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tank linings repair

Fire water tanks and chemical tanks are designed to be durable and sturdy, but these industrial elements aren’t invulnerable. Metal tanks need both interior and exterior protection against weather and the liquid inside the tank. If you’re considering tank linings repair, contact the professionals who understand tank linings for all types of chemicals. Learn more about chemical tank linings selection to know that you’re making the right investment for your business. Read more »

San Francisco Tank Inspection Photos and Guidance

san francisco water tank lining inspection

Tank Inspector:

Chevan Goonetilleke, MS

  • NACE Certified Coating Inspector-Level 3, Cert No.38388
  • FiberglassTank & Pipe Institute, RP-2007 Inspector, Cert No.00089

Tank Inspection Equipment:

  • Underwater Drone (ROV), Video,Camera
  • Model#: Deep Trekker DTG3, Manufactured in 2022

Tank Inspection Date: July 22,2022 Read more »

Fiberglass Repairs in San Francisco

Fiberglass Repairs in San Francisco – Common Uses

Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, commonly referred to as FRP, is a composite material used in commercial structures due to its versatility. FRP is created by placing fiberglass reinforcement inside a plastic matrix, which can be used in the same way as other structural reinforcements. The primary advantage of using FRP is waste reduction and structural efficiency. Read more »

water tank liners bay area

Water tanks and liners are designed to be durable and long-lasting. To best serve their customers, facilities mangers and technicians know that proper upkeep is crucial to the longevity of water tank liners and tanks. Implementing an inspection and maintenance schedule is the best way to keep these indispensable products in great condition. Read more »

fiberglass liner repair

Corrosion is a chemical reaction that occurs on the surface of different materials, especially metals. Most people are familiar with rust, which is probably the most common type of corrosion. Corrosion is considered a natural process that transforms the metal into undesirable substances. When you have storage tanks, rust is an enemy. Fiberglass liner repair and fiberglass tank liners can help prevent corrosion and keep your equipment in service longer. Read more »

fiberglass tank repairs

Fiberglass Tank Repairs Made Simpler

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, approximately 587,000 underground storage tanks were being used to contain petroleum and other potentially hazardous materials as of March 2012. These tanks have an expected lifespan of 30 years, but many will only last around 20 years before they start to leak or show other signs of wear and tear  and require fiberglass tank repairs. The EPA began to implement strict regulations on underground storage tanks in 1984, and many of the tanks in use are double-walled to prevent leaks. Unfortunately, not even the most stringent regulations will prevent leaking and other signs of damage completely. Even the sturdiest and most secure water tank liners need to be repaired or replaced eventually, which used to always involve a complicated and costly excavation process. Read more »

frp tank liners repairs

Above ground storage tanks are subject to corrosion. The bottoms of these storage tanks are especially vulnerable. Not only do soluble salts and chemicals settle to the bottom of the tank to damage the internal surface, but the external surface can be damaged by salt water, soil and other contaminants. The solution used to be replacing the bottom of the tank, which is expensive and time-consuming. Another option is to make FRP tank liner repairs, coating the tank with a fiberglass reinforced plastic lining (FRP) that is considered a secondary bottom. It’s almost like a tank liner, but it’s sturdy and durable to give you another 10 to 20 years out of your tank. Read more »