Process Tank

Process tanks are containers used in various industries for storing and processing liquids, chemicals, and other materials. These tanks come in various shapes, sizes, and materials, depending on the specific application.

The design of a process tank is critical to its performance, and several factors must be considered, including the type of material being stored, the desired processing temperature, the chemical properties of the material, and the desired level of agitation or mixing.

Process tanks made from materials such as PP/HDPE/FRP (Thermo Plastics) with each material offering specific advantages. The tank may also include additional features such as heating or cooling systems, agitators, and instrumentation for monitoring and controlling the process.

The size of the tank depends on the volume of the material being processed and the required processing time. Large tanks may be required for high-volume production, while smaller tanks may be more appropriate for laboratory-scale experiments.

Maintenance and cleaning of process tanks are essential to ensure their long-term performance and prevent contamination of the materials being processed. Proper cleaning procedures and regular inspections are necessary to identify and address any potential issues that may arise.



  1. Storage: Process tanks provide a safe and convenient way to store liquids, chemicals, and other materials.
  2. Processing: The tanks are designed for processing materials at specific temperatures and chemical properties, providing consistent and reliable results.
  3. Customization: Process tanks can be customized to meet specific application requirements, such as size, shape, and additional features.
  4. Durability: Tanks are made of materials such as stainless steel, fiberglass, and coated carbon steel, which offer excellent resistance to corrosion, high temperatures, and harsh chemicals.
  5. Efficiency: Tanks can be equipped with features such as heating and cooling systems, agitators, and instrumentation for precise monitoring and control, leading to increased efficiency and reduced processing time.
  6. Cost-effective: Process tanks are cost-effective compared to other storage and processing options, making them a popular choice for various industries.
  7. Versatility: Process tanks are suitable for use in various industries such as chemical processing, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and wastewater treatment, among others.


  1. Chemical Processing: Process tanks are commonly used in the chemical industry for storing and processing chemicals, acids, and solvents.
  2. Food and Beverage: Tanks are used in the food and beverage industry for storing and processing ingredients such as milk, juice, and beer.
  3. Pharmaceutical: Process tanks are used in the pharmaceutical industry for storing and processing drugs, medicines, and other pharmaceutical products.
  4. Wastewater Treatment: Tanks are used for storing and treating wastewater in wastewater treatment plants.
  5. Agriculture: Tanks are used in agriculture for storing and processing fertilizers, pesticides, and other agricultural chemicals.
  6. Oil and Gas: Tanks are used in the oil and gas industry for storing and processing crude oil, refined petroleum products, and chemicals used in oil and gas production.