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Manual Tank Line

Liberty Module

manual tank lines

The Liberty series bench module is available in standard lengths up to 10 feet, and is typically fabricated of stress-relieved, white polypropylene material. Options are available for flame retardant polypropylene and white PVC.

Modules can be supplied in quantities, and plumbed together to form a complete wet processing system. Where ventilation of individual tanks is required, side lateral exhaust arms extend to individual facilities connection collars at the rear of the modules.

The edges around the process tanks are raised several inches, to prevent spillover out of the module.

Modules are designed with integral spill containment. In the event of a tank leak, the containment tub will prevent the leakage of liquids from the module.

Tank controls, such as temperature controllers, pump switches, timers, etc., are located in control panels at the front of the module. Access to valves and plumbing is provided at the front of the module. Sliding doors are included to provide an aesthetically pleasing system.

Tanks-on-Legs Line

manual tank lines

Designed primarily for manual operation (no hoist assistance), the Tanks on Legs configuration provides the most economical method of procuring a wet process system. Each tank is constructed as a stand-alone, individual station. Legs with adjustable leveling pads are provided to bring the top flanges up to a suitable operating height.

Tanks can be supplied in any quantity, and plumbed together to form a complete, wet processing system. Where ventilation of individual tanks is required, side lateral exhaust arms extend to individual facilities connection collars at the rear of the tanks.

Tank controls, such as temperature controllers, pump switches, timers, etc., are located in control panels at the front of the respective tanks. Access to valves and plumbing is also provided at the front. Plumbing mains can be located at the rear as well, for a more aesthetically pleasing system.

Options are available for chain-type hoists and I-beam systems, or for manually-operated sidearm style hoists. Each of these options requires support structure, either epoxy-coated steel or stainless steel.