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Transit tanks & Skeletal Tankers

Designed for short term emergency movement of liquids to supplement shortages of water or chemicals and to remove contamination from the environment.
10,000 SuperTanks now in service installed worldwide
Fully customisable
BS4994-1987 (formerly BS4994-1973) with a minimum factor of safety of 8/1
Custom built tanks from 10 to 300 cubic metres capacity and in diameters from 600 to 8000mm with flat, dished or conical bases

Typical applications are sludge settlement tanks on small sewage treatment plants, concentration of food and agricultural waste for anaerobic digestion, removal of grit for water reuse on effluent treatment plants and concentration of apple mulch after cider fermentation.

Tests carried out in conjunction with Kingston University on 20 year old tanks to the prototype testing procedure of BS4994-1987 have shown that there is no significant loss of mechanical strength in tanks that have been in continuous service in the most arduous of conditions for over 20 years compared with newly made tanks of exactly the same design and construction.

Key features of the Transit tanks & Skeletal Tankers

High strength helically wound composite (GRP) construction with Integrally wound ‘fiberib’ reinforcing hoops for extra strength
Internal baffles to cushion surges when braking or accelerating diring travel
Designed to hold corrosive chemicals up a specific gravity of 1.35
Low profile for improved stability on corners

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