Fiberglass Tank Lining

First practically used during the earlier part of the 1900's, fiberglass reinforced plastic laminates have evolved into today's complex corrosion resistant fiberglass (CR FRP) and abrasion resistant fiberglass (AR FRP) composite systems. In the tank industry, these sophisticated composite vessels now equal, and in certain environments, surpass stainless steel and other thermoset plastic vessels for the containment of many corrosive liquids.

Worn Tank Interior Fiberglass Tank Being Relined by AFTR Newly lined Fiberglass Tank
Interior surface of fiberglass chemical storage tank displaying wear. American Fiberglass Tank Repair field crew lining the fiberglass tank.
Chemical Storage Tank after being lined with new fiberglass corrosion layer.

Often the need may arise to switch the product stored in an existing tank from one liquid product to another. We offer multiple product specific corrosion layer systems, compatible with products or temperature environments a tank may not have been originally designed to contain.

Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCI) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH) are two aggressive chemicals often stored in fiberglass tanks. Each year, we refurbish hundreds of fiberglass tanks in the field used by the water, waste-water and chemical processing industries.

We offer tank lining services for older fiberglass tanks used to store chemicals, petrochemicals, oil based products and waste streams. Many older fiberglass tanks are not compatible with newer chemicals and petrochemicals and can fail when used to store these products.

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Our nationwide field crews provide FRP tank repair services across all US states including: AK (Alaska), AL (Alabama), AR (Arkansas), AZ (Arizona), CA (California), CO (Colorado), CT (Connecticut), DE (Delaware), FL (Florida), GA (Georgia), HI (Hawaii), IA (Iowa), ID (Idaho), IL (Illinois), IN (Indiana), KS (Kansas), KY (Kentucky), LA (Louisiana), MA (Massachusetts), MD (Maryland), ME (Maine), MI (Michigan), MN (Minnesota), MO (Missouri), MS (Mississippi), MT (Montana), NC (North Carolina), ND (North Dakota), NE (Nebraska), NH (New Hampshire), NJ (New Jersey), NM (New Mexico), NV (Nevada), NY (New York), OH (Ohio), OK (Oklahoma), OR (Oregon), PA (Pennsylvania), RI (Rhode Island), SC (South Carolina), SD (South Dakota), TN (Tennessee), TX (Texas), UT (Utah), VA (Virginia), VT (Vermont), WA (Washington), WI (Wisconsin), WV (West Virginia) and WY (Wyoming).