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Introducing the PolyScrub™ Resource Page

Most chemicals stored in polyethylene tanks require venting. In some instances, the harmful fumes emitted from the chemicals can’t be directly released to the atmosphere. Fume scrubbers remove or neutralize the harmful fumes before they exit the system. 

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Topics: Venting, Fittings and Accessories, Tank Design and Materials, Chemical Storage



Crosslinked Polyethylene Storage Solutions For Your Industry: Part 1

Poly Processing tanks are used for water and wastewater treatment applications, but are also found in dozens of industries nationwide. We’re able to work with a wide variety of businesses and organizations that use chemicals to produce goods and products. 

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Topics: Applications, Tank Design and Materials, Chemical Storage



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, installation, and tank longevity.

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Topics: Chemicals, Tank Design and Materials



15,500 IMFO: The Largest True Full Drain Tank of Its Kind

For 50 years, Poly Processing has been the industry leader in chemical storage tank innovation and manufacturing. Poly Processing has recently announced a lineup of six new large 13'- 9" diameter tanks. These tanks include the Vertical Tank, the IMFO® (Integrally Molded Flanged Outlet)Tank and the Sloped-bottom IMFO Tank. These tanks represent the best engineering and design in the tank manufacturing industry, and they are covered under PPC’s industry-leading warranty.

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Topics: News and Customer Stories, Tank Design and Materials



Cost Effective Containment Systems For Your Operations

In the United States, hazardous materials are regulated by the EPA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and Department of Transportation (DOT). Each organization has its own definition of hazardous materials.

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Topics: Tank Design and Materials, Chemical Storage



Storing Oxidizing Chemicals? Extend the Life of Your Tank

Sodium hypochlorite is a chemical used in thousands of applications. As an aggressive oxidizer, it’s critical to limit the opportunity for the chemical to escape the storage tank. If you’re using a polyethylene tank to store oxidizing chemicals, you can multiply the useful life of your chemical storage tank by using an engineered polyethylene antioxidant tank system.

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Topics: Tank Design and Materials



Will Your Chemical Storage Tank Resist Environmental Stress Cracking?

Environmental stress cracking occurs when microscopic cracks form in polyethylene tanks as a result of storing aggressive chemicals. Over time, these imperceptible cracks combine to form larger cracks, which can lead to leaks or even tank failure. If cracks occur, it’s recommended that you replace the polyethylene tank.

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Topics: Value Added, Tank Design and Materials



Is Your Storage Tank Properly Designed for Your Chemical’s Temperature?

When designing your chemical storage tank, it’s vital to consider the chemical you’re storing before any other factor. This information allows the manufacturer to determine what material to use, what types of fittings and accessories are needed, and whether or not the tank needs an antioxidant system or other special considerations.

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Topics: Tank Design and Materials



Poly Processing's Double-wall Storage Tanks

There’s nothing more important than safely storing and handling hazardous chemicals. It’s your top priority to prevent leaks and spills of dangerous materials that can cause harm to employees, the general public, and property.

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Topics: Tank Design and Materials



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