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
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