Homebrewing has been a hobby of craft beer enthusiasts for many years, and with the rise of local brewery locations across the nation, you have more opportunities to try your hand at this age-old craft, perhaps creating your own IPA. Many have practiced the craft well enough to pursue it professionally and need some additional equipment at home so they can set up their own personal “local brewery.” Here are some of the kinds of tanks you may need if you want to share your gift of craft beer. (more…)
Years ago, the distance a ship could travel from port was measured not by how strong the boat was, but by how much fresh water it could carry. Today, boats spend months at a time out in the ocean without returning to port. How do they get fresh water for their crew and passengers? They use desalination to turn seawater into freshwater. (more…)
Of all the animal-related agricultural industries, timing and handling are probably most pertinent to the seafood business. When asking for a steak, we do not ask for something right out of the barn. Even poultry, which carries its own bacteria-related concerns is not asked for “fresh” and called “chickeny” if it has been frozen for some days. Seafood alone is demanded fresh every time. How can a brine tank help you keep that fresh quality in your catch? (more…)
Are you looking to start your own company in the carpet cleaning industry? With the extended hours that many businesses are working, there are more opportunities for commercial carpet cleaning in both commercial and residential locations. For most people, especially business owners, it is more efficient to hire the work out rather than rent or purchase equipment and do it themselves. (more…)
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.
Whether you’re a rancher, gardener, or a homeowner, you will most likely be using a lot of water. Now, we all have seen our water bills in the dead of summer and know how much it takes to maintain your yard and plants. But is there a way to reduce this bill and also help conserve water? With a little research per your state laws and the information in this article, you should be well on your way to reduce your water bill drastically. Not just that, but you’ll also have a surplus of water at your disposable.
Rain falling from the sky is one of the greatest wonders on Earth. Bringing pure H2O from the heavens and creating streams to rivers throughout the land. But it can also create massive erosion and flooding when downfall is too great. Rainwater harvesting has been popular in rural areas but is becoming even more popular in urban areas with laws passing collection. Collecting rainwater runoff through an underground Cistern water storage tank ables people to slow down the influx of water while having a surplus to use for irrigation or other methods.
Steel, asphalt, and cement are what we typically use in urban environments, but they aren’t so great with absorbing the onslaught of rainfall that comes down without warning. While storm drains, grassy swales, and detention basins are used to retain or route the water outside the city, sometimes it’s futile with the sheer amount of rainfall that floods the city. Now countries and cities alike around the world are taking a step forward and endorsing people to collect rainwater with their underground storage tanks.
Owning a farm or ranch has a high need of water due to livestock and irrigation. While most properties have some sort of water rights via pond, lake, stream, river, or well – it’s not always a viable option year round. Not to mention if a drought happens. This is where underground water storage tanks come in. Most states let ranchers hold up to 1,100 gallons of water for their personal use. Although there is more to it than that, you will have to check about get the right permits needed before adventuring into storing water underground.
The term greywater means already used water from your bathroom, sinks, showers, tubs, and washing machines but does not come in contact with feces. Some people collect this type of water in underground storages system and use it for watering landscapes. With reusable water or standing water, some people have concerns about health risks. But with 8 million greywater systems in place in the U.S. and 60 years of tracking by the Center For Disease Control, there hasn’t been one documented case of greywater transmitted illness in the US. If you like to learn more about Greywater, GreyWaterAction will have more information to help you decide if collecting greywater is right for you.
If or when you are ready for getting your underground water tank, GoToTanks can help you select the perfect tank for collecting and storing water for your underground needs. Make sure to always check your local laws before purchasing.