Because they are lightweight, portable, and highly durable, tanks are more easily transported and set up in remote locations or unusual special requirements than their solid plastic and/or metal counterparts. Local, state, and federal regulations may require secondary containment when fuel bladders are used. Cold Weather Tanks can be built to virtually any size or shape and fitted with a variety of fittings, valves, securing straps, etc.
These tanks are able to be deployed in temperatures to -50 degrees Celsius (-58 degrees Fahrenheit).
- Humanitarian disaster relief
- Agricultural fuel storage
- Large-quantity industrial fuel storage
- Public works
When properly secured and supported, fuel storage bladders can also be used in marine and aviation settings for auxiliary fuel storage.
Tanks are available in a full range of sizes from 50 to 50,000 USG and larger.