Two of the most commonly used materials in the construction of large storage tanks are FRP, fibreglass-reinforced plastic, or steel. Steel is a traditional version of the storage unit for industries that deal with toxic, caustic or corrosive substances, but FRP has been steadily rising in popularity thanks to the numerous benefits this type of tank can offer. If you’re in the market for a new, reliable tank to store even the most abrasive of materials, we’ve got a few things for you to consider. Here’s how FRP tanks vs. steel alternatives can affect your next project!
Your storage needs are unique and we understand the need to weigh the options of what will work best for your requirements to be safely and properly met. We also understand the need for customizability here at FRP Mocoat, which is why we offer many options and modifications to fill the demands of your worksite! If you’re looking to invest in a storage tank, take a look at our custom or standard products. We’d be happy to work with you on your next project!