Plastic Tanks

 

USA: Plastic Tanks: Plastic Tank Manufacturers

 

 

ABOUT PLASTIC TANKS

 

Plastic tanks are available for a very wide range of residential, industrial, and agricultural applications. The most common method of manufacture of plastic tanks is rotational molding using heat to melt plastic in a closed mold. No pressure is required. A wide range of models of plastic tank are available for on-ground, underground, and portable uses. Special plastic tanks are available for holding industrial and agricultural chemicals, including fertilizer and liquid feeds. Sizes for plastic tanks can vary from a few gallons to plastic tanks with more than 10,000 gallon capacity. 


 

LEADING USA PLASTIC TANK MANUFACTURERS

 

The following leading plastic tank manufacturers have comprehensive websites, with information on all aspects of plastic tanks, including online catalogs, colors and materials for plastic tanks, and care and maintenance of plastic tanks.

 

American Tank Company: Plastic Tanks. American Tank Company, which was founded in 1975 and is based in Windsor, California, is a leading online supplier of plastic tanks including water tanks. Its website offers the following product categories: Water Tanks, Agricultural & Industrial Tanks, Portable Water Tanks, Septic Tanks, Rectangular Tanks, Tank Accessories, Underground Storage Tanks, Municipal Tanks, Well Pumps, Pump Accessories, and Water Filters. Its resources section includes articles on Float Switches, Tank Capacity Calculators, and Water Pressure Boosters.

 

American Tank Company supplies three types of water tank: Poly Plastic Water Tanks, Fiberglass Water Tanks and Corrugated Steel Water Tanks. American Tank Company supplies agricultural and industrial Poly Plastic Water Tanks manufactured by: Norwesco Tanks and Snyder Industries.

 

Norwesco: Plastic Tanks. Norwesco, based in St.Paul, Minnesota, is a leading US manufacturer of rotationally molded polyethylene tanks for agricultural, water, closed-top industrial and below ground septic and cistern applications. It was founded in 1939 under the name Northwest Plastics Inc. Its name was changed to Norwesco in 1973. The company now manufactures plastic tanks in 17 plants through the USA and Canada.

 

The rotational molding process, which Norwesco first used in 1980, uses heat to melt and fuse plastic resin in a closed mold, without using pressure. The rotational molding process is able to produce hollow, complex, and vertical plastic tanks. The Norwesco range of above ground plastic storage tanks covers sizes from 12 gallons to 15,000 gallons. They are suitable for storage of fertilizer solutions, agricultural chemicals, liquid feeds, and plant foods.

 

The Tank Depot: Plastic Tanks. The Tank Depot, based in Pompano Beach, Florida, is a leading online supplier of plastic tanks. It also operates stores in Florida and Texas. The Tank Depot website is organized into the following sections: Water Tanks, Septic Tanks, Marine Tanks, Recreational Vehicle Tanks, Transport Tanks, Storage Tanks, Bio-diesel Tanks, Pressure Wash Tanks, and Fuel Tanks. Water Tanks include: Collapsible Pillow Tanks, Underground Water Tanks, Rain Water Collection Barrels, and Pressure Wash Tanks.

 

Other specialist types of plastic tank supplied by the Tank Dept include: Portable Containment Tanks, Double Wall Tanks, Storage Tanks for Used Oil, Wash & Catalyst Tanks, Cone Bottom Tanks, Livewells & Bait Tanks, and Plastic Fuel Transport Tanks. Manufacturers include Norwesco, Ace, Ronco, and Todd Marine.

 

OTHER PRODUCTS RELEVANT TO PLASTIC TANKS

 

You may also like to visit our USA product guides on: Septic Tanks, Water Tanks, Sump Pumps, Water Pumps and Well Pumps.

 




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