Openings in a slurry tank are important to accommodate inlets, outlets or through the wall mixers. Man-ways allow maintenance workers to enter the tank in order to carry out any essential works. This means that they need to be large enough for a person or machine to enter into.
Tank Openings or roof hatches also allow access and are usually positioned on top of tanks in order to offer safe entry points for maintenance workers who must frequently work with this type of equipment. Service openings and manway access can be discussed prior to roof installation to ensure the rights access is available.
PE Liners are used to protect the slurry tank from corrosion. They are also used as a layer between the metal and fluid because they help minimize contact with each other which will not only reduce wear but also ensure that material is not lost due to leakage or corrosion.
Platforms & Ladders
In order to carry out the required maintenance and upkeep for your slurry tank, platforms and ladders are necessary additions. We can install ladders and platforms using galvanized steel or other corrosion-resistant material. Which are mounted using brackets that are anchored in the solid concrete wall.
There are a number of ancillaries and features you can add to your slurry tank, such as mixers, openings, man-ways, hatches and PE-liners. You may also want to consider the use of slurry pumps or other accessories that will help make it easier for staff to work with your tank. If you’re looking for a slurry tank – or any ancillary equipment – we can help. We’ve got the products, and we know how to utilise them to benefit your farm operation.
Contact us today to find out more about these features of our tanks!