Fiberglass Tank Nozzle Repair

FRP Tank Nozzle Repair & Replacement

AFTR Removing Fiberglass Tank Nozzle AFTR Installing a Fiberglass Tank Nozzle Fiberglass Tank Nozzle Coating
REPLACING AN FRP TANK NOZZLE
Our crews remove the old FRP nozzle and prepare the existing entry port for the new nozzle. If there has been no previous nozzle or a nozzle of a different size is being replaced, a new tank body port is created, sealing the internal area from the structural laminated body of the tank. This preventative measure helps to prevent weeping of stored product into and between the fiberglass layers of the tank.
INSTALLATION A NEW FRP TANK NOZZLE
The new nozzle, which has been pre-fabricated and installed as an integrated unit or as a permeation assembly and separation flange, is laminated into the tank to make it integral with the tank's shell and its interior corrosion lining. Both the nozzle materials and the materials used to install the nozzle assembly are specific for use with the specified product to be stored and anticipated temperature of that product. This insures an extended nozzle service life.
SANDING, PREP AND EXTERIOR COATING
Once the new nozzle assembly is installed, the tank shell exterior is made ready to be coated. Depending on the tank placement, exterior coatings may include aliphatic compounds for UV protection.


Examples of Our Fiberglass Nozzle Repairs

ALIGNING A NEW FLANGE TO EXISTING PIPING
Many times a replacement nozzle must be installed to work with existing piping. Our technicians can position the new nozzle into alignment with that piping.

 
Sodium Hydroxide Weeping Through Tank Wall At Piping Permeation
Sodium Hydroxide Weeping Through Tank Wall At Piping Permeation

This picture shows a tank at a water treatment plant that has containment failure and is in need of a tank repair.

One of the most aggressive chemicals handled in Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) vessels is Sodium Hypochlorite. Choosing the optimum resin, cure method, surfacing veil, and laminate system details are essential in extending a repaired FRP tank's service life.

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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).