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One Rincon Hill, San Francisco Firewater Tank Dual Purpose Design

There is a unique feature of the building at One Rincon Hill in the city of San Francisco, which is its Bay Area firewater tank, situated atop the high-rise building. Although it’s not the largest building in that city, One Rincon is definitely the tallest building outside the main business district, and it can easily be seen against the skyline, with its rounded cylindrical top. This building stands nearly 700 feet above San Francisco Bay, and it contains a feature that makes this high-rise tower very unique, the water tank which holds 50,000 gallons. Read more »

waterproofing tank coatings to prevent water tank repairs

There are many factors to consider when choosing a steel  tank for your facility. You need to think about the volume of the tank, what exactly is going to be stored, and whether you can plan coatings or waterproofing to stave off tank leak repair needs. One factor that sometimes gets overlooked by those not in the know is how to waterproof tanks and prevent corrosion. Waterproofing a tank usually involves adding a protective coating to the inside of the tank. Since there isn’t one coating that will protect your tank from absolutely everything, you need to decide what kind of coating you will need. Read more »

Water Tank Repairs Cost Trillions Every Year, But There’s a More Affordable Option

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From above ground tanks to in-ground pipes, corrosion is a huge infrastructure problem for businesses, the military and municipal and state governments. It affects all parts of the equation, from handling the tank maintenance, water tank repair, and tank replacement to preventing interruptions in service. Read more »

firewater tank lining repairsIf you’re in the market for a liquid storage tank for your project, you need to understand that you can’t just have any kind of tank installed. Some storage tanks are intended for potable water, while others are best for wastewater or other chemicals that might be more corrosive or hazardous, requiring different types of tank liners. Constructing a firewater or other liquid storage tank for your facility takes a lot of planning if it is going to be done right. Read more »

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Maintenance and firewater tank repairs are much more complicated than many people realize. You need to make sure that your firewater tank will perform properly in case there is a fire, that there are no leaks in your tank liner, and that it remains filled to capacity if it is ever needed. All of this means that you cannot just call any contractor to complete your firewater tank repairs. You need to contact a qualified professional who specializes in water tank repairs and maintenance to take care of this job. Read more »

Facilities Managers Choose FRP Tank Liners For Many Reasons

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These days, more and more facility owners are choosing to make their tank liners out of fiberglass reinforced plastic, or FRP. FRP is a polymer that is supported with fibers to give it increased strength and longevity. Not only do these fibers help the tank linings better resist corrosion and prevent stress fractures in the tanks themselves, but the liners last far longer than those composed of other materials. When they are installed properly, FRP linings can last for up to 20 years, which of course drastically cuts down on the number of tank repairs that your company will face. Read more »

Common Water Tank Types and Liners

frp water tank fabricationNo matter what type of water tank you are using even small leaks must be addressed quickly to prevent waste and worsening problems. The good news is that a schedule of regular inspections and maintenance can prevent most water tank repairs. Even better news is that most water tanks and water tank liners are designed to last for many years with little or no maintenance. Read more »