By Tom Wilkins, Owner of Metano IBC Services Inc.
Stainless steel tote tanks can be used for virtually any industrial treatment application; from wastewater processes to chemical storage. They are an efficient means of transporting liquids to remote locations such as construction and agriculture sites, or for moving hazardous materials.
Stainless steel tote tanks (also known as intermediate bulk containers) can hold up to 550 gallons of liquid and are designed to resist tough chemical compounds. Tote tanks are also constructed of poly composite, but for long-term service and durability, stainless steel is the preferred industrial choice.
Why choose a stainless steel tank? Consider the advantages:
There is simply no comparison to stainless steel for strength and long-term service. The material will last for decades with virtually no regular maintenance.
Stainless steel tanks resist water treatment chemicals and can easily tolerate abrasive wash-down solvents. They will never rust, even when stored outside in the elements.
3) Temperature tolerance
Stainless steel tanks are not impacted by excessive temperatures or UV exposure. They maintain their shape, and are easy to fill and empty in all weather environments.
For overall lifetime service cost, there is no better tank choice than stainless steel. Stainless tanks are easily fabricated, maintenance free, and maintain their integrity over the long haul. They are available for rent or purchase to help you meet budget goals.
Stainless is also the eco-friendly tank choice. Unlike plastics, stainless materials can be reclaimed 100% to help you reduce your environmental impact.
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