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    • The Five Basic Types of Water Tanks
      • 1 . Leg Tank/Multi-Column
      • a ) Double Ellipsoidal
      • b ) Torus Bottom
      • 2 . Pedesphere/Waterspheroid (single pedestal)
      • 3 . Fluted Column/Hydropillar (single pedestal)
      • 4 . Composite ( single pedestal)
      • 5 . Ground Storage Tank/Flat Bottom
      • a ) Reservoir
      • b ) Standpipe
    • Leg/Multi-Column
      • 1. Double Ellipsoidal (DE)- Smaller sized leg tanks (50,000 to 150,000 gallons) are referred to as DE’s. This term means the roof to side shell connection is ellipsoidal and the bottom to side shell connection is also ellipsoidal, hence double ellipsoidal.
      • Torus Bottom (TB) - Larger sized leg tanks (200,000
      • gallon and larger) have a torus bottom shape to them,
      • hence they are commonly referred to as TB’s.
    • Double Ellipsoidal (DE)
    • Double Ellipsoidal (DE)
      • Riser transcends directly
      • into the bottom of the tank “bowl”
    • Sanderson Farms Elevated Tank Moultrie, GA
      • Year: 2005
      • Owner: Sanderson Farms
      • Fabricator: Phoenix Tank
      • Engineer: Charles Clark & Associates
      • Paint Contractor: Phoenix Tank
      • Size & Style: 250,000 Gallon , Elevated Leg Tank
      • Products Used: PE-54 Epoxy, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel
    • Torus Bottom (TB)
      • • Has cone transition from
      • riser to bottom of tank
      • • Helps distribute loads
      • better which yields a
      • lighter structure
      Torus Bottom (TB)
    • Long Creek Water Association Meridian, MS
    • Long Creek Water Association Meridian, MS
      • Year: 2005
      • Owner: Long Creek Water Association
      • Fabricator: Phoenix Tank
      • Engineer: AES
      • Paint Contractor: Phoenix Tank
      • Size & Style: 300,000 Gallon, Elevated Leg Tank
      • Products Used: PE-54 Epoxy, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel
    • East Coweta County Coweta County, GA
    • East Coweta County Coweta County, GA
      • Year: 2004
      • Owner: Coweta County, GA
      • Fabricator: Caldwell Tanks, Inc.
      • Engineer: Stevenson & Palmer
      • Paint Contractor: Ridgerunner Painting
      • Size & Style: 1 Million Gallon, Elevated Leg Tank
      • Products Used: PE-54 Epoxy, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel, Indurethane 5000 Clear Coat
    • Ped/Spheroid
    • Ped/Spheroid
      • These are the types of tanks that
      • look like golf balls on a tee or hot
      • air balloons
      • More modern design with sleeker
      • lines. Aesthetically pleasing
      • Ladders are self contained
      • Base cone storage for pumps/piping
    • Mississippi Valley State University Itta Bena, MS
    • Mississippi Valley State University Itta Bena, MS
      • Year: 2005
      • Owner: Mississippi Valley State University
      • Fabricator: CB&I
      • Engineer: W.L. Burle Engineers
      • Paint Contractor: Ridgerunner Painting
      • Size & Style: 600,000 Gallon Spheroid
      • Products Used: PE-54 Epoxy, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel, Indurethane 5000 Clear Coat
    • Corridor X Elevated Water Storage Tank Winfield, AL
    • Corridor X Elevated Water Storage Tank Winfield, AL
      • Year: 2003
      • Owner: City of Winfield, AL
      • Fabricator: Caldwell Tanks
      • Engineer: Hendon Engineering
      • Paint Contractor: Ridgerunner Painting
      • Size & Style: 500,000 Gallon, Spheroid
      • Products Used: PE-54 Epoxy, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel
    • Bevill State University Elevated Storage Tank Sumiton, AL
    • Bevill State University Elevated Storage Tank Sumiton, AL
      • Year: 2003
      • Owner: City of Sumiton, AL
      • Fabricator: Caldwell Tanks
      • Engineer: Nelson Engineering
      • Paint Contractor: Ridgerunner Painting
      • Size & Style: 400,000 Gallon, Spheroid
      • Products Used: PE-54 Epoxy, Ruff Stuff 3300, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel, Indurethane 5000 Clear Coat
    • Fluted Column/Hydropillar
    • Fluted Column/Hydropillar
      • Better/more economical design for
      • 1.5 million gallon and above
      • Use Pedestal/shaft for storage
      • Overhead door
      • Ladders are self contained
    • Interstate 20 Elevated Tank Pearl, MS
    • Interstate 20 Elevated Tank Pearl, MS
      • Year: 2004
      • Owner: City of Pearl, MS
      • Fabricator: CB&I
      • Engineer: Engineering Associates/Pickering
      • Paint Contractor: CB&I
      • Size & Style: 1 Million Gallon, Hydropillar
      • Products Used: Z-REP 56, PE-54 Epoxy, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel, Indurethane 5000 Clear Coat
    • Refuge Golf Course Elevated Tank Flowood, MS
    • Refuge Golf Course Elevated Tank Flowood, MS
      • Year: 2004
      • Owner: City of Flowood, MS
      • Fabricator: CB&I
      • Engineer: Warnock & Associates
      • Paint Contractor: Worldwide Painting
      • Size & Style: 750,000 Gallon , Hydropillar
      • Products Used: PE-54 Epoxy, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel, Indurethane 5000 Clear Coat
    • Village Creek Elevated Water Storage Tank Jefferson County, AL
    • Village Creek Elevated Water Storage Tank Jefferson County, AL
      • Year: 2003
      • Owner: Jefferson County, AL
      • Fabricator: CB&I
      • Engineer: Gary Owen & Associates
      • Paint Contractor: CB&I
      • Size & Style: 3 Million Gallon, Hydropillar
      • Products Used: Ruff Stuff 3300, Armorguard P-14 Primer, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel, Indurethane 5000 Clear Coat
      • Awards: Steel Plate Fabricators Elevated Storage Tank of the Year 2003
    • Composite
    • Composite
      • Relatively newer style
      • Very similar to the Fluted
      • Column/ Hydropillar
      • Concrete support pedestal in lieu of steel
      • Concrete shaft/pedestal=
      • less surface area to paint
      • Use pedestal for storage
      • Overhead door
      • Ladders are self-contained
    • Phil Campbell Elevated Water Storage Tank Phil Campbell, AL
    • Phil Campbell Elevated Water Storage Tank Phil Campbell, AL • Year: 2004 • Owner: City of Phil Campbell, AL • Fabricator: Caldwell Tanks • Engineer: Price, Rider & Mullins • Paint Contractor: R&R Painting • Size & Style: 500,000 Gallon, Composite Elevated Tank • Products Used: Ruff Stuff 3300, Armorguard P-14 Epoxy Primer, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel
    •  
    • Ground Storage Tank
      • Two Main Distinctive Categories:
      • 1. Reservoir-Diameter of tank is greater than its height
      • 2. Standpipe-Height of tank is greater than its diameter
      • Also be cognizant of roof design options (dome, ellipsoidal, cone, etc….)
      • Check with the different tank manufacturers for specifics
    • Reservoir
    • Liberty Hill Tank Huntsville, AL
      • Year: 2004
      • Owner: Huntsville Utilities
      • Fabricator: Fisher Tank Company
      • Engineer: Huntsville Utilities
      • Paint Contractor: Worldwide Painting
      • Size & Style: 5 Million Gallon, Ground Reservoir
      • Products Used: Ruff Stuff 3300, Armorguard P-14 Primer, Armorguard Epoxy, Indurethane 5500 Enamel
      • Awards: Steel Plate Fabricators Ground Storage Tank of the Year 2004
    • Standpipe
    • Gulfport-Biloxi Regional Airport
      • Year: 2008
      • Owner: Gulfport-Biloxi Regional Airport
      • Fabricator: Fisher Tanks Company
      • Engineer: LPA Group
      • Paint Contractor: Fisher Tank Company
      • Size and Style: 330,890 gal Standpipe w/ a 45 degree angle roof
      • Products Used: PE-70, Armorguard, Indurethane 5500 and Indurethane 6700 Flat Urethane
      • Awards: Steel Plate Fabricators Ground Storage Tank of the Year 2008
    • Corrosion – A natural electro-chemical activity where a processed compound of materials (steel) returns to its lowest possible energy state (iron oxide).
    •  
    • Corrosion Occurs Through the Action of an Electrochemical Cell Four Elements: 1 . Anode 2 . Cathode 3 . Metallic Path 4 . Electrolyte
    • Protective Coatings
    • Coatings Provide Corrosion Protection in Two Different Ways: 1 . Barrier Protection– Inhibit the corrosion process by eliminating the presence of electrolyte (most paint films) 2 . Galvanic Protection– Sacrificial or cathodic protection (zinc-rich primer)
    • Surface Preparation is vital in cleaning the surface of all contaminants and it also provides a profile for the paint film to anchor into (i.e.– good adhesion).
    • Paint Consists of Three Main Components: 1 . Resin 2 . Pigment 3 . Solvent
    • Generic Coating Types Typically Used in the Water Tank Industry: 1. Epoxy (Two Component) – Used for primer, intermediate and interior immersion – Hard, abrasive resistant – Chalk & fade when exposed to ultraviolet light 2. Zinc (Two Component) – Used for primer on interior or exterior – Galvanic/sacrificial properties 3. Polyurethanes (Two Component) – Used for exterior of tanks. – Strong color/gloss retention performance
    • Generic Coating Types Typically Used in the Water Tank Industry: (continued) 4. Acrylics (One Component) – Used for exterior repainting/overcoating existing tanks – Good adhesion properties – Imposes least amount of stress to older paint 5. Aluminum Alkyds (One Component) – Used for exterior repainting/overcoating existing tanks – Still some of these tanks around (Older tanks) – Utilizes aluminum flake pigment – Has “chrome”appearance to it
    • Aluminum
    • Interior System for a New Water Tank: Surface Preparation– SSPC-SP10 (Near White Blast Cleaning) One Coat System Field Applied: 1 . 100% Solids Ceramic Epoxy a) Stripe Coat/Seam Treatment applied wet on wet
      • Shop Prime: None Required.
      • First Coat: Apply one coat of Perma-Clean 100 Ceramic Epoxy to achieve 25.0-30.0 dry mils. Color: Pool Blue
      • Seam Treatment/Stripe Coat: Simultaneously with first coat, all weld seams, ladders, sharp edges, and any other difficult to coat areas shall receive one coat of Induron Perma-Clean 100 Ceramic Epoxy applied, by brush, at a rate to achieve 2.0 - 10.0 dry mils. Color: Pool Blue
      Interior System
    • Seam Treatment/Stripe Coat
    • Exterior System for a New Water Tank: Surface Preparation– SSPC-SP6 (Commercial Blast Cleaning) Three Coat System: 1 . Primer– Zinc or Epoxy 2 . Intermediate– Epoxy 3 . Finish– Polyurethane a) Clear coat optional
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    • Specify Induron as a Standard of Quality for your Water Tank Projects – High Performance products – Strong and virtuous family-owned company – Conscientious and professional personnel – Focused and committed to the water industry – Unmatched service and support for your projects
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