Sulfuric acid tank is generally produced and used in accordance with 98% concentration ratio. For sulfuric acid, one of the dangerous acid types, there are 2 different production up to 75% concentrate and 2 separate production for sulfuric acid storage between 75% and 100% concentrate.
Sulfuric Acid Tank
Polyester Sulfuric Acid Tank
The guarantee period of polyester acid tanks which can be applied for maximum 75% concentrated sulfuric acid is 5 years.
You can see resistance values for each acid types on
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Polyethylene or PVC acid tanks can be used for the sulfuric acid tank above the values in the table.
PVC + Vinylester Sulfuric Acid Tank
PVC acid tanks can be used by coating with vinylester resin due to its brittle structure. Tanks which have a longer life than polyethylene tanks and which have many alternative options as equipment can be produced in desired sizes.
PVC acid tanks can be produced in 4 stages.
After the tank is made cylindrical in pvc in desired dimensions, the outlet rakor, free flange pipes and level indicator pipes are installed and sanding process is started to erode the surface gloss.
The surface of the tank is sanded and made ready for vinylester resin and glass fiber coating. This ensures the best adhesion of vinylester resin and fibers to the tank.
The surface of the tank is covered with vinylester resin and fiber and its brittle structure is removed. Coating thickness varies with tank volume.
After the product coating is done, the surface of the product is cleaned again and the paint section is switched on. After the product is painted, the necessary equipment is connected and transferred to the shipment department. Some equipment can be shipped disassembled for shipping security.
Polyethylene Sulfuric Acid Tanks
Polyethylene sulfuric acid tanks are produced by thickening 100%. The average service life for sulfuric acid can range from 5 to 10 years. Product outlet rakors are made of PE material and acid resistance is the same as that of the tank.
Since 1984, we continued to produce polyester and polyethylene acid tanks, acid tanks are used by many companies over Turkey and the world. You can review some of our references and the products we produce. For more references Our references You can visit our page.
1. Sandoz Syntek
50 ton horizontal chemical waste tank and 26 ton chemical mixer tank are provided for Sandoz.
24m3 silo acid tanks and 13 ton mixer tank production were provided.
50 ton vertical acid tanks and 5m3 prismatic acid tank were produced.
Production of 13m3 HCL silo acid tank and 20m3 hcl stock tank were provided.
56/5000 Production of 20 ton silo phosphoric acid tank was provided.
Production of 20 ton HCL acid tank was provided.
25m3 Silo Caustic tank production is provided.
6 ton vertical phosphoric acid tank production was provided.
Production of 20 ton poly aluminum chloride tank is provided.
The most important thing to know about the acid tank is the acid concentration ratio and the stock temperature. Polythene acid tanks resist to all acid concentrate ratios. Stock temperature must not exceed 55 degrees Celsius, for all acid types.
For polyester acid tanks, the acid type, concentration ratio and stock temperature value are very important. Because resin resist to different acid types in different concentration ratios and temperature values . As the concentration ratio decreases, the stock temperature resistance increases. In addition, thermal protection can be provided with isocam application for polyester acid tanks.
Never use the products for any other acid than the specified acid type and values during the order.
All acid tanks should be tested primarily with water before filling acid. Water testing is recommended against problems during shipment.
All product groups must be placed on a flat concrete ground.
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What is Sulfuric Acid?
Sulfuric acid (alternative spelling sulphuric acid), also known as vitriol, is a mineral acid composed of the elements sulfur, oxygen and hydrogen, with molecular formula H2 It is a colorless, odorless, and syrupy liquid that is soluble in water and is synthesized in reactions that are highly exothermic.
Its corrosiveness can be mainly ascribed to its strong acidic nature, and, if at a high concentration, its dehydrating and oxidizing properties. It is also hygroscopic, readily absorbing water vapor from the air. Upon contact, sulfuric acid can cause severe chemical burns and even secondary thermal burns; it is very dangerous even at moderate concentrations.
Sulfuric acid is a very important commodity chemical, and a nation’s sulfuric acid production is a good indicator of its industrial strength. It is widely produced with different methods, such as contact process, wet sulfuric acid process, lead chamber process and some other methods.
Sulfuric acid is also a key substance in the chemical industry. It is most commonly used in fertilizer manufacture, but is also important in mineral processing, oil refining, wastewater processing, and chemical synthesis. It has a wide range of end applications including in domestic acidic drain cleaners, as an electrolyte in lead-acid batteries, and in various cleaning agents.
The main occupational risks posed by this acid are skin contact leading to and the inhalation of aerosols. Exposure to aerosols at high concentrations leads to immediate and severe irritation of the eyes, respiratory tract and mucous membranes: this ceases rapidly after exposure, although there is a risk of subsequent pulmonary edema if tissue damage has been more severe. At lower concentrations, the most commonly reported symptom of chronic exposure to sulfuric acid aerosols is erosion of the teeth, found in virtually all studies: indications of possible chronic damage to the respiratory tract are inconclusive as of 1997. Repeated occupational exposure to sulfuric acid mists may increase the chance of lung cancer by up to 64 percent. In the United States, the permissible exposure limit(PEL) for sulfuric acid is fixed at 1 mg/m3: limits in other countries are similar. There have been reports of sulfuric acid ingestion leading to vitamin B12 deficiency with subacute combined degeneration. The spinal cord is most often affected in such cases, but the optic nerves may show demyelination, loss of axons and gliosis.