Summary of how the product works:
Pressure vessels and storage tanks play a vital role in engineering applications and various industries, especially in water treatment processes. Unlike common manufacturing materials such as steel and aluminum alloys, the use of fiberglass has proven to overcome several drawbacks. Corrosion is a major issue with metal vessels, and composite materials offer better durability compared to other alternatives. Fiberglass tanks exhibit superior hardness due to their polymer structure when compared to regular metal pressure vessels. Moreover, the manufacturing time is significantly reduced, making them a cost-effective option.
The primary purpose of pressure vessels is to maintain a pressure of 100/150 pounds per square inch and have a long maintenance-free lifespan, along with better corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties.
- Maximum operating pressure of 150 pounds per square inch.
- Available in various sizes from 10 inches to 48 inches in diameter.
- Color: Blue and white.
- High-quality materials.
- Fiber-free interior surface suitable for standard water treatment applications, including scale removal.
- Provides wide chemical resistance and is unaffected by chemical renewals.
- Reinforced continuous fiberglass strands with high-strength epoxy resin.
- Corrosion resistance: With the fundamental properties of FRP products, it offers varying degrees of resistance to acids and alkalis.
- Lightweight and high strength.
- Flame retardant and good insulation.
- The long service life of over 20 years.
- Application: Water treatment, food, acid, and chemical industries.