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Tanks - Double Wall

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Tanks - Double Wall
Ideal Usage for Double Wall Tanks: Environmentally sensitive liquid and vapor containment. Containment near rivers, lakes, bays and urban areas.
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Datasheet: Double Wall Aboveground Fuel Storage Tank (2500)
Datasheet: Double Wall Aboveground Fuel Storage Tank (10,000)
Datasheet: 420 BBL Fixed Axle Double Wall Tank (Wade)

Ideal Usage
Environmentally sensitive liquid and vapor containment. Containment near rivers, lakes, bays and urban areas.

Benefit
Built-in secondary containment for maximum environmental protection. Large top vapor proof hatches for easy access.

Weights And Measures

Capacity - Fixed Axle: 420 BBL (17,640 gal); T-Style: 425 BBL (17,850 gal)
Height - T-Style: 11' 8"; Fixed Axle: 10' 3" Note: protrusions above roof deck include nozzles, manways, P/V valve and handrails.
Width - 8' 0"
Length - T-Style: 37' 6"; Fixed Axle: 46' 4"
Weight - T-Style: 29,500 lbs; Fixed Axle: 34,000 lbs

Features
Valves - 4" butterfly on each end of tank
Relief Valve - Pressure: 16 oz/in2; Vacuum: 0.4 oz/in2
Manifold - Tanks are manifold-capable
Interior Lining - Chemical resistant coating
Clean out - Flat bottom on T-style tanks; Round bottom on Fixed Axle style
Access - Stairway and top access hatches or manways.
Material of Construction - 1/4" ASTM A36 carbon steel
Quality/Safety Features - QMS inspections on a scheduled basis. Staircase, guardrails around top deck, and pressure/vacuum valve.

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Datasheet: Double Wall Aboveground Fuel Storage Tank (2500)
Datasheet: Double Wall Aboveground Fuel Storage Tank (10,000)
Datasheet: 420 BBL Fixed Axle Double Wall Tank (Wade)

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