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4 Things You Can Do to Extend the Life of Your Polyethylene Tank

Although it's impossible to know what the exact lifespan of your polyethylene tank will be, there are steps you can take to extend its life in order to get the most out of it. The information outlined in this article is meant to extend the life of your polyethylene tank, which will help you save money in the long run, as well as ensure that you're maintaining your polyethylene tank (and its chemical contents) properly.

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Managing Harmful Chemical Fumes

All chemicals stored in polyethylene tanks require some form of venting in order to keep them safely stored. However, in some cases, the harmful fumes emitted from the chemicals cannot be released directly into the atmosphere.

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When You Should Choose an F.S. 2650 Manway Cover

Pneumatically-filled tanks must be properly vented to avoid offloading pressures, which increase the tank interior pressure beyond the ASTM-D 1998 regulation allowances. The right manway cover can provide the venting required to avoid this situation, but it can be difficult to know exactly which type to choose.

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Factors to Consider in Freight and Logistics

By the time the right tank and accessories have been identified, it’s time to consider the freight and logistics plan to get the equipment to you quickly, in a cost-effective manner, with little hassle or headache.

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A Walkthrough of Poly Processing’s Website

We’ve worked hard at Poly Processing to provide a comprehensive website that addresses many of your questions about harsh chemical storage. We also provide resources like walkthroughs, downloads and even tools to help you build your chemical storage system or to request a quote.

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