Engineered Storage Products Co. Announces Line of Composite Elevated Tanks

April 15, 2010
CETs constructed using glass-fused-to-steel technology

Engineered Storage Products Co., the manufacturer of Aquastore glass-fused-to-steel water storage tanks, announced its line of composite elevated tanks (CETs) to the elevated water storage market.

Aquastore CETs are constructed using glass-fused-to-steel technology--a porcelain enamel coating process that fuses steel with glass frit at 1,500°F in a controlled furnace. Aquastore tank panels require no coating or welding in the field and never need to be re-painted over the life cycle of the tank. This makes for a faster construction time and less risk of hazardous chemicals emitted into the surrounding environment.

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Source: Engineered Storage Products Co.

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