Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks

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Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks

What is Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks?

After firing at 820°C-930°C high temperature, the molten glass reacts with the steel plate surface to form an inert and inorganic bond, which combines the strength and flexibility of steel and outstanding corrosion resistance of glass, so Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks can provide many advantages over standard epoxy or welded painted storage tanks. Glass-Fused-to-Steel technology is the premium coating technology in the storage tanks market, and Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks are widely used in bio-energy, municipal sewage, landfill leachate and industrial wastewater treatment etc. applications

Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks Structure

Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks Advantage:

Short construction period, cost-effective tank solution
Superior corrosion resistance, service life is more than 30 years
Easy to install, no need for big installation equipment and/or very skilled labors
Tank volume can be easily expanded
It can be dismantled, removed and relocated
Elegant appearance, tank color can be customized

Center Enamel Glass Fused To Steel Tanks Specifications:

Coating Color Standard dark green and blue or customized
Coating thickness 0.25-0.45mm
Acid and alkalinity proof Standard PH: 3~11, Special PH:1~14
Adhesion 3.450N/cm
Hardness 6.0 (Mohs)
Service life ≥30 Years
Holiday test >1500V
Permeability Gas liquid impermeable
Easy to clean Smooth, glossy, inert, anti-adhesion
Corrosion resistance Excellent, suitable for wastewater, salt water, sea water, high sulfur crude oil, salt fog organic and inorganic compounds

Color Options Of Glass Fused To Steel Tanks:

Tanks Color of Light Blue

Light Blue

Tanks Color of Light Grey

Light Grey

Tanks Color of Dark Green

Dark Green

Tanks Color of Tan

Tan

Tanks Color of Dark Blue

Dark Blue

Tanks Color of Forest Green

Forest Green

Tanks Color of White

White

Tanks Color of Cobalt Blue

Cobalt Blue