Storage tanks: DN Tanks

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DN Tanks, the parent company of DYK Inc. and Natgun Corp., specializes in the design and construction of AWWA D110 prestressed concrete tanks used for potable water, wastewater, chilled water and other liquids. With over 130 years of combined experience, and over 2,500 tanks ranging in capacity from 40,000 gallons to 40 million gallons, DN Tanks offers expanded construction capacity, unmatched technical expertise and proficiency in multiple types of proven tank designs to provide customized liquid storage solutions.

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www.dntanks.com
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