Fabricated using the best quality and stress-tested fiberglass and polyester resins for both underground and above ground use. FRP (Fibreglass Reinforced Plastics, also known as GRP, or Glass Reinforced Plastics) is a modern composite material of construction for chemical plant equipment like tanks and vessels. FRP Chemical Equipments are manufactured mainly by Hand Lay-up and filament winding processes.
Chemical equipment that range in size from less than a metre to 20 metres is fabricated using FRP as material of construction.
An inlet, an outlet, a vent, an access port, a drain, and an overflow nozzle is what a typical storage tank made of FRP has. There are other features that can be included in the tank. Ladders on the outside allow for easy access to the roof for loading. The vessel must be designed to withstand the load of someone standing on these ladders, and even withstand a person standing on the roof. Sloped bottoms allow for easier draining. Level gauges allow someone to accurately read the liquid level in the tank. The vessel must be resistant to the corrosive nature of the fluid it contains. Typically, these vessels have a secondary containment structure, in case the vessel bursts.
Conical Bottom Tank
Vertical Open Top Tank
Cylindrical Vertical Tank
Cylindrical Horizontal Tank
Due to the corrosion resistant nature of FRP, the tank can be made entirely from the composite, or a second liner can be used. In either case, the inner liner is made using different material properties than the structural portion Hence the name dual (meaning two) and laminate (a word commonly used for a layer of a composite material). If the liner is not made of FRP, there are multiple choices for a thermoplastic liner. The engineer will need to design the tank based on the chemical corrosion requirement of the equipment. PP, PVC, PTFE, ECTFE, ETFE, FEP, CPVC, PVDF are used as common thermoplastic liners.
FRP tanks and Designed are widely used in the chemical industry in the following sectors: chlor-alkali manufacturers, fertilizer, wood pulp and paper, metal extraction, refining, electroplating, brine, vinegar, food processing, and in air pollution control equipment, especially at municipal waste water treatment plants and water treatment plants.
Wastewater & Effluents Treatment Plants
Pulp and Paper Factory
Electroplating / Galvanisation plants
Metallurgical plants & Metal Finishing Industry
Chemical Plants (agro chemicals, chemicals for pharma industries, organic / inorganic chemicals, dyes, intermediates, speciality chemicals etc)
Edible Oil Industry
If the liner is not made of FRP, there are multiple choices for a thermoplastic liner. The engineer will need to design the tank based on the chemical corrosion requirement of the equipment. PP, ECTFE, ETFE, FEP, CPVC, PVDF, PVC, PTFE are used as common thermoplastic liners.
25⁰ C to 180⁰ C.
100 Litre , 250 Litre , 350 Litre , 500 Litre , 750 Litre , 1000 Litre , 1500 Litre , 2000 Litre , 3000 Litre , 3500 Litre , 5000 Litre , 7500 Litre , 10000 Litre , 12000 Litre , 15000 Litre , 18000 Litre , 20000 Litre , 25000 Litre , 30000 Litre, 35000 Litre, 40000 Litre , 45000 Litre , 50000 Litre , 60000 Litre .