1000 Gallon Bare Tank

 

 

Bare Tank Overview

  • Fireguard tanks insulate product in tank from ambient temperature variations, reducing emissions to the environment.
  • Primary and secondary tanks are tightness tested on site using standard air pressure test procedures
  • Steel outer wall provides low cost maintenance and protection from weathering
  • Primary storage tank and secondary containment are compatible with a wide range of fuels and chemicals
  • Support designs available for all seismic requirements
  • Interstitial space can be monitored for leak detection
  • Available in self-contained double walled and protected double walled tanks
  • 30 year tank warranty backed by the Steel Tank Institute

Bare Tank Features

(1) UL-142 Flameshield or UL-2085 Fireguard Tank Mounted on Saddles

(2) 4” NPT Fitting

(1) 6” NPT Fitting

(1) Emergency Vent

(2) Lifting Lug

(1) Atmospheric Vent

(1) Manway

(1) Interstitial Leak Port

(1) 2” NPT Fitting

Fireguard Features

UL 2080 Listed “Fire Resistant”

UL 2085 Listed “Protected”

Both Inner & Outer Steel Tanks built to UL Standards

Uniform Fire Code UFC “Protected” Tank

National Fire Protection (NFPA) 30 & 30A

International Fire Code (IFC)

Ballistics Protection

Impact protection

California Air Resources Board (CARB) for Air Emissions

Steel Tank Institute (STI) Standard F941 for Thermally Insulated Aboveground Storage Tanks

Flameshield Features

Tested Two-Hour Fire Resistance

Built to UL 142 Standards

Tested by Southwest Research Institute to SwRI 97-04

Double-Wall Tanks Have Fully Monitorable Interstitial Space for Leak detection

Bare Tank Maintenance

The tank operator should preform periodic walk-around inspections to identify and repair areas of damage to the vessel or the coating itself and check for proper drainage around the tank area. It is imperative that the tank exterior be inspected periodically to ensure that the integrity of the coating is maintained. The frequency of periodic repainting will be based upon environmental factors in the geographic area where the tank is located. Special consideration should be given to the selected of the paint, surface preparation and coating application. The coating selected should be suitable for use with the current coating, or the existing coating should ne removed. The coating selected should be of industrial quality Proper site preparation and maintenance are vital to ensure drainage of surface water. Should ground conditions change or settlement occur, take the appropriate steps to maintain proper drainage and prevent standing water near or under the tank area. For diked tanks, remove any product spills immediately. Be sure to dispose of hazardous material properly. For diked tanks fitted with a drain, drain off water only. Drain openings are required to be maintained liquid tight. The primary tank shall be inspected monthly for the presence of water at the lowest possible points inside the primary tank. Remove any water found. Water and sediment in fuel can cause plugging of filters. Also, bacterial growth, originating form the fuel can cause corrosion of tanks and lines. For procedures on how to check for the presence of water and removal of water, refer to the STI R111, Storage Tank Maintenance/For copies of the RP and more information, please go to www.steeltank.com. Failure to adhere with these maintenance instructions may void your warranty.

Tank relocation requirements – often aboveground storage tanks are relocated. The following instructions are to be followed when this occurs: All steps are to be documented and the documentation is to be kept for the life of the tank. The hazards associated with the cleaning, entry, inspection, testing, maintenance or other aspects of AST’s are significant. Safety considerations and controls should be established prior to undertaking physical activities associated with ASTs . Cleaning of tanks must be per state and local jurisdiction requirements. Refer to the STI Standard SP001, “Standard for the Inspection of Aboveground Storage Tanks” for requirements concerning tank inspections. The SP001 Standard details requirements for inspections based on the tank installation and age. A tank must undergo the appropriate insurance prior to relocation. In addition, the tank must be subjected to a pressure (or vacuum) test.

Bare Tank Accessories

  • Fuel Transfer Pumps
  • Overfill Alarms
  • Vents
  • Nozzles
  • Fuel Flow Meters
  • Fuel Tank Hoses
  • Interstitial Gauge
  • Leak Gauge
  • Overspill Bowls

Fireguard Specs*

UL 2080 Listed “Fire Resistant”
UL 2085 Listed “Protected”
Inner & Outer Steel Tanks built to UL Standards
Uniform Fire Code UFC “Protected” Tank
Steel Tank Institute (STI) Standard F941 for Thermally Insulated Above Ground Storage Tanks
California Air Resources Board (CARB) for Air Emissions
Ballistics Protection
Impact Protection
International Fire Code (IFC)
National Fire Protection (NFPA) 30 & 30A

Read more about Fireguard Specs* here

Flameshield Specs*

Tested 2-Hour Fire Resistance
Built to UL142 Standards
Tested by Southwest Research Institute to SwRI 97-04
Fully Monitorable Interstitial Space for Leak Detection

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