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Bouldin Named VP of Tanknology’s International Division

2022-06-17T08:51:34-05:00Thu, Jun 16 2022|

Austin, TX – Tanknology Inc., the world’s largest provider of environmental compliance testing and inspection services, announced today that Chris Bouldin has been named the Vice President of Tanknology’s International Division.

In this capacity, Bouldin will be responsible for the day-to-day management of Tanknology’s International Division, including licensee recruitment and ongoing technical support for the company’s 21 international licensees. Bouldin, formerly the Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications for Tanknology, will remain responsible for the company’s marketing efforts, both domestic and international.

A 15-year veteran of the industry, Bouldin began his career as the Program Director for the Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI), a 1,500-member international trade association comprised of manufacturers and distributors of equipment used in the fuel and fluid handling industry.

Tanknology CEO Allen Porter said Bouldin’s marketing expertise and extensive knowledge of the petroleum industry will make him a valuable addition to Tanknology’s worldwide sales and marketing efforts.

“As we continue to grow our International Division and increase the number of licensees, we are extremely pleased to have Chris lead the division,” said Porter. “Since coming to Tanknology, he has proven to be an intelligent, strategic thinker contributing mightily to the leadership team. We are excited to have someone with this experience and skill set lead the International Division and assist our licensee partners in their geographic markets.”

Based in the company’s Austin, Texas headquarters, Bouldin can be reached at (800) 964-0150 or at cbouldin@tanknology.com.

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-06-03T13:54:28-05:00Tue, Jun 14 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Southeast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 12,000-gallon fiberglass tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The tank held mid-grade unleaded.

The TankCam inspection showed corrosion in the ATG riser, STP and on the ball float. The inspection also showed resin peeling at the tank top, around the bungs and exposed tank fibers near a seam on the tank side wall. Blisters were found on the side walls and end domes. Sludge, sediment and water were visible through the product at the tank bottom.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-06-15T15:02:04-05:00Tue, Jun 7 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Southeast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 12,000-gallon steel tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The tank held diesel.

The TankCam inspection showed liquid dripping from the tank top around the STP. Oxidation and corrosion were found throughout tank and corrosion tubercles were found on the tank top. The bottom of the tank was obscured by product, but some sludge could be seen.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-05-31T13:11:03-05:00Tue, May 31 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Southeast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 8,000-gallon fiberglass tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The tank held regular unleaded.

The TankCam inspection showed considerable peeling and flaking at tank top and upper portion of side walls. Tank fibers were visible in some areas on tank side walls. The tank also contained product that partially obscured the tank bottom.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

Charlie Karling Named Regional Sales Manager

2022-05-25T11:21:18-05:00Tue, May 24 2022|

Austin, TX – Tanknology Inc. announced today that Charlie Karling has been named a Regional Sales Manager covering 11 states in the central United States. In this capacity, Karling will be responsible for the client relations in Michigan, Ohio Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana and part of Pennsylvania.

With nearly 7 years in the industry, Karling has served Tanknology as an Inside Sales Representative in the Ohio Valley Region since 2016.

Karling attended the University of Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Marketing with a minor in Communications. Prior to Tanknology, he worked for 3M Cogent Systems, a developer of biometric identification solutions.

“Charlie has proven to have a solid understanding of the market’s needs, environmental regualtions and has demonstrated a track record of success,” said Allen Porter, Tanknology President and CEO. “Charlies’s customer-centric attitude fits with Tanknology’s mission, and in his new role he will be a tremendous asset to our organization.”

Karling will be based in Tanknology’s Columbus, Ohio office and can be reached at (614) 436-4226 or via email at ckarling@tanknology.com.

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-05-09T13:08:59-05:00Tue, May 24 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Southeast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 4,000-gallon steel tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The customer also requested a TankClean Remote Video UST Cleaning.

The TankCam inspection showed a considerable amount of sludge built up within the tank and oxidation along tank bottom and tank side walls. After the TankClean Remote Video UST Cleaning, the tank was returned to service.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-05-09T12:58:15-05:00Tue, May 17 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Gulf Coast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 6,000 gallon steel tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The tank super unleaded.

The TankCam inspection showed water ingress on the tank bottom near the striker plate along with puddles of liquid. Oxidation was seen along the tank side walls and tank top and corrosion was found on the tank top. Sludge, dirt and debris were visible on the tank bottom. The inspection also showed deflection within the tank.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-05-24T08:27:46-05:00Tue, May 10 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Gulf Coast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 12,000 gallon fiberglass tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The tank held regular unleaded.

The TankCam inspection showed peeling of resin and tank material at the tank top. The inspection also showed multiple visible water ingress locations on the tank side wall.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-04-29T14:47:21-05:00Tue, May 3 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Southeast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 12,000-gallon steel tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The customer also requested a TankClean Remote Video UST Cleaning.

The TankCam inspection revealed considerable sludge buildup on the bottom of the tank and oxidation throughout. After the TankClean Remote Video UST Cleaning, the TankCam shows that the sludge had been removed and the tank was clean and was ready to be put back into service.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

Tank Trouble Tuesday

2022-03-29T11:44:44-05:00Tue, Apr 26 2022|

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Midwest region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 8,000 gallon steel tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The tank held diesel.

The TankCam inspection showed that the tank bottom contained a build-up of sludge and residual liquid. An area at the top of an endcap and a seam on the tank appeared to be deflected or bent. Oxidation was observed throughout the tank.

TankCam® video inspection services from Tanknology help you detect UST problems with no need for excavation or manned entry. TankCam is patent pending.

 

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