Storage Tank Selangor, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (KL), Shah Alam, Singapore, China, Vietnam

Glass Fused to Steel Bolted Tank

Coventionally Reinforced Concrete and steel welded were the choices for tank constructions; however bolted tanks have proven to be able to solve the constructional difficulties of these conventional tanks
  • Bolted tanks take lesser time to be erected/installed compared to RC and steel welded tanks - the steel panels are pre-fabricated and being assembled on site. Another name of bolted tank is ''lego tank'', in which the steel panels are joint by bolts and nuts at site; jacking system to erect up one layer by layer. A typical tank would only need days to be erected.
  • As bolted tanks could be erected using jacking system, in which it does not consume much spaces around the circumference of a tank. A bolted tank can usually be erected within a confined/narrow space.
  • Bolted tanks are expandable, where the tanks can usually cope with the capacity/storage expansion of plant operation. The nature of the construction is ''lego'' £®joined , hence it is easily expandable.
  • Bolted tanks are easily to be dismantled. Many of the storage tanks are only meant to be temporary, hence bolted tanks would minimise the cost of dismantle (compared to RC tanks & welded steel tanks). However bolted tanks' designed service life could be as long as 30 years, hence the tanks are not only meant for temparary they could also operate long.   

Lipp Tank / Spiral Tank

Lipp tank is made of steel bands, folded over twice at their edge, and being interconnected hence aggressive chemical liquids in the storage tank would not be able to corrode tank surface. Lipp tanks' materials are made of metallic materials, which are resistant to to the chemical and physical properties of the respective contents in the storage tanks.
Lipp tank's plates are made of stainless steel and galvanised steel. The plates are folded at the edge by folding machine and the plates would hold together after being bended. 

Lipp tanks are suitable as storage tanks for

1. Water, waste water, sewage sludge
2. Bio, sewage and landfill gases
3. Reactor for sewage treatment plant
4. Edible oils, potable water, grains etc 

The advantages of having Lipp tanks as storage tanks
·   High static stability
·   Corossion resistant
·   Long life
·   Completely impermeable
·   Substrate-flexible 
·   Automated, efficient on-site construction
·   Low assembly and investment costs
·   Minimal installation space required
·   Low maintenance costs

Epoxy Coated Storage Tank

Epoxy coated tanks are more budget, in which epoxy coated tanks will provide significant cost advantage over others. Life span of epoxy coated tanks is about 20 years, in which epoxy coated tanks are suitable for most of the applications including drinking water, wastewater and slurry.

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