What is a Pickling Tank?
What is a Pickling Tank? A picking tank is a tank used to carry out metal surface treatment containing acid where the metal is dipped in the pickling acid or liquor to remove rust or scale off the product being treated.
What is Pickling?
Pickling is a metal surface treatment used to remove impurities, such as stains, rust or scale from copper, ferrous and precious metals, and alloys. A solution called pickle liquor usually containing acid, is used to remove the surface impurities.
How Big Are Pickling & Plating Tanks?
Custom Tanks can range from small tanks which are a few hundred litres to big acid dipping baths which contain over 20,000 litres. The picking and plating tanks are built to the size of metal objects which will be treated in the tank.
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What is a Pickling Tank Made From?
Enduramaxx can fabricate custom plastic tanks of any size & any specifications that are desired. We make tanks for a variety of purposes, including pickling tanks, anodizing tanks, acid tanks, sump tanks, weir tanks, double-wall containment tanks, rinse tanks, plating lines, etc. These chemical tanks are available with many fittings and modifications to suit your application. This includes inlets, outlets, PN16 and ANSI flanges, welded sockets and as well as fume proof lids and vents.
Enduramaxx Custom Tanks
Enduramaxx Tanks offer excellent chemical-resistance in corrosive environments where there are strong acids, organic solvents, degreasing agents, or electrolytic attack. These plastic custom plating tanks are built for the specific needs of a wide array of companies and industries and can feature various racks, buss bars, and other ancillary equipment as required.
For custom quotes and availability – or to discuss your next project – please get in touch with Enduramaxx today!