Feb. 28, 2017
Storage tanks are used in a variety of industries to store everything from water or crop products to hazardous materials. Installing new or replacement tanks involves a number of decisions about size, location, design and materials. Stainless steel is a common option for storage tanks, and with good reason. Here are four great reasons to make your next storage tank from stainless steel, which is called stainless steel storage tank.
An increasing number of companies are considering the ecological impact of infrastructure and operations.
Welded stainless steel tanks are incredibly durable, as well. Stainless steel offers resistance to corrosion, rust, fire and UV light, which means that these tanks last considerably longer than welded steel or concrete. A welded stainless steel tank is also a leak-free storage solution, meaning you can trust that what you store inside will stay inside.
Your business needs are unique to your business. With that in mind, why would you go with anything but a custom solution for your storage needs? There is no need to make do with a pre-sized storage tank when a high-quality stainless steel tank can be customized to meet your exact needs by DFC Pressure Vessel Company.
The total cost of ownership for a stainless steel tank is lower than the cost of ownership for a bolted steel or concrete tank.