Enduramaxx's Unique 30,000 Litre Storage Tank

Enduramaxx’s 30,000-litre storage tank is unique in that it is the largest rotationally moulded tank produced within the United Kingdom. The tank is formed using a single piece construction and is self- supporting thus negating the requirement for an internal or external frame. With a multitude of uses across a wide range of sectors including agriculture, industry, construction and mining, these tanks offer the perfect solution for the large scale storage of liquids.

Manufactured using the latest technologies and UV-stabilised polyethene granules ensures our 30,000 litres (6,599 imperial gallons) tanks are strong, durable and free from corrosion. They are suitable for the storage of the following chemicals: Ferric Chloride, Caustic Soda, ‘AUS-40 urea solution (AdBlue), Acetic Acid, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hydroxide and Chlorine. The tanks can be supplied in thicknesses suitable for liquids up to a specific gravity of 1.5sg or 2.0sg. The 2.0sg tank allows any of the above chemicals to be stored at a constant temperature of up to 40°C.

Our 30,000-litre vertical storage tanks come with a 2-year guarantee and our WRAS Approved version, for the storage of potable water, carries a 10-year guarantee.

For a technical specification sheet of the 30,000-litre tank click here. Tank installation instructions can also be downloaded here.

Remember, whatever your requirements for a 30000-litre storage tank: Think Tank – Think Enduramaxx.

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