Where to Find Tank Coating Contractors

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A look at tank coating contractors in the US

Tank coating is a vital part of the protective system of a tank. Both the internal and external walls of a tank require protection; the inside needs to protect what is being stored, as well as protect the tank walls from the corrosive or caustic effects of the cargo, while the outside needs to protect the whole system from the environment. Your tank’s protective layer needs to be flexible, durable, and chosen specifically to suit your needs. Thankfully there are coating companies across the US that provide these services. A selection of national tank coating contractors is shown in the table below.

CompanyCoating ServicesApplicationsAvailability
Rhino LiningsSpray-on elastomeric polyurethane, polyurea, and hybrid solutions.Containment of waste water, oil and gas, petrochemical, potable water, hazardous materials. Impermeable, resistant to corrosion, chemicals, water.There are certified applicators in states across the US.
Unit Liner CompanyOne piece drop-in plating tank liners. Polyurea and polyurea hybrid coatings.Containment of potable water, wastewater, food and beverages. Protects from extremely corrosive and high temp chemicals, acids, and waste fluids, rust, abrasion.US-wide
AmTech Lining and Tank Repair ServicesPolyurea and polyurea-hybrid coatingsContainment of potable water, fire suppression water, wastewater, chemicals, oil, gasoline, fuel and petroleum products. Waterproof and corrosion resistantUS-wide
US Coatings100% solids epoxy and urethane coatings, vinyl, and novolac coatings.Containment of potable water, edible material, pipe linings, truck tankers, cargo tankers and more. Chemical and corrosion resistant.US-wide
Bay Area Tank CoatingsPolycyclamine coating system.Used for water storage, food storage, fuel storage, chemical storage. Chemical and corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance.Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Wyoming
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