03/01/2019 · 1:30pm
Accenting the horizon of western Texas, this impressive array of bolted RTP (Rolled, Tapered Panel) silos serve as frac sand storage.
This beautifully constructed bolted RTP (Rolled, Tapered Panel) silo, built in partnership with McMahon Services Australia and Ammermann Partners, stores 3,000 This beautifully constructed bolted RTP (Rolled, Tapered Panel) silo, built in partnership with McMahon Services Australia, stores 3,000 metric tons of cement and serves the local Australian market.
Tank Connection’s bolted RTP (Rolled, Tapered, Panel) silos feature reliable product flow, and remarkable coating toughness. Bolted RTP designs provide the freedom of diverse configuration and accessory options.
Stainless steel bolted RTP + aluminum dome storage for food processing applications
These bolted RTP limestone storage silos serve as kiln feed storage for cement production.
This Bolted RTP potable water storage tank blends into the brilliant green New Zealand landscape. It features a special coated aluminum geodesic dome provided by APEX Domes.
Tank Connection leads the industry in liquid contain solutions, with superior coating technology, versatile design, expert engineering, and industry experience.
This large bolted RTP silo stores dry, free-flowing cement. It sits upon an enclosed structural steel and cement elevated platform, and can withstand hurricane force winds.
Tank Connection bolted RTP design selected to be installed at the world’s largest copper-producing mine.
Tank Connection's Bolted RTP silo serves as the centerpiece of this large cement terminal facility in Melbourne, Australia.
Tank Connection was chosen for this massive water storage facility in Singapore. The project features 13 water storage tanks for reverse osmosis flush/feed applications. Five of these tanks are 135.39 feet (41.27 m) in diameter by 46.08 feet (14.05 m) in height, with a capacity of 4,755,096.9 gal (18,000 cubic meters) each, and feature aluminum geodesic dome covers.
For potable water, wastewater, fire protection and industrial liquids, Tank Connection offers unlimited configurations in bolted tank construction from ground reservoirs to elevated water tanks. Standard liquid tank capacities range from 25,000 to 8,000,000 gallons. In all cases, RTP tank construction outperforms all other types of bolted tank construction through its superior design, proprietary coating systems and safe field installation processes.
Tank Connection's state-of-the-art, corrosion resistant aluminum domes are virtually maintenance free and backed by a two-year warranty. Our domes are all-aluminum with proprietary design and components, superior aesthetics, and unmatched performance.
Tank Connection offers the top-rated bolted RTP tank design for fire protection water storage applications. Designed specifically for water reserve tank requirements, our proprietary tank design and powder coating system has long life, low maintenance and is the only design recognized as a replacement for field-weld tank construction.
Tank Connection partnered with Akzo Nobel to meet and exceed durability requirements for storage tank interior and exterior coatings. Our state-of-the art, fusion powder coating process is over twice the length of a football field with over 110 application processes.
When you compare the facts, review product history, and analyze the process, Tank Connection's proprietary LIQ Fusion 7000 FBE™ proves to be a stronger system than traditional, outdated glass/vitreous enamel.
We design, manufacture and field install our patented poster series, composite pedestal, multi-column, standpipe and steel water tanks for municipal water storage.
Easily find the dry bulk hopper capacity you require for your bolted RTP, XL bolted RTP or shop weld project. The scales are determined by diameter, eave hight, 45 degree hopper working capacity and 60 degree hopper working capacity.
Tank Connection is the leading bolted tank manufacturer for factory coated bolted storage tanks and aluminum bulk storage covers for dry bulk storage applications. Tank Connection dry bulk storage solutions include superior engineered tank, hopper and aluminum cover designs, unmatched coating technology, and golden rule of customer service.
In dry bulk storage, we are the industry leader for large bulk storage facilities in North America.
Tank Connection provides the best performance coating system available for water storage.
When specifying liquid tanks for municipal, industrial, and agricultural projects, it is important to not only understand the design specifics, but also the coating requirements.
Not only does Tank Connection offer the premier bolted tank, Tank Connection also designs, manufactures, and installs aluminum geodesic domes.
Apex Domes represents the pinnacle of precision designed aluminum covers. These advanced design innovations have evolved from the most experienced engineering department in the industry. Apex Domes ISO 9001 Certified facilities utilize cutting-edge 3D computer modeling technology and state-of-the-art fabrication equipment.
Tank Connection offers all types of “functional mass flow” storage systems available for the storage of dry bulk materials. Based on a sample of your material tested on a Jenike Shear Tester, Tank Connection can design a “functional mass flow” storage system that will provide consistent, reliable performance in the field. Tank Connection backs it with a performance guarantee.
Tank Connection construction crews installed this Barge-to-Truck transloading terminal with a 127’ tall by 41.5’ diameter RTP bolted Cement Storage Silo to store and transfer cement from ocean barges. Tank Connection also designed, supplied and installed the pneumatic conveying piping and the unloading system.
The two, bolted RTP (rolled, tapered panel) tanks, topped with aluminum geodesic dome covers, measure 148 feet diameter by 44 feet tall with a capacity of over 5.3 million gallons. These tanks are instrumental in the water supply of Sao Paulo, Brazil and will add over 40,000 m3 in needed storage capacity a year.
Biothane was selected for construction of a wastewater facility in support of a distillery in St. Croix. The large digesters utilize a base setting ring (BSR) design and are fitted with a floating membrane cover. The effluent buffer tank utilizes a BSR and is designed to accept a double “gas holder” membrane cover. Equalization tank utilizes BSR design and is open top. Post aeration tank utilizes BSR design and steel pressure deck design supplied by Tank Connection.
Tank Connection construction crews battled through the mighty trade winds of Aruba and successfully installed a Barge-to-Truck transloading terminal with a 133’ tall by 42’ diameter Tank Connection RTP bolted Cement Storage Silo at the Barcadera Port in Aruba.
Tank Connection was chosen for this bolted RTP (rolled, tapered panel) construction tank that has a capacity of over 170,000 gallons for fire protection water usage in Texas.
This is the first tank that Tank Connection utilized this style of rafter ring. The rafter ring was designed to set within 1 inch of the grating level per customer request. In addition, the nozzles were designed to protrude through the platforms to give the customer access to bolt the piping to the flanges. This was a special request by our customer, and they were very happy with the result.
Tank Connection was selected to design, manufacture and install a turnkey package for over 4 million gallons of frac water storage. The customer owns and operates their own oil and gas wells and contacted Tank Connection to assist in finding the most economical storage solution for their frac sand operation.
This state of the art facility consists of (6) 2000 MT silos with a total operating storage capacity of 8,000 cubic meters. Unique to this facility is the support for both rail and truck material receiving.
This power facility required a pebble lime silo, recycle ash silo and two welded well water tanks for their scrubber and baghouse project. Our pebble lime silo included multiple interior equipment levels, stairs, platforms, entryways, and extensive shell penetrations for customer piping and equipment.
There are several geometry constraints in the design of an aluminum dome roof. The first constraint is the physical geometry. It would be ideal for a dome roof to have all of the beams the same length and all of the panels the same size. This would make design, manufacturing and construction simple.