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Tank Linings Repair Using Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP)

In industries where storage of chemicals and water is crucial, ensuring the safety and longevity of storage tanks is paramount. Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) linings have emerged as a game-changer, offering unparalleled advantages over traditional materials like steel or concrete. Let’s delve into why considering FRP tank linings repair for your chemical and water storage tanks is a wise decision. Read more »

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Fire Water Tank Inspection is the First Step To Fixing a Leaking Tank

Fire water tanks are designed to last for years, but that doesn’t mean they’re indestructible. Corrosion and deterioration occur from several factors. Our experts recommend a regular fire water tank inspection to watch for leaks and to take care of them quickly so the leak doesn’t get worse, creating a bigger problem. Here are some tips from PICON, a company with over 35 years in the industry. Read more »

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Fire Water Tank Inspection is an Essential Tool to Protect Assets

Fire water tank inspection is a crucial part of maintaining any fire sprinkler system. The hundreds or thousands of gallons of water necessary for fire sprinkler systems have to be stored safely and be available at a moment’s notice. If you’re a manager of a large facility that requires an equally large fire suppression system, you need to know how to inspect your water tanks and when repairs and maintenance are needed. Read more »

FRP Tank Repairs

Even though fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP) tanks are durable for up to 40 years, they are still vulnerable to damage from various factors. Thorough inspections of FRP tank liners are required every five years, although a quick visual inspection at least twice a year is recommended. You won’t need tank liner repairs or replacements that frequently, but regular inspections can let you know when your tank liners are failing. Read more »

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Bay Area Coatings Contractor Shares the Importance of Coating Storage Tanks

It is estimated that there may be as many as 15 million industrial storage tanks in use across the U.S. Of course, none of those tanks can be flaw-free forever, but their effective lifespan can be significantly extended by using protective coatings. To get the best life from your storage tank, it is wise to seek the expertise of a professional Bay Area coatings contractor.  Read more »

San Francisco Tank Inspection Photos and Guidance

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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 »

Should You Consider FRP for Concrete Strengthening

Concrete is a fairly durable material, which is why so many structures are built of concrete. Unfortunately, concrete is vulnerable to deterioration and defects, which need to be addressed. If your commercial water tank in the Bay Area is showing signs of concrete failure, FRP is one choice for concrete strengthening. Read more »

Bay Area Commercial and Domestic Water Tanks – Fabrication and Repair

Water tanks serve myriad functions, including storing water for fire suppression, holding wastewater, and supplying potable water. All of those functions are critical, so choosing the right fire water tank repairs and fabrication for a property is important. If you’re a project or property manager planning to install a tank, the following questions are useful to keep in mind. Read more »

When To Use FRP Wraps and Linings

Owners of plastic water tanks will notice that the both tank and ducts experience corrosion and physical wear and tear over the years. This creates a situation where the owner has to schedule replacements and hope that the system doesn’t leak in between. And depending on what tools you have available to you the repair may cost more than the replacement parts themselves. Read more »