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Calcium Chloride Tanks & Containers
- Calcium Chloride Tanks available in HDLPE (High Density Linear Polyethylene)
with a 1.9 specific gravity rating or in HDXLPE (High Density Crosslinked
Polyethylene) also with a 1.9 specific gravity rating.
Full Drain Option:
- SUMO (Snyder Unitized Molded Outlet)
- Available on single wall calcium chloride vertical tanks in 2,000 to 12,500 gallon
- Encapsulated Hastelloy or Titanium threaded ring with PVC adapter.
Double Wall Calcium Chloride Tanks:
- Mini-Captor and CAPTOR Containment Systems (CCS) - 35 to 10,000 gallons.
- Primary Tank - HDLPE, 1.9 specific gravity rating (ASTM D-1998 - 600 psi hoop stress
design) or HDXLPE with 1.9 specific gravity rating.
- Secondary Containment Tank made from HDLPE with 1.5 specific gravity rating.
Calcium Chloride Tank Fittings
- Fittings made from PVC (schedule 80)
- Gasket material: EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer)
- Bolts made from Hastelloy or Titanium
Calcium Chloride Tank Plumbing
- Flexible Connections with fittings required.
- 4% Vertical and lateral expansion and contraction of the tank to be expected.
- Flexible Calcium Chloride Tank Connections reduces vibrations from pumps and piping
stress on the tank, its fitting and gaskets.
- Connections, piping and valves must all have structural support independent of the
sidewalls of the tank and tank dome.
Calcium Chloride Tank Venting
- Calcium Chloride Tanks are designed for use at atmospheric pressure. Pressure or
a vacuum may cause the tank to deform or for damage to occur to the tank and void
the tank's warranty.
- Venting equipment must be sized to limit the pressure or vacuum in the tank to a
maximum of 1/2" water column which corresponds to 0.018 PSI. Pneumatically filled
tanks may require additional pressure relief.
Calcium Chloride Tank Foundation & Restraints
- Calcium Chloride Tanks should be positioned on a smooth concrete or asphalt pad to
provide the tank with adequate support. Make sure the pad is clean, smooth and level
so there is no deflection in the bottom support of the Calcium Chloride Tank.
- If seismic restraint must be employed use a pad that is large enough for anchor
plate attachments per the requirements in the seismic code.
Calcium Chloride Tank Temperature:
- Calcium Chloride Tanks should not be exposed to temperatures greater than 100 degrees
Fahrenheit during delivery or storage.