Fiberglass Tank Inspection Process
We will provide the same industrial-level inspections to you and your company as we provide for Pixelle Speciality Solutions, Kuehne Chemical, and hundreds more. We will inspect the following:
Tank Anchoring Points
Tank Exterior (cracks, insulation failure, paint failure, etc.)
Tank Interior (air bubbles, blisters, chips, cracks, crazing, deformations, delamination, dry spots, etc.)
We will also provide pictures, recommendations, and a results summary.
Fiberglass Tank Maintenance Considerations
Regular inspection and maintenance are key when it comes to extending the life span of a fiberglass tank. It’s important to keep track of all repairs and replacements made to ensure that everything is up-to-date and functioning properly. Additionally, it's recommended that you perform regular cleaning in order to maintain optimal performance. And finally, always make sure that your staff follows proper safety procedures when working around a fiberglass tank in order to prevent any accidents or injuries from occurring.
What if I need to repair my tank?
If repair work is discovered, we can provide a no-obligation free quote for repairs and work with your maintenance team to make necessary repairs that work within your budget and scheduling needs.
We hope our inspection will help you keep your facility running, provide predictive maintenance needs, and maintain what matters to your company or organization.
How does this benefit me?
Prepare 2023 Budget
Locate Areas of Failure
Reduce Expenses with a one-time discounted service
Fast Response Time
Expert insight to FRP Tank Condition
With over 34 years of experience inspecting and repairing Fiberglass Tanks, you'll make managing maintenance easy. We offer a One (1) Year warranty on all our workmanship and furnish equipment necessary to perform any work.
What will I need to do for my FRP tank inspection?
For your FRP Tank inspection, we recommend draining, flushing, and cleaning your FRP tank for the interior inspection. We also ask that you provide us with any important data you may have on your tank prior to your scheduled date.
1. FRP Tank size
2. Name of Contents stored inside the tank
3. Manufacturing Information
4. Date of the last inspection
5. Any previous inspection reports you have on file
Why does a checklist matter?
DATA TRACKING - Recording the correct information is critical when performing a Fiberglass Tank Repair or an FRP Tank Reline.
TIME & MATERIAL COSTS - The tank size will determine the time and material costs (i.e., T&M), additional project requirements (e.g. scaffolding), resin choice, and ensure the entirety of the tank is adequately inspected and maintained.
Let's say, for example, the incorrect size of a stationary fiberglass tank was recorded, e.g., the estimated size was 10 ft in diameter when the actual size is 14 ft in diameter. The Tank size determines the scaffolding necessary to complete the project. If the scaffolding size is too small, the scaffolding will have to be broken down and moved to each side of the tank, costing thousands of dollars for additional manpower and downtime. When it comes to Fiberglass Tank Repair correct information is critical!