The Bladder Tank system is easily and quickly installed and can be used immediately. Almost no site preparation is involved. They are lightweight and, because they are fully collapsible, they offer a liquid containment capacity many times larger than their transportable size. Compared to steel tanks, bladder tanks offers significant cost savings in transportation and site preparation and it won’t rust or corrode.
The tanks are constructed from high-strength industrial fabrics and are crafted to the highest production standards in the industry. The durable fabric of the tank always hugs the surface of the contained fluid so only a few square inches of liquid are exposed directly to the air. This is an important feature for fuel storage, as there is virtually no area where water vapour can condense and contaminate the fuel. Likewise, dangerous vapours cannot accumulate, as the tank continuously adjusts itself to whatever volume of liquid is in storage. The improved fuel quality provided by Terra Tank storage results in significant cost savings due to longer fuel life and fewer problems with the equipment using the fuel.
Bladder Tank containers are specifically designed for different types of liquid storage and applications. Bladders can be constructed from fabrics to contain liquids ranging from jet fuel to chemical solutions. All tanks are air pressure tested before shipping, are easy to handle, and fold down for compact, easy storage.
Bladder Tanks come with standard equipment that can be changed to suit customer needs. A full line of accessories are available including bladder berms and liners, ground covers and “Quick Fix” Field Repair Kits.
• 25 gallon to 50,000 gallon
• Materials: 22 oz., 30 oz., PVC, all XR materials, all urethanes including MIL spec
• NSF 61 (potable for drinking water), gray water, black water, diesel fuel, jet fuel, gasoline, chemicals
• Rapidly deployable
• Easily folded, transported, relocated and stored
Valves & Fittings:
A wide array of fittings are available for bladder tanks such as polypropylene, brass and stainless steel ball valves, and 6061-T6 aluminum fittings.