The cost of buying, installing and using chemical storage tanks is sometimes a small part of the capital required to implement a multi-billion Toman project. But if the reservoirs have problems, the whole plan may fail. In this case, inappropriate chemical tanks not only add to maintenance costs, but also expose the health of employees to serious risks.
Choosing the right chemical storage tank may add a little to your costs at the beginning, but its benefit is the orderly and correct operation of the plan and the peace of mind of its executives and employees.
So, to ensure the correctness of the work, make sure that you will perform the following steps:
1. Suitable tank:
Make sure the tank you choose is prepared for the type of chemical. Sometimes, to save costs, unfortunately, water tanks are used to store chemicals, the consequences of which we already mentioned. In addition, different thicknesses and types of polymer can be used for different chemicals, so that the possibility of tank failure and its replacement in a short period of time can be eliminated.
2. Proper installation method:
In any case, the need to change the tank was felt due to various reasons, such as increasing the capacity of the project, changing the type of chemical substance, or the passage of years and the failure of the tank. The place of installation of tanks should be such that repairmen can be replaced and repaired. For example, after installing the tank, if a structure is installed around it, the operator should always be allowed to move and replace the tank in terms of dimensions. It may be possible to take out the damaged tank in pieces, but installing a new tank requires the destruction of a part of the structure and high costs.
3. Suitable supplier:
     Make sure that the supplier is properly informed of your request and the type of chemical substance and the installation conditions at the project site and provides you with technical drawings and is also able to supply and install the appropriate chemical connections on the tanks. be