Precisioneering DKG | Products - Tanks
Precisioneering’s vertical, flat bottom, dished top, design is the most economical FRP closed tank design. It is primarily used for containing a corrosive liquid or a food product that must be protected from contamination. Fiberglass tanks are also used as a cost effective alternative to stainless steel tanks.

Precisioneering’s team has designed and manufactured tanks of various sizes, shapes, and for a variety of services.
Below are examples of some of the types of tanks developed:

• Horizontal tanks with steel saddles
• Horizontal tanks supported on concrete saddles by others
• Flat top tanks with stiffening ribs outside [or inside]
• Tanks on legs
• Sloped bottom tanks to fit on a sloped base
• Internal sloped bottom tanks
• Large diameter vessels designed for full vacuum
• Patucha and slurry tanks with abrasion-resistant lining
• Pulp bleach retention towers 10.5 ft. diameter x 110 ft. high
• Steam cured FDA approved tanks for the food industry
• Process vessels for the chemical industry


• High Strength Tension Rings
• Hinged Manways
• Head Nozzles Extend Through Tops
• High Strength Steel Lift Lugs
• Pyramid Gussets
• 150 PSI Rated Spuncast Flanges
• Dual Laminate FRP for extremely corrosive applications
• Silica Carbide coating for abrasion resistance
• Seamless Walls
• Nameplates
• Side Entry Manways are 10 PSI Minimum. See vents & accessories
• Sightglass with Calibration Strip. See vents & accessories
• Galvanized Hold Down Lugs
• Continuous Corners
• Quick Opening Precisioneering 600GPM Strainers
• FRP Ladder with FRP Cage. See vents & accessories


Precisioneering’s proprietary computer program inputs current material and labour costs and alternative manufacturing methods to cost FRP Tanks manufactured to industry standards. The program develops costs for up to 10 different variations for a given volume.

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