Field Assembled Tanks
Field Assembled Tanks Meet Space/Capacity Requirements.
Each tank is fabricated in sections at our plant. The sidewall sections are filament wound and have circumferential joints for field assembly. For shipping purposes, the sidewall sections are compressed to an oversize load width. The bottom and top heads are also made in sections suitable for shipping. The tanks are then assembled on-site by a Belding Tank® specialized crew or by qualified FRP assemblers under the supervision of Belding Tank®. This same concept can be applied to other FRP tanks where access to the tank area is limited.
75,000 gallon field erected E-Coat resin storage tanks have been a success for the automotive industry located in Windsor, Ontario and Toledo, Ohio. The customer needed 150,000 gallons of storage capacity at each plant; inside a temperature controlled building with a 30’ x 60’ secondary containment area, and Belding Tank® had the answer.
FRP Wastewater treatment tanks in excess of 140,000 gallons used to chemically treat industrial waste, thus allowing for suitable discharge to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW).
Belding Tank® fabricates using resins that comply with FDA regulation 21 CFR 177.2420, covering materials contacting food and drug products. This particular tank was designed for the storage of soy sauce, at an operating temperature of 160° F. The unique aspect of this tank is the elevated dished bottom and domed top.