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Tank Trouble Tuesday2021-01-11T21:57:19-06:00

Tank Trouble Tuesday

Feb 202024

 

A fueling facility in Tanknology’s Southeast region requested a TankCam® inspection of a 4,000 gallon fiberglass tank to inspect for undesirable conditions or abnormal operating conditions. The tank held water.

The TankCam inspection revealed that the upper tank walls had been partially cleaned. The inspection showed no obvious penetrations, cracks or points of
ingress but showed that the tank bottom was covered with a dark liquid that obscured the view of the actual tank surface.

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

 

Feb 132024

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 regular unleaded.

The TankCam inspection showed the tank bottom exhibited a build-up of sediment and debris, including a broken drop tube and several pieces of
the broken drop tube. Various levels of corrosion were observed on most interior tank surfaces.

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

 

Feb 062024

 

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

The TankCam inspection showed that the tank bottom was partially obscured by debris and sludge. Corrosion was was found in the tank, primarily on the tank top. The inspection also found an area that showed signs of moisture staining.

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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