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Emergency Response

Fiberglass Tank Repair, FRP Pipe Repair, Plastic Welding, and Mechanical Emergency Repair

  • 24 hours a day, 7 Days a Week

  • Emergency Mechanical Services

  • Experienced Field Service Personnel

  • Emergency Fiberglass Services 

  • Give yourself peace of mind

Emergency Fiberglass Tank Repairs

Field Service Technician - The technician will install, repair, maintain, and remove all types of FRP products used in the construction industry. They must be able to read blueprints and drawings, use hand tools, and operate power tools. They should be familiar with the latest technology and safety procedures.

Fiberglass Tank Repair Experience

Emergency services fiberglass repair is a specialty service offered by our team of experienced technicians. We offer a wide range of services, including emergency repairs, maintenance, and replacement. Our goal is to provide quality workmanship and exceptional customer service.

Repairing and Rehabilitation Existing Fiberglass Structures 

In the case of emergency services, fiberglass repair is often required because of the harsh environment. Corrosion is a major problem in these environments, so the right resin must be selected to withstand the elements. Resins are typically chosen based on the materials that will come into contact with the repaired tank. For example, if the tank contains corrosive chemicals, the resin should be able to withstand those conditions.

FRP Tank Repair Expertise

The first step in building a composite structure is laying up the fibers. In order to do this, the fibers must be laid down in the proper direction and orientation. There are two ways to lay up the fibers. The first way is to use a hand layup machine. These machines are used to lay up the fibers in a specific pattern. They are usually made of metal and are very heavy. The second method is to use a pultrusion machine. Pultrusion machines are much lighter than hand layup machines. They are also able to produce a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

How to Get the Most out of a Field Service Visit

The best way to find out if your structure is safe is to call a professional who will inspect the structure or site and give you a free quote. You should ask about special requirements like access, ventilation, lighting, etc.

The first step in preparing for a field service visit is to gather all the necessary equipment and materials. This includes tools, spare parts, and any documentation needed to complete the job. It’s essential to keep these items organized to be easily accessible when needed.

The chemical composition of fiberglass tank, pipe, or other piece of e varies depending on the type of product stored in the tank. Water tanks may contain chemicals such as chlorine, which help prevent bacteria growth. Tanks may also contain salt, which helps maintain the correct operating temperature.

In the case of a storage or process tank, always have a plan for taking it offline and draining the contents for temporary storage. 

PlasTech Services has the experience, capabilities, and FRP expertise to handle all of your emergency and non-emergency needs through our Field Services team. Call us Today!

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