Products & Services: Tanks & Structures

Collection of tanks & struture products and services.

Aug 1st, 2016
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Products & Services: Tanks & Structures

Storage solutions

Aquastore® storage solutions from CST include tanks, reservoirs, standpipes and composite elevated tanks. Aquastore’s Vitrium™ glass-fused-to-steel/enamel coating and patented Edgecoat™ technology is a low maintenance, NSF-approved coating that never needs painting. Turnkey installation by the company’s world-class dealer network provides a local single point of contact for the life of your tank. Aquastore tanks meet all standard design codes such as AWWA D-103, ANSI/NSF Standard 61, AISC, FM codes and NFPA Standard 22.

CST Industries

www.aquastore.com

Prestressed concrete tanks

DN Tanks 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 nearly 3,000 tanks ranging in capacity from 70,000 gallons to 40 million gallons, DN Tanks offers expanded construction capacity, technical expertise and proficiency in multiple types of proven tank designs to provide customized liquid storage solutions. Tanks are designed to meet varying project requirements with the ability to withstand seismic activity, extreme climates, and severe site conditions.

DN Tanks

www.dntanks.com

Geomembrane covers

XR Geomembranes by Seaman Corporation’s potable water geomembranes are used for the containment of potable water. This high-strength, flexible geomembrane provides superior puncture, tear and UV resistance. It is the only geomembrane with NSF 61 approval for potable water contact. The versatility of XR-PW geomembranes allows it to be used for many unique applications, including finished water baffles, raw water ponds and floating covers. XR-5 PW is specifically engineered for floating cover applications.

XR Geomembranes

www.xrgeomembranes.com

Eductors for in-tank operations

Jacoby-Tarbox Tank Liquid Agitators™ (TLAs) are eductors designed for in-tank applications, and provide an effective method to mix liquids in either open or closed tanks of any shape or size. Tarbox® AccuBlend analysis from Clark-Reliance Corporation is provided to potential purchasers of Jacoby-Tarbox TLAs. This computerized simulation provides a highly visual analysis of the stages of mixing, flow and directional velocities, turnover time, and a digital rendering of the vessel being mixed via TLAs. It is ideal for helping to assess blending in small vessels, open basins and large storage tanks.

Jacoby-Tarbox, a product of the Clark-Reliance Corporation

www.clark-reliance.com

Wire-wound prestressed concrete tanks

Preload’s wire-wound prestressed concrete tanks meet the water storage and wastewater treatment needs of thousands of communities and businesses worldwide. Preload offers custom design and construction of tanks in a shape, size and architectural style to complement any environment and storage requirement. Tanks are designed and constructed to meet or exceed the AWWA D110 Standard and ACI 372 Report, and are virtually maintenance free, ensuring a long service life.

Preload LLC

www.preload.com

Cementitious resurfacing kit

Dura-Plate® 2300 from Sherwin-Williams is an epoxy-modified cementitious resurfacer for patching and filling voids and bugholes in concrete and masonry structures. Dura-Plate® 2300 provides a hard, durable surface with excellent adhesion that minimizes the potential for pin-holing and outgassing problems typically associated with coating concrete. The abrasion-resistant coating is part of a complete three-component kit from Sherwin-Williams that contains Portland cement, hydrophobic thixotropes, fiber reinforcement, graded silica sand and other aggregates. Dura-Plate 2300 can be dry to touch in three to four hours and cures for immersion in 12 hours at 75°F.

Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings

www.protective.sherwin-williams.com

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