Polypropylene Tanks Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Fort Wayne, IN

    Specializing in fabricated plastic tanks such as polypropylene tanks Park Plastic Products is capable of making your plastic tank in any size or dimension. We pride ourselves on quality plastic tanks, fast service, fair prices and a desire to achieve complete customer satisfaction. Our company has become a major player in the tank industry. We are your source for liquid handling tanks, worldwide.

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  • Mobile, AL

    Customer satisfaction is what we look for each day. We believe in providing the highest quality plastic tanks ranging from polypropylene tanks to FRP tanks for use in any industry. Our products are known for their durability and our employees are known for their exceptional service. We believe in providing you with just the right products for your needs. Contact us to learn more!

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  • Franklin, MA

    Focusing on custom configured thermoplastic tanks for biopharmaceutical, ultrapure water and hemodialysis applications, enables us to fulfill your requirements for unique, high specialized vessels inexpensively, simply, reliable. Our combination of products & capabilities are not available elsewhere such as our polyethylene tanks. For more information about what we can do for you, contact Terracon today!

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  • Pearland, TX

    We manufacture polypropylene and other poly tanks that will exceed your expectations. All of our tanks are pressure and hydro tested to meet the demands of every industry. We offer a variety of sizes ranging from 65 gallon to 800 gallon tanks.

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Assmann Corporation: A Trusted Provider of Storage Tanks and Containers

Plastic Tanks At Assmann Corporation of America, we pride ourselves on offering the best quality in plastic and polyethylene tanks for a variety of industrial proposes. We believe in using proven manufacturing methods that will never compromise the integrity of our products. Our one-piece construction using durable, high-density resin ensures that we create a product that will last. Assmann tanks are created with controlled process that guarantees quality. We manufacture double-wall tanks, cone-bottom tanks, plastic fuel and oil tanks, poly tanks, polypropylene tanks, septic tanks, storage tanks and water tanks.... Read More

Using Polypropylene Tanks to Store Water Safely

If you need to store water, consider using a poly tank for your purposes. Polypropylene tanks come in different shapes and sizes, so chances are you will have no trouble finding a tank to suit your needs. These tanks are manufactured to hold many different kinds of liquid, so it's important to keep in mind the kind of tank you need for water storage. If you're merely storing water you won't need a tank that's made for storing corrosive liquids, and there are a number of things you should consider... Read More

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Polypropylene Tanks

Polypropylene tanks, which fall under the broad categorization of plastic or poly tanks, are general-purpose containers fabricated from a common thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene (PP) is just one of the many types of plastics from which storage tanks can be made. However, the attributes of this particular polymer include advantages such as excellent chemical and corrosion resistance, as well as a very high melting point of 320ºF.

Polypropylene is a light, durable thermoplastic that is denser, stiffer, and stronger than polyethylene and also has a high melting point. Due to its high rigidity, and good structural strength, polypropylene can be easily fabricated into tanks by means of various welding processes using hot air, extrusion, and fusion equipment. As a result of the many beneficial characteristics of polypropylene, tanks fabricated from this material are ideal for a variety of electroplating applications and are increasingly being used in the demanding environment of steel processing plants. Additional applications of polypropylene tanks include the storage of potable drinking water and a wide variety of mild to aggressive chemicals including hydrogen sulfide, oleic acid, photographic solutions, potassium carbonate, magnesium hydroxide and many more.

Polypropylene is less commonly used than polyethylene for tanks, although it is much stronger than polyethylene and has a much higher melting point. In addition, the crystalline structure of polypropylene falls in between that of low density polyethylene (LDPE) and high density polyethylene (HDPE). Polypropylene tanks have several advantages over traditional metal tanks such as steel, stainless steel and titanium. These advantages include a seamless construction that provides them with greater impact strength and superior resistance to rust, corrosion, chemicals, and fuel additives. In addition, these virtually indestructible tanks also have a longer lifespan than metal tanks, which are apt to fracture and leak. Polypropylene tanks can easily be molded to fit tank compartments, unlike metal tanks, and are simple to install. One common method of fabricating polypropylene tanks is through the injection molding process. In this process, melted pellets of polypropylene are injected into an open mold cavity, which is then clamped shut. Next, the heated polypropylene is cooled by means of water or other fluids that are circulated through the cooling system of the mold and thus used to extract the heat. The polypropylene tank is then held in the mold under high pressure until it solidifies and can be ejected from the mold.

Polypropylene Tanks
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Polypropylene Tanks - Assmann Corporation of America
Polypropylene Tanks - Assmann Corporation of America