PVC acid tanks are produced for dangerous acid classes and have high acid resistance. For dangerous acid types such as nitric acid and sulfuric acid, ambient temperature stocking is the solution partner. However, pvc acid tanks having a brittle structure are coated with polyester resin and fiber on the outer surface to prevent brittleness.
PVC Acid Tanks
Vertical cylindrical production of pvc acid tanks which can be produced in desired dimensions is provided. Outlet rakor, free flange and integrated level indicators can be adapted to our products which are used as storage tanks. The production of our products is completed in 4 stages. We recommend that you switch to acid use after testing your products with water to prevent problems during transportation.
PVC Acid Tanks Production Steps
The first stage of production is to determine the thickness of PVC plates according to product volume and make them cylindrical. At this stage, the requested outlet rakor, flanges or output pipes of the level indicators are also adapted.
The PVC glossy surface is abraded by sanding to ensure that polyester and fiber can be coated securely to the tank.
At this stage, fiber and resin coating is provided on the cleaned and resin coated surface according to the storage volume. In this way, the brittle structure of the pvc tank is completely removed and the resistance of the tank is increased.
At this stage, the rough surface of the coated PVC tank is cleaned and transferred to the painting section. The equipment of the painted products is installed and the delivery procedures are started.
- Do not use products other than the specified acid type, concentration ratio and temperature.
- Products shall be tested with water against problems that may occur during delivery, during download or during the installation.
- If you have any problems, please contact our sales representatives.
- Check the inlet and outlet locations by checking the drawing sent to you. The desired changes on tanks must be indicated before ordering.
- Your tank must be placed on a flat concrete ground with the base completely in contact with the ground.