DEF Tanks

Protank is one the largest suppliers of DEF Tanks in North America. DEF is commonly stored in vertical, double wall, totes, and horizontal tanks. HDPE is best material for the tank with a SG of 1.5 or 1.9. The fitting material for DEF tanks need to be PP or 316 SS. Gasket material should be EPDM. PVC is not recommended for DEF. Protank can also heat trace and insulate any of our DEF tanks to keep it at a desired temp. Please contact us with any questions or to request pricing for any of our DEF tanks.

Sodium Hydroxide Tanks ( Caustic )

Our tanks are great solution for storing sodium hydroxide. Sodium Hydroxide is also known as caustic, caustic soda, and liquid lye. We recommend that it stored in a HDPE tank that has a SG of 1.9. Sodium Hydroxide can also be stored in a XLPE. The recommended fitting material is PVC or 316 SS. Gasket material should be EPDM. Sodium Hydroxide is commonly stored in vertical or double wall tanks. We can also heat trace and insulate any of our caustic storage tanks to keep it at a desired temp. Please contact us with any questions or to request pricing for any of our Sodium Hydroxide Tanks.

Sodium Hypochlorite Tanks ( Bleach )

Sodium Hypochlorite is a very aggressive chemical and oxidizer. There’s several important factors to consider when storing it. The major factor is if the tank will be stored inside or outside. UVs can degrade the Sodium Hypochlorite. The common concentration of sodium hypochlorite is 12.5%. HDPE is the best material for the tank. If the tank is going to be outside, we recommend that the UVs are blocked by using an Opaque tank. The tank must have a SG of 1.9 or higher. The recommend fitting material is PVC. The recommended gasket material is viton. If a bolted fitting is used, Titanium Encapsulated Bolts must be used. 316 SS is not recommended. Common tanks used to store Sodium Hypochlorite are vertical and double wall tanks. Please contact us with any questions or to request pricing for any of our Sodium Hypochlorite tanks.

Sulfuric Acid Tanks

Protank offers tanks for the storage of Sulfuric Acid. Sulfuric Acid is a heavy and dangerous chemical so it must be stored in a tank with a SG of 1.9 or higher. Containment is highly recommended. The common concentration is 93%. HDPE is the recommend tank material for storage. CPVC is the recommend fitting material. The recommended gasket material is viton. If a bolted fitting is used, Hastelloy Encapsulated Bolts must be used. Common tanks used to store Sulfuric Acid are vertical and double wall tanks. Please contact us with any questions or to request pricing for any of our Sulfuric Acid Tanks.

Polymer Tanks

Protank offers tanks for the storage of Polymers. The recommend tank material is HDPE. XLPE tanks can also be used to store Polymer. The recommended tank SG is 1.5 or 1.9 based on the type of Polymer. The recommended fitting material is PVC or 316 SS. EPDM is the recommended gasket material. Common tanks used to store Polymer are vertical tanks. Please contact us with any questions or to request pricing for any of our Polymer storage tanks.

Calcium Chloride Tanks

Protank offers many tanks for the storage of calcium chloride, also known as brine. The recommended tank material is HDPE but it can also be stored in XLPE tanks. The recommended tank SG is 1.9. The recommend fitting material is PP, 316 SS or PVC. EPDM is the recommended gasket material. Common tanks used to store calcium chloride are vertical, double wall, or horizontal tanks. Please contact us with any questions or to request pricing for any of our Calcium Chloride Tanks.

Hydrochloric Acid Tanks

Hydrochloric Acid, also known as muriatic acid, is highly corrosive and produces toxic fumes. The recommended tank material is HDPE but it can also be stored in XLPE tanks. The recommended tank SG is 1.9 or higher. The recommended fitting material is PVC. Viton is the recommended gasket material. If a bolted fitting is used, Hastelloy Encapsulated Bolts must be used. It’s also recommended that a non-vented manway is used to bloke toxic fumes. Protank offers scrubber systems to filter the toxic fumes created by Hydrochloric Acid storage. Common tanks used to store it are vertical and double wall tanks. Please contact us with any questions or to request pricng for any of our Hydrochloric Acid tanks.

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There’s many different chemicals or liquids that can be stored in Plastic Tanks. Please contact us with any questions for the liquid you wish to store.