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Setting up a new coating applicator in asia

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Ecodur 201 Tank Coating [Video]

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Another Happy Tank

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Then and Now: The History of Storage Tank Systems

The means to store hazardous liquids significantly changed since August 1859, when the first oil well gusher erupted in a small town in Titusville, Pennsylvania. The visionaries who funded and developed the oilrig and drill firmly believed that “rock oil” would provide an excellent source of energy for illuminating buildings. It did so for several [...]

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You know you had a long week when…

….storage tanks start to look like beer cans. Hope you had a good week! Photos courtesy of JJFlash229 and Silly America.   Tatsuya Nakagawa Tatsuya Nakagawa is the VP of Marketing and co-founder of Castagra Products, a storage tank and wastewater coatings manufacturing company that is highly acclaimed for its sustainable coatings, cold weather tank [...]

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Coating big tanks in the bakken – Ecodur 201

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Then: Gas Storage Tanks; Now: Home

The gasometers are four gigantic cylindrical gas tanks that were built as part of Vienna’s municipal gas works, Gaswerk Simmering, in 1896. These gas tanks are enclosed by a red brick façade, each standing approximately 230 feet tall, 197 feet in diameter, and once had a storage capacity of over 3 million cubic feet. Coal [...]

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Ecodur 201 Tank Coating Infographic

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Happy Earth Day! Sustainability Tips for the Storage Tank Industry

Earth Day is an annual day on which events are held worldwide to promote and support environmental issues that face our world today. We took this opportunity to ask our collegues in the Storage Tank industry about their sustainability tips and this is what they shared with us. Feel free to send us a tip [...]

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The Top Oil and Gas Trends in the Bakken

The Bakken shale formation has long been recognized as a major source of oil; covering about 200,000 square miles of the subsurface of the Williston Basin, underlying parts of Montana, Saskatchewan and North Dakota.   Due to technical limitations in the past several years, it has only been until fairly recently (2008) that significant amount [...]

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