Glass-lined Steel Tanks
The glass-lined steel tank is made of a glass-lined steel panel. The two materials are fused together to achieve the best properties of both – the strength and flexibility of steel combined with the corrosion resistance of glass. The glass-lined steel panel used for a glass-lined steel tank is an economical material that has superior anti-corrosive compare to other anti-corrosive materials. Glass-lined steel tanks are able to provide many years of trouble-free service in harsh environments. Glass-lined steel tanks are extremely versatile and can be used in many industrial, commercial, residential, municipal and rural applications.
Glass-lined steel tanks are constructed from individual steel panels that are manufactured and finished in the factory, then transported to the site and installation. Unlike conventional concrete or welded storage solutions, which require extensive fabrication and finishing processes onsite, Glass-lined steel tanks offer quick installation, lower shipping costs, and they can be assembled in nearly any type of weather, eliminating many weather-related delays.
Glass-lined steel tank Advantages
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 is the leading glass-lined steel tank manufacturer and dedicated to the glass-lined steel tank market for more than 30 years. Now more than 10,000 glass tanks have been installed in over 60 countries around the world. You can depend on Center Enamel glass-lined Steel tanks. We are designed for optimum energy efficiency, durability, and long-lasting performance, and our glass-lined steel tank engineers make tank engineering calculation on each specific tank structure according to project local environmental conditions, such as snow load, wind speed, seismic zone, etc., to make sure the tank structure's adequate security in long-term service life.