,000 gallons and tanks may be molded in standard white, but also for your liking in green, gray, black and blue.

    Heavy Duty Cross-Linked (XLPE) Vertical Storage Tanks

    Cross-Linked (XLPE) Polyethylene Vertical Storage Tanks are heavy duty, free-standing, flat surface, plastic tanks that have a higher chemical resistance, impact resistance and temperature resistance than high-density linear polyethylene. Tanks are manufactured from cross-linked polyethylene, with U.V inhibitors and a 2.0 specific gravity capability or lower. Sizes range between 22 gallon and 3,000 gallon, and tanks are furnished with a lid with breather. The translucent walls provide level viewing and gallon indicators for convenient measuring.

    Go To Tanks has a available a variety of tanks that can grow your food manufacturing business. Reach out to us today and we'll help you find the right tank for your company.

  • Essential Tanks You'll Need to Start Your Own Brewery

    brewery tanks

    So, you want to start your own brewery? Whether you're venturing into a small upstart in your garage or buying a warehouse, there are a few tanks that are great options for starting out as a beginner, as well as choices to build out from as you expand your operation.

    Cone bottom tanks are also commonly known as full drain tanks, fermenter tanks, brewing tanks, and mixing tanks. They are the perfect solution for your beer brewing and distilling, ensuring that waste is minimized. They allow you to drain every drop of liquid out of them. Cone bottom tanks come in a variety of forms and sizes.

    Dome Top Cone Bottom Tanks

    These tank provide an enhanced means to drain out liquid and provides an offset manway for ease of access, while the arch shape of the lid provides superior strength. Dome top cone bottom tanks feature gallon indicators for easy and level viewing and are manufactured from food grade medium-density polyethylene with U.V. inhibitors. They also come in different degrees of slope based on capacity and drain out speed needed, and can facilitate the containment of fluids up to 2. specific gravity. Fashioned with tie down or lift tug to accessorize with pump and mounting pieces, these tank's walls are translucent, allowing for a clear view of volume and gallon markers for accurate measurement. A stand is required for proper usage and ranges from 55 gallons to 1005 gallons of varying degrees.

    Open Top Cone Bottom Tanks

    Suited for indoor applications, open top cone bottom batch tanks are designed featuring bolt-on lid for access. Located on the sides are gallon/liter indicators to easily and accurately read measurements. Tanks are manufactured from medium-density. Manufactured from food grade medium-density polyethylene with U.V. inhibitors, they can hold fluids up to 2. specific gravity. They accommodate polyethylene hinged lids and other accessories and require a stand for support. Depending on your need, tanks can range from 55 gallon capacity to 2610 gallon capacity of varying degrees.

    Small Cone Bottom Inductor Tanks

    Produced from medium-density polyethylene with U.V inhibitors, small cone bottom inductor tanks are versatile plastic tanks that enables elevated drain, allowing for wide flexibility of drainage options. They are designed for the containment of liquids up to 1.7 specific gravity, while UV inhibitors protect against direct sunlight. Translucent walls allow for level viewing and gallon indicators for easy and accurate measurements. Tanks range between 7 and 110 gallon capacity.

    Go To Tanks have a variety of cone bottom tanks for your brewing needs, whether you are just starting out or growing your operation. Contact us today and we’ll help you find the right tank for your brewery.

  • Understanding the Different Types of Water Caddies

    Water Caddies

    Water caddies is a pretty broad term. So when someone starts shopping around for one, they may be overwhelmed by the sheer variety at their disposal. How do you determine which one is right for your needs? Below we detail different models and types of water caddies on the market and their purpose.

    18 GAL Slant/Upright Water Caddy

    The SL-18 Water Caddy can be used for different trailer hauling or indoor emergency stationary potable water applications. It has a “slant load” or triangular shape for convenient corner fit in a trailer or room. These tanks have 2.5 inlet vented valve/cap on front side for dispensing water or full drain-out. One-inch nylon straps allow for the tank to be fastened or secured to a wall.

    25 GAL Bench Water Caddy

    Bench water caddies are great for Gooseneck, horse and RV hauling trailers or indoor emergency stationary potable water storage. It’s featured storage area can be used to hold suppliers or ice bags to cool items. This tank has a tack compartment to store various supplies or first aid items and has molded-in bottle holders in the top, with a heavy-duty lid.

    35 GAL Round Barrel Water Caddy

    Suitable for both indoor and outdoor water storage, this RB-35 Water Caddy can also be used to haul water in your horse trailer, in the bed of a pickup truck, or in the back of a SUV. It has an easy fill opening on top of the barrel, and spigot at bottom of the barrel that you can readily fill water buckets, or with a hose, empty the barrel.

    35 GAL Hay Rack Water Caddy

    The HR-35 Water Caddy specifically designed for hauling potable water secured on top of an RV, trailer or hay rack. It fits most standard hayracks, featuring valve/cap and drain with single union ball valve, and includes zip ties and a 10' 3/4" garden hose, which allows for easy drain-out from top of hay rack.

    48 GAL Half Moon Upright Water Caddy

    Used for various indoor or outdoor liquid storage applications, these HMUR-48 Water Caddy feature a unique half-moon shape and a flat back, making it possible for the tank to be secured flat up against a vertical wall with the available one-inch nylon strap. The tanks will fit most flat walls of trailers and have a cap at the top for easy filling and a bottom shut off valve for full drain-out.

    48 GAL Hay Rack Water Caddy-Rear Tank  

    Designed for hauling water fastened on top of a RV, trailer or hay rack, the HMUR-48 Water Caddy can be mounted in series with the HR-35 Hay Rack Tank, which adds an additional 35 gallons of capacity. It can be used to provide extra fresh water for bathing in the rear of a trailer.

    48 GAL Half Moon Lay Down Water Caddy

    With its flat bottom and half moon shape, the HMLD-48 Water Caddy is designed for hauling and can be secured to the deck of a trailer or bed of a pick-up truck. Tanks are narrow and long, leaving space in the back bed of pick-up truck for other cargo.

    63 GAL Pick-Up Bed Water Caddy

    The TC-63 Water Caddy is an innovative design that fits in the back of a pick-up truck and can be used for hook-up to a gooseneck trailer. It’s uniquely designed to be positioned behind or in front of the fender wells and features a small storage box with hinged lid for storing small tools, gloves, etc. This caddy has a unique low profile design for unobstructive viewing when hauling in pick-up truck or trailer.

    At Go To Tanks, we have a variety of water caddies to meet your needs. Need some help deciding on the right water caddy for you? Reach out to us today and we’ll get you on the right track.

  • Tanks Suitable for Keeping an Emergency Water Supply in Your Truck

     

    The notion of keeping an emergency water supply in your pickup truck may appear convenient and efficient, but you also might be wondering what's the best possible way to do it without losing the entire space in your truck bed. Thankfully you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other. There are plenty of options for tanks that will keep your trunk spacious and have you ready to go should an emergency arise.

    Bench Water Caddy

    This water caddy is all about convenience, saving space and multi-purpose use. With a 25-gallon capacity, this tank provides storage for more than just water, and has a tack compartment with enough depth to keep needed grooming supplies or first aid items. It is made from non-toxic translucent material and has molded-in bottle holders in the top, with a heavy-duty lid.

    Flat Bottom Utility Tank

    As the perfect choice when looking for a tank to put in the bed of your pickup truck, free standing flat bottom tanks can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications. These tanks feature gallon indicators for easy and level viewing and are manufactured from food grade medium-density polyethylene with U.V. inhibitors, making them great for storing fresh potable and the ability to be transported safely. Available in standard and heavy duty models, this tank is meant to be fully supported on the bottom.

    Low-profile Pickup Truck Water Tank

    This applicator tank has a distinct shape and allows for full use of truck bed space, but with the added benefit of providing improved rear vision. The 205-gallon capacity tank is ideal for trucks such as the Nissan Frontier, GMC Canyon, Toyota Tacoma, Ford Ranger, Dodge Dakota and Chevrolet Colorado. It features translucent walls and gallon indicators for easy and level viewing and is designed to contain liquids of up to 1.7 specific gravity. The special roto-molded one-piece seamless design enables the tank to rest over the wheel wells of the truck bed, allowing for maximum available space.

    Horizontal Flat Top Loaf Tank

    This loaf tank is ideal for situations where a rectangular tank is required, making it easy to transport into the back of a pickup truck bed. Most loaf tanks are designed with molded in grooves for convenient and easy tie-down support. Don't worry about the durability of loaf tanks – they are highly corrosion resistant and can withstand substantial impact that could occur and cause damage to the structural integrity of the tank.

    At GoTo Tanks, there are a variety of water tanks that you can fit in your truck and save on space. Reach out to us today and we’ll help you find the right tank that will be there for you in an emergency but won’t impede your everyday life.

  • How to Safely Transport Fuel Tanks

    How to Safely Transport Fuel Tanks

    Transportation of fuel tanks is a risky undertaking that requires know-how and much precaution. You don't have much of a margin to mess up since safety is key to avoiding disaster. Fuel tanks can be incredibly dangerous loads to keep and transport in your vehicle. So how do you make sure that you're preventing any potential hazards that could arise during this process? We'll look at safety measures you can take, as well as, the value in investing in a quality fuel tank that can minimize the potential for any hazardous events.

    Know Your Transportation Regulations

    It is important to be aware of and have some knowledge of state and federal regulations regarding the transportation of fuel tanks, whether filled or empty, with residual compound. U.S Department of Transportation (USDOT) regulations are constantly changing, so it is important to stay up-to-date, in order to be in compliance with the laws governing fuel tank transportation (tank endorsement, placard hazardous materials marking, etc.) and to ensure safety.

    Get a Good Fuel Tank

    It goes without saying, a quality fuel tank is beneficial in meeting and even exceeding regulatory standards, and lends to reliability and safety for fuel transportation. Furthermore, fuel tanks are made from a variety of materials, including steel, aluminum and plastic. It is essential that your tank is not susceptible to heat and cold, and will not corrode and cause leakage.

    Fully Secure Fuel Tank Cap

    When transporting a fuel tank, it is vital to ensure that the cap is securely tightened, in order to prevent the risk of spillage and the accumulation of gas vapor, which can cause a dangerous fire when ignited. It is always good to double-check the fuel tank cap before heading out.

    Secure the Fuel Tank For Transportation

    Fuel Tanks should be secured in an upright position so it will not fall, shift, or roll. This type of load, if permitted to move around in your vehicle or tip on its side, could cause fuel leakage during transport. You can employ the use of a bungee cord, if necessary, to anchor the fuel tank and ensure safety when deployed on a vehicle in motion.

    We recognize the need to be safe from start to finish, and at Go To Tanks, we stock a selection of fuel tanks for you to choose from. We minimize your worry with fuel tanks that are durable, leak-free and reliable.

  • Get Maximum Storage Efficiency with Stackable Tote Tanks

    Efficiency with Stackable Tote Tanks

    If you're collecting a larger quantity of liquid for storage, you may find that drums are not the best containers for the job. Drums are typically much smaller and their cylindrical shapes make it a burden to transport and store liquids. The questions then becomes: where am I going to fit it all? What containers can I find that can allow me to have maximum storage efficiency? Thankfully, stackable tote tanks offer an effective solution to compartmentalize your collection and get them out of the way. We'll highlight the different shapes and sizes and how they might be useful for your next job.

    What are Stackable Tote Tanks?

    These are multi-fluid, mobile, plastic, stand-alone containment tanks, that can be used in both indoor and outdoor stationary or transportable applications, and can transport liquids for non-DOT approved moves.

    Why Use Stackable Tote Tanks?

    These tanks are available in 35, 70, 120, 180, 240 gallon sizes, with gallon indicators on one side of these containers for easy and accurate measurements, 7″ vented lid assembly and lanyard, and 4 lift ears for lifting each tote. They are manufactured from FDA-approved high-density food grade polyethylene with U.V stabilizers, and are durable and can withstand extreme service environments and harsh weather conditions, and will not leak or corrode.

    Stackable tote tanks can be used for the storage of fresh potable drinking water, grey water storage, soaps/ detergents, automotive fluids, used bulk oil storage, liquid compatible chemicals, liquid fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. Your chemical compatibility needs are important, and these tanks are ideal for fluids with a gravity of 1.5 or less. In general, stackable tote tanks share these common features, with the exception of few particular characteristics.

    35 Gallon Stackable Tote

    Limited to stacking 5 high or a maximum of 140 gal on top of the bottom tote.

    32"L X 32"W X 15"H

    Has the same footprint as the 70 and 120 gallon totes.

    70 Gallon Stackable Tote

    32"L X 32"W X 25"H

    Can be stacked up to 3 high and has the same footprint as the 35 and 120 gallon totes

    120 Gallon Stackable Tote

    32"L X 32"W X 38"H

    Can be stacked 2 high and has the same footprint as the 35 and 70 gallon totes

    180 & 240 Gallon Stackable Tote

    Flat spots are available to install accessory fittings on all sides

    Front of tote features 2 inserts for placard placement

    Serves to adapt the 35, 70 & 120 gallon tote sizes to the 180 & 240 gallon totes.

    Go To Tanks has a variety of stackable tote tanks to make your liquid storage much easier.

  • Why Use a Below Ground Cistern Water Tank

    Cistern Water Tank

    Below ground cistern water tanks, also called underground water tanks are multipurpose storage containers that could serve people in ways that may have not even crossed your mind. We'll take a broad look at what these tanks have to offer, particularly highlighting why construction companies might consider them a worthwhile investment for their next job.

    What are Below Ground Cistern Water Tanks?

    These are underground storage water tanks or catchment systems that are used for the storage of potable water and rainwater collection for reuse. They are typically used in places where a potable water source is unavailable, a private water well yields low levels of water, or the groundwater quality is poor, or it is used as an emergency source of water supply or for seasonal/occasional use. They are made from FDA approved polyethylene plastic resins, which means that they are durable, strong and safe throughout a life-cycle.

    Reasons to use a Below Ground Cistern Water Tank?

    1. Great for Domestic Use

    The water collected in cisterns can be used for domestic purposes, including flushing toilets, irrigation, cleaning laundry, and washing vehicles. This saves you time and money, since having a supply of rainwater for these tasks can reduce the costs associated with the delivery of potable water from normal tap water delivery water system.

    2. Applicable for Consumption

    Whether it’s a 525-gallon below ground cistern water tank or one that has a 2,500-gallon capacity, a cistern tank can prove valuable when it comes to the collection and storage of rainwater for consumption. In rural agricultural areas or backwoods camp sites, or simply isolated locations, where typically, there is an inconsistent supply of potable water, an underground cistern water tank could prove to be an appropriate and useful solution. If you are considering using underground cistern water tanks for drinking water, it is essential that you ensure that the cistern is designed to prevent water contamination to guard against health issues related to the consumption of toxic chemicals.

    3. Help Manage Stormwater

    Below ground cistern water tanks can help to control stormwater by limiting peak runoff volumes and temporary storing the runoff. This, in turn, results in less water entering the storm sewer systems, and minimizes the cost, energy, and resources that would be associated with cleaning this water. This application is recommended for rooftop surfaces, and since it is an elevated surface, the cisterns can be filled gravitationally.

    It’s easy to see why below ground cistern tanks could become the go-to catchment containers for construction companies, and here at Go To Tanks, we have just what you need for the job.

  • Finding the Right Below Ground Septic Tank for Your Job

    Finding the Right Below Ground Septic Tank for Your Job

    When it comes to getting the job done right, not all septic tanks are created equal. If you should ever find yourself in the unfortunate position of experiencing a failing septic tank, uprooting it can be a massive and unpleasant undertaking that you’d rather avoid, but will most likely have to pursue. It is certainly vital to get the right tank from the get go. Let’s look at a few different types of below ground septic tanks that will give you the peace of mind that you deserve after installation.

    Plastic Septic Tanks

    As a more cost effective option and easier to install when compared to concrete septic tanks, plastic septic tanks are constructed from polyethylene resins, lightweight, built to last (less prone to cracking and freezing issues), and can serve both your residential and commercial needs.

    So, whether it’s for your trailers, RV parks, hunting camps, homes, cabins and cottages, or portable construction buildings, these septic tanks are just what you need for human waste, sewage, or blackwater containment.

    Standard Septic Tanks

    Spherical pump/holding tanks are the most basic of the underground tanks. They are designed to be used as a holding tank or pump tank, and when empty, can be stored underground. Spherical tanks feature a 20-inch watertight domed lid, which makes leak prevention a key advantage. It also has a molded-in elevated pump stand on the bottom of the tank and a gallon capacity between 200 and 525. They are not harmful to the environment and installation in high water table or high clay areas is not recommended.

    Norwesco legacy (Ribbed) septic tanks are molded in one piece and are installation ready. It’s superior structural integrity and its light weight makes it easily transportable to a job site by two individuals or in a pick-up truck. Available in single and double compartment (2/3 - ⅓), they must be kept full continually, while 750-1500 gallons and up can feature PVC tees and gaskets fitted loose or with installed PVC tees and septic adapters.

    Bruiser Septic Tank

    These tanks are available in both single and double compartment and are used for the storage of wastewater and is a lightweight, making it cost-effective. Gallon capacity ranges from 1000 up to 1500. The durability of this tank reflects its ability to be resistant to cracks, chips, and ruptures, as a result of being designed with rotationally molded polyethylene resin. With a 20” manway lid, pre-plumed according to the state code, and the capacity to accept 4" effluent filters, these tanks need no special backfill and can use native soil during installation.

    Low Profile Septic Tanks

    Specifically designed with rotationally molded rugged, this one-piece polyethylene resin tank has no seams, minimizing the chances of leakage. Installation ready, molded in one piece, either single or double compartment, low profile tanks may be pumped dry during pump-outs, and installed with 6" to 36" of cover. Tanks can feature PVC tees and gaskets, with no backfill required for installation. It can be accessorized with low profile applicable extensions-  double-wall corrugated pipe and ribbed PVC pipe.

    Ground Holding Tanks

    These can be used as free-standing large capacity septic tanks and designed for storing gray water. Produced from high-density polyethylene with U.V inhibitors, it possible to hold greywater of up to 1.0 gravity. Gallon capacity ranges from 2000 to 2650 and extensions, risers, access covers and fittings can make useful accessories to match your needs.

    Ready to invest in a septic tank that will have you covered for the long haul? Go To Tanks has plenty of options for your below ground septic tank job. Reach out to us today and we’ll help you find the perfect septic tank for you job.

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