Flexible Frac Tank
Question: I'm interested in learning more about a 50,000 gallon flexible frac tank. I am currently setting up a fracking job and am in looking into alternative storage methods. Can your frac tank hold up in a cold temperatures and can it be hooked up to piping?
Answer: The Flexible Frac Tank is economical solution for large capacity frac water storage. With a capacity of 50,000 gallons, your tank will be able to contain the equivalent of 1,190 BBL. That is the size of two standard steel frac tanks! With these flexible units, storage and shipping costs can be lowered.
Frac Tank Features
All collapsible tanks are extremely capable of handling a wide range of temperatures. Especially when dealing with a frac storage unit, tanks fabrics have been chosen based on durability and strength.
This means they are not only strong enough to handle large storage capacities, but also well equipped to operate in temperatures as low as -58 degrees F.
Because frac tanks are commonly built based on specific storage requirements, the range of fittings that can be added to your unit are nearly endless. As a standard, most frac tanks will feature the following:
- Ball Valves
- Threaded Fittings for Hoses
- Pressure Relief Vents
For flexible frac tanks, clean out ports are also often added to help ease the disposal and clean out process.
50,000 Gallon Flexible Frac Tank Advantages
In addition to offering a larger available storage tank capacity than its steel counterpart, the flexible frac tank can also provide several additional advantages including the following:
- Lower Shipping Costs (Ship several tanks in the same truck)
- Easy Setup (Foldable and flat when empty for fast installation)
- Reliable Hose Connections
- Reduced Heating Costs (Retains 50% more heat than steel units)
- Equipped for Extreme Temperatures (As low as -58 degrees F and as high as 180 degrees F)