Factory Epoxy Coated steel tanks and reservoirs are a high quality alternative to glass-fused-to-steel tanks. The benefits of epoxy coated tanks against more traditional tank coatings include higher durability to impact, lower cost manufacturing, lower carbon footprint and more efficient design principles. These tanks have been perfected to be the most economical choice in municipal and industrial liquid storage while maintaining their tank quality and durability. Like GFS, epoxy tanks utilize a modular, panel design which results in faster construction, less environmental impact without the use of heavy machinery. Paired with ESR (externally supported roof) epoxy tanks can be used for a variety of municipal and industrial applications.
Bluewater Factory Epoxy Coated tanks are the standard in fire protection. They have been successfully installed on fire suppression systems in thousands of locations. The Epoxy coating resists corrosion, requires little to no maintenance and offers a lower initial cost.
Factory epoxy coated steel tanks are used in the most demanding and aggressive applications and are suitable for specialized coated steel tank applications such as anaerobic digester tank gas spaces. Epoxy is also very well suited to operating in high temperature environments.
Tested to 1500V, the factory epoxy coating delivers the highest level of durability and performance available in the storage tank market.
Factory epoxy coated steel storage tanks deliver cost effective performance to the agricultural and slurry storage market. Manufactured and coated at a dedicated powder coating facility the epoxy coating system delivers a highly durable tank offering many years of virtually maintenance-free service.
Storing mine processing slurry is no problem for a factory coated epoxy tank.
Bluewater offers a range of different tank designs with multiple grades of material for different areas of the tank.
By offering a combination of epoxy coated steel grades or a combination of materials, allows the most cost effective combination of materials to meet storage requirements based on the process design.
Depending on the effluent’s chemical composition, stored temperature and operating conditions, some tank systems will be more aggressive in the liquid to gas/air interface and having a hybrid option deals with this in the most technically robust and budget-conscious way.