The Problem

Rotomolded thin-walled poly tanks are widely used in agriculture, transportation, and other liquid storage applications. However, they have one big downfall: they fail. When a rupture or crack occurs, it can cause serious damage. The life of a poly tank can depend heavily on the material it is made out of and what it is storing. When placed outdoors, UV radiation also reduces the life of a poly tank.

Neglected Tanks

The tough part is how to tell if a tank is structurally compromised. Using an old tank can cause a lot of damage and impact the environment in a negative way. You can avoid this by purchasing high-quality tanks, keeping up with proper care, and conducting timely inspections. 

The Solution

Transportation Struggles

Attempting to transport a plastic tank is challenging. A lot of times, people don't transport these properly and end up with ruptured, weakened, or deformed tanks.

Our Poly Tanks Are Different

Our Polyethylene and Polypropylene tanks are environmentally friendly, ranging from 50 to 50,000 gallons. Our poly tanks are ready for installation and have design options beyond the traditional flat bottom to include cone bottom, double containment, skirted cone bottoms, and horizontal tanks. Our tanks last and are often compared to the structural integrity of steel tanks without the rusting and corrosion issues. Our tanks can also be properly transported without risking any damage. We have numerous fittings and attachments for you to choose from in order to meet your needs. We're much more than your typical poly tank, contact us today to save money, time, and avoid negative environmental impacts.