Frac Water, Flowback Water, and Process Fluids Storage
Question: I am interested in fracking tanks that can help me store large amounts of water, frac fluids, and process liquids in my location. I am interested in both brine and flowback water storage. What is the largest size frac tank you have available?
Answer: For bulk storage of frac liquids in your location, a great option would be one of our Flexible Frac Tanks. Offering the largest potential capacity, these flexible units are built to sizes as large as 210,000 gallons. This flexible frac tank can store large amounts of process fluids in your location in tanks that are economical, easy to transport, and robust for the oil field locations.
Flexible Tank Construction & Advantage
When compared to standard frac storage units, the flexible tank can offer many unique advantages that help to increase storage potential and keep costs in your location low. Some common advantages for these tanks include the following:
- Bulk Storage Capacities
(Sizes up to 210,000 gallons or over 5,000 BBL)
- Lower Transportations Costs
- Fast Setup Times
- Folding Exteriors
- Robust Outer Materials
- Multiple Fitting Sizes & Setup Options
- Smaller Footprints
Offering multiple advantages and storage potentials, these flexible frac tanks are an excellent way to store liquids to help with your hydraulic fracturing project.
Additional Storage Options
In addition to the flexible frac tank unit, we also offer a Steel Flowback Tank that can be used store flow back liquids.
Equipped to effectively store these materials, tanks are built with a double wall steel design, novolac epoxy interior lining, and stainless steel fittings. This helps to effectively contain materials without harming or contaminating your site. Features include:
- Double Wall Steel Tanks
- Novolac Epoxy Interior Lining
- Stainless Steel Piping for Pump Out & Fill
- Purge/Flush Liner to Prevent Mineral Build-up
- Access Platform and Thief Hatch
- 100 to 200 BBL Capacities