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Stainless Steel Tanks

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Our stainless steel storage tanks are an excellent choice for a variety of applications because they are designed to securely hold both highly corrosive and non-corrosive liquids in a clean and sanitary environment.

Because stainless steel does not react with the contents of the tank, it is used in industries such as food processing, agriculture, and chemical storage.

We provide stainless steel bolted tanks in a variety of capacities and configurations to meet the needs of the project. We can design stainless steel storage silos in addition to stainless steel liquid storage tanks. We can also provide tanks without coating for certain applications.

Industrial Panel Tanks aims to provide a variety of options to its customers in order to meet the diverse needs of each project. When it comes to providing Stainless Steel bolted tanks, we have the ability to provide various Stainless Steel. In terms of appearance, chemical composition, and general properties, both steel grades are comparable. Because each type of steel is naturally corrosion resistant, neither requires a special coating or finish. In contrast, when it comes to the storage of specific liquids and materials, both types of steel serve different purpose.

Are you looking for a stainless steel tank that will meet all of your needs? As a stainless steel tank manufacturer, we guarantee dependable project management from design to installation and commissioning of your tank. Whether you need a 100-liter stainless steel tank, a 3,000-liter stainless steel tank, or a 15,000-HL stainless steel tank, we have it. Convince yourself of the possibilities and various stainless steel containers that we manufacture. We will gladly assist you.

 Storage tanks, dryers, powder silos, sterile tanks, melting tanks, and process tanks are all examples of tanks. Industrial Panel Tanks has years of experience in the food industry and has grown to become a specialist in a variety of industries.

Stainless steel tanks are available in a variety of sizes, shapes, orientations, and grades. They do, however, share one feature: the ability to safely store or process products or liquids! At Industrial Panel Tanks, we provide not only expertise but also years of tank construction experience – we know exactly what will work for your company’s needs. We are happy to design a custom stainless steel tank that is ideal for both safety and efficiency! Allow our engineering team to create your stainless steel tank right away! With an agitator, manhole, thermal plate, cooling, or extra smooth inner walls as options, you are sure to find the right solution for your industry at Industrial Panel Tanks.

Stainless steel tanks are commonly used in food, beverage, dairy, medicine, cosmetics, and other manufacturing processes that require cleanliness and purity. These are also used in industrial plants for storing chemicals and gases where chemical resistance is required. Stainless steel is a type of iron alloy that contains a certain percentage of chromium, which gives the metal corrosion resistance. Corrosion resistance is achieved by depositing a thin layer of metal oxides that acts as a barrier against corrosive materials.

What Makes Stainless Steel Corrosion Resistant?

Stainless steel employs the passivation principle, which causes metals to become passive, or unreactive to oxidation from corrosive compounds in the atmosphere and process fluids. The passive film is a thin coating of metal oxides on the surface of stainless steel.

Stainless steel is mostly ferrous, with a minimum of 10.5% chromium alloyed in. Chromium oxides are the metal oxides that make up the passive film. Carbon, nickel, manganese, and molybdenum are among the alloying elements present. Carbon is the most important alloying element in the production of steel from pure iron. Steel becomes harder and stronger when a certain percentage of this element is present. Nickel and manganese are metallurgical elements that promote an austenitic structure. The austenitic structure of stainless steel prevents heat treatment from hardening it. This allows stainless steel to withstand higher temperatures while retaining mechanical properties such as ductility. Furthermore, austenitic stainless steels are tougher at low temperatures than ferritic stainless steels. It should be noted that manganese has only half the effect of nickel and is typically used as a substitute to produce cheaper grades. In contrast, molybdenum serves the same purpose as chromium. It also improves the material’s corrosion resistance. Because molybdenum has a larger atom than chromium, it is more effective at strengthening steel, especially at higher temperatures. The use of molybdenum has the disadvantage of making stainless steel ferritic, which means it is more brittle. More nickel is added to compensate.