Large Double-Wall Tanks Help Prevent Chemical Spills
January 25, 2010
The cylindrical double-wall tanks eliminate chemical spills without the expense of lined concrete containment. The company’s molding process provides uniform walls with a heavier-top sidewall and dome for excellent chemical and corrosion resistance, while the primary inner tank and a secondary locked on outer containment ensures against chemical spills. Constructed of molded high-density cross-linked polyethylene or FDA-compliant linear polyethylene, the double-wall tanks provide an outer shell containment that equals 120 percent of primary tank capacities, which exceeds EPA standards. The dome on the inner tank interlocks with the outer tanks’ sidewall, sealing the secondary containment area and preventing debris and snow from entering. The double wall design also prevents cross contamination of contents, eliminating the possible danger of commingling of reactive chemicals. The portable tanks provide a small footprint and are available in sizes ranging from 20 to 6550 US gallons.