We Are The #1 Chemical Tanks Provider In Australia – ATM Tanks

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Chemical tanks are sensitive. As storage or container for chemicals, they must come in various sizes and must be made of various materials that can preserve the integrity of the chemical.

These chemicals are used in the processing of chemicals, mixing the chemicals, and also for storing them.

If you have a company that uses chemicals, you need a chemical tank provider. But how should you choose the right one?

In this article, we will discuss not only how you can choose the right provider or fabricator of your chemical tank, but we will also provide you with a buying guide.

Chemical Tank Buying Guide in Australia

A chemical tank is not like a water tank. The chemicals react differently to the metal or the material, so you have to choose the right one. Read on to see the things that you have to consider.

1. The type of liquid or chemical 

Before you choose a tank, know what kind of chemical you want to store in it. As mentioned earlier, different chemicals have different reactions t different materials. The last thing that you want to happen is to spoil your chemical.

There is no single guidance that we can offer here. There are hundreds of chemicals out there, and you need a chemical engineer to help you make this decision. The same thing goes for the components of the tank like gaskets and fittings.

2. The size and volume of what you will store

How many litres, gallons, or tons of chemical will you store? You need to know this so you can choose the right size.

Chemical tanks are available in many forms. You can have a fabricator make a cylinder or a rectangular one. Before you buy, make sure that you also measure the space where the tank will be installed. Some tanks also have secondary containment, and some need long tubes and pipes that connect the chemical tanks to the processing units.

3. The location of the tank

Will install the tank indoors or outdoors?

This is important because the weather and the temperature affect the longevity of the tank. Outdoors, chemical tanks are subjected to heat. Most outdoor tanks have a special coating on the outside, which protects the tanks from the varying weather conditions.

One other thing you should think about is the fittings and the installation. If you will buy a chemical tank, it is best that the supplier will do the tank installation. The only thing you should do is to connect the chemical tank to your processing line.

How to choose the right chemical tank supplier in Australia

Now, let us take a look at the different things you need to look for before you choose a chemical tank provider.

1. Tenure in the industry

The first thing you have to consider is how long the tank fabricator has been in the industry. This is critical because the last thing that you want is to have a tank that is experimental.

What you should look for are tenured tank providers like us. We at ATM Tank Group have been in business for 20 years. We have serviced hundreds of clients all over Australia from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, and many more.

With 20 years in the industry, we guarantee you that we know what we are doing. We have a team of experts that can provide support to you.

2. Specialisation

The second factor you have to consider is specialisation. It is much better to work with a company that has a wide range of experience with different kinds of tanks.

At ATM Tank Group, we have worked with various materials for tank storage and tank linings. We know what is best for any industry, and what kinds of materials to use for the lining. We take into account the kind of chemical you will store, and where the tank will be placed.  

3. Tank quality

What you want is a tank that is going to last. Choose a provider that makes tanks with a long lifespan. We at ATM Tank Group design tanks that will last for 50 years.

We also offer various tanks made with different materials. If you want, we can fabricate your tank with galvanised steel or stainless steel.

We can also coat that with epoxy and polyurethane. The options you have do not stop there. As far as linings are concerned, we have all the standard materials used for tank storage such as liquid rubber, HDPE, poly products, and many more.  

Another thing that we want to emphasise here is the warranty. We at ATM Tank Group believe in the quality of our products and installation services. We offer warranty to tanks that we fabricate and install.

Lastly, we also offer support services. We are not the type of company that fabricates and installs tanks, and then leave you high and dry.

You can count on us to do regular inspections on your tanks. This way, we can mitigate possible risks of corrosion or repair problems before they blow out of proportion. We also have robots or remotely controlled vehicles that can inspect the inside of your tank, without having to drain its contents.

If it is a chemical tank that you need, ATM Tank Group has you covered. We also make water tanks, sewage tanks, and glass-fused tanks. Glass-fused tanks are the new benchmark of quality and integrity today, and we are at the forefront of this technology.

Summary: How to Choose a Chemical Tank Provider in Australia

There are many chemical tank suppliers in Australia. However, few can match what we at ATM Tank Group can offer.

Make sure that you give us a call so we can start discussing what you need. We will work with you from start to finish. Our price quote is free, and we can make amendments to it as it pleases you.

We have been in business for more than two decades. We know how tanks work, and we are a name you can trust.

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Aaron James
Aaron has been working at ATM Tanks for the past 5 years. He has completed a wide range of projects across Australia including new tank builds, cleaning and servicing existing tanks and countless tank inspections. However he has excelled recently at project management for ATM Tanks.
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