Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Coating Color:||Customized||Roof Type:||Glass Steel Roof, Membrane Roof, Aluminum Roof, GRP Roof|
|Design According To:||AWWA D 103 , OSHA||Tank Color:||Dark Green, Dark Blue, Light Blue And Customized|
|Tank Material:||Glass Coated Steel Sheets||Capacity Range:||20 M3 To 18,000 M3|
|Service Life:||More Than 30 Years||Coating Thickness:||0.35mm|
anaerobic sludge digester,
anaerobic manure digester
Vitrum Bolted Glass Fused To Steel Anaerobic Digester Tank
What is glass fused to steel tank ?
The steel round (cylindrical) shell of the tank is built from two - layer enameled sheets coated on both sides . The sheets are attached with special high-grade bolts and sealed by constantly flexible silicone (sealant) . The surface of connecting material and the shell itself are properly treated .
This is the only tank finish where two materials are fused together to achieve the best of both : the strength and flexibility of the steel combined with the corrosion resistance of the glass . The high temperature fusion of glass to steel fired at 850 degree results in an inert , durable finish . Applied to both interior and exterior , the GFS technology is able to withstand the rigorous of the construction site and provide many years of trouble free service in harsh environments .
Steel plates thickness : 3mm - 12mm , depends on the diameter & height
Coating thickness : 0.25mm - 0.4mm, two coating internal and external
Acid and alkalinity proof : standard coating suits for PH3 - PH11 , special coating suits for PH1 - PH14
Adhesion : 3,450N/cm
Elastic : same as steel sheet , around 500KN/mm
Hardness : 6.0 Mohs
Service life : >30 years
Spark test : >1500 V
Permeability : gas and liquid impermeable
Easy yo clean : smooth , glossy , inert , anti-adhesion
Application of AD tank
Anaerobic digesters are utilized in many situations where industrial or agricultural operations produce a significant organic waste stream . In addition , municipal solid waste ( MSW ) landfills produce landfill gas from natural decomposition of organic material in the waste that can be captured for use as an energy source . Many MSW sites now have wells to capture biogas produced from waste decomposition . Wastewater treatment plants ( WWTPs ) can also be converted to operate anaerobically , and they can be used to produce biogas from a variety of wastes .
Contact Person: Ms. melody wong