Potassium Hydroxide Requires a Specialized Storage Solution
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4d ago
If you’re storing potassium hydroxide, you have a chemical that can’t be taken lightly. Storing and handling potassium hydroxide requires a chemical tank system that will live up to the rigors of a hazardous substance without the possibility of a catastrophic failure in the case of a leak ..read more
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Confined Space Safety Issues? Consider a Side Manway
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1w ago
While many of the chemicals stored in polyethylene tanks don’t require side manways, these accessories are available as an add-on option to Poly Processing chemical storage tanks. A side manway often provides several safety and efficiency benefits that may be worth considering for your facility.  ..read more
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A Clear and Simple Guide to Annual Storage Tank Inspections
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2w ago
No matter what chemicals you’re storing, it’s important to conduct routine storage tank inspections. These inspections are vital to help keep the chemical tanks, fittings, venting and accessories in good working condition—and to avoid costly surprise failures. Even if the polyethylene tank is relatively new, a routine and careful visual inspection is recommended ..read more
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What's the Difference Between NSF and FDA Approval for Chemical Tanks?
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1M ago
It’s easy to get confused between NSF certification, FDA approval, and FDA requirements. Which terms do you need to be familiar with, and what should you expect from your chemical storage tank? These are good questions, and it’s important to understand the differences between NSF and FDA as you prepare to purchase a chemical storage system ..read more
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Acetic Acid Corrosion: Protecting Storage Tanks Against Chemical Degradation
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1M ago
Acetic acid is a versatile, common chemical that’s used for a variety of purposes. The colorless liquid usually has a sour odor and can cause physical harm if it isn’t handled correctly. It is critical to ensure that you design a proper storage solution, because improper acetic acid storage can risk the health of the people who work near it ..read more
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Digital Level Systems That Help Prevent Avoidable Costs and Downtime
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1M ago
Without the right equipment, it’s difficult to judge how much volume of chemical you have in your chemical storage tanks. If you overestimate your volume, you could run out of inventory before the next delivery. The last thing you want to deal with is downtime that could have been avoided.  ..read more
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Protect Your Facility and Your Bottom Line with a Chemical Leak Detection System
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2M ago
Leakage from a chemical storage tank or a leaking tank fitting can have far-reaching consequences, from compromising product quality to posing significant safety hazards. That’s why it’s important to integrate robust liquid leak detection systems wherever you store liquid chemicals and hazardous solutions.  ..read more
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How To Use The Chemical Resistance Guide
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2M ago
When storing a chemical, it is critical to be confident that your entire tank system is compatible with the chemical and is up to the task of providing safe storage. To help customers understand the compatibility of specific chemicals with our polyethylene tanks and accessories, we created our chemical resistance guide.  ..read more
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Better and Safer Alternatives to Downpipes
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2M ago
When customers inquire about installing downpipes in Poly Processing chemical storage tanks, we strongly recommend against it for several important reasons ..read more
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Crosslinked Polyethylene Vs. Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Tanks
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3M ago
Purchasing a high-performance chemical storage tank is a significant investment for your company, and choosing the right tank for your needs isn’t always an easy decision. If you’re deciding between a fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) tank and crosslinked polyethylene (XLPE) tank, be sure you understand the differences between them and know what to expect in terms of cost, maintenance, service, delivery times, and protection. FRP tanks are coated with an interior chemical resin. Their structural layer is composed of chopped glass fiber or filament-wound fibers and resin. XLPE is a thermoset ..read more
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