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Introducing the Largest Cross-linked Polyethylene Tanks in the Industry

For nearly 50 years, Poly Processing has been the industry leader in chemical storage tank manufacturing. But until now, our customers were limited to tanks that were 13,650 gallons and that was from a single manufacturing facility. 

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Topics: News and Customer Stories, Tank Design and Materials



The Latest Advances in Removing PFAS from Water

PFAS has made headlines recently and caused concern because these compounds have been detected in drinking water supplies across the country. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry has determined that PFAS accumulation in the human body can have adverse health effects, and in response, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has set a drinking water lifetime health advisory limit of 70 parts per trillion (ppt) for PFOA and PFOS. These are some of the lowest limits ever established for a contaminant.

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Topics: Applications



The Best Tanks For Storing Corrosive Chemicals


Whether you’re an engineer writing a spec for a chemical storage system, or an end-user who is looking for the best way to store corrosive chemicals, there are multiple factors that go into creating a safe storage system. Cost might be your first consideration, but there is more to consider than the initial price of the tank, its fittings and accessories, delivery, and installation.

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Topics: Chemicals, Tank Design and Materials



What You Need to Know Before WEFTEC 2019

We are pleased to share that we will be attending WEFTEC® September 23-25, 2019 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, Booth #4241. Before we get ready to take off to the world’s largest annual water quality technical conference and exhibition, we want to help you prepare to attend too. 

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Topics: News and Customer Stories



The Right Fill Line Gives You a More Efficient Tank Fill

When you’re filling your chemical storage tank, it is important to ensure the safety of employees and equipment and to prevent loss of product. A fill line helps prevent spills while making it easy and efficient to fill the tank.

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Topics: Fittings and Accessories



What’s the Best Full-Drain Tank on the Market?

If you aren’t completely draining your chemical storage tanks, then you aren’t properly storing chemicals. Regular tank maintenance and cleaning schedules must include a full drain of your chemical tanks. Otherwise, you risk contaminating new batches.

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Topics: Tank Design and Materials



Which Tank Mixing System Is Right for Your Chemical Tank?

Many industrial chemical applications involve mixing to create a different product, keep chemicals in suspension, for wastewater treatment purposes, or to dilute the chemical. Polyethylene tanks are well-equipped to handle that type of process, as most chemicals being mixed can be safely combined. There are two basic types of mixing systems that our tanks use—mechanical mixers and pumps.

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Topics: Fittings and Accessories



Polyethylene vs. Steel Storage Tanks: What's the best choice?

When it comes to choosing a chemical storage solution, you won’t find a more aesthetic option than stainless steel tanks. Steel tanks are popular in breweries and other applications where they’re on public display. The tanks look shiny and clean, and they contribute to the interior design of the space. Steel tanks also have a reputation for being one of the most reliable chemical storage systems on the market.

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Topics: Tank Design and Materials



[Featured] ESE Magazine: Is Your Chemical Tank Manufacturer NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 System Certified?

Are you familiar with the latest updates to the NSF/ANSI 61 standards? We cover everything you need to know in our article featured in the June 2019 edition of Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine.

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Topics: Certifications and Standards



Do You Know Your Storage Tank’s Chemical Compatibility?

If you’re storing hazardous fluids such as corrosive acids, bases or aggressively oxidizing chemicals, you need to be confident that your chemical storage tank can meet your expectations for years. You can’t afford to invest in a system, only to discover a year later that your tank isn’t compatible with the chemicals you’re using. That’s a loss of product, time, and money—and it could put your people, equipment and environment at risk, as well.

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Topics: Value Added