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|Coating Thickness:||0.25mm~0.40mm & Double Coating||Elastic:||Same As Steel Sheet ,around 500KN /mm|
|Tank Material:||Glass Fused To Steel||Steel Grade:||ART 310|
|Size Of Panel:||2.4M * 1.2M||Acid And Alkalinity Proof:||Standard Coating Suits For PH3 - PH11, Special Coating Suits For PH1 - PH14|
bio digester tank,
biogas septic tank
Turnkey EPC Project Biogas Power Plant with Anaerobic Digester Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tank
What is Glass-Fused-to-Steel?
Glass-Fused-to-Steel is two materials, enamel frit and raw steel are fused together after two coating and two burning with 800-900℃ temperature, to achieve the best cohesion –the strength and flexibility of steel combined with the corrosion resistance of glass. Applied to both interior and exterior surfaces, Glass-Fused-to-Steel is able to provide many years of trouble free service in harsh environments.
Glass-Fused-to-Steel (enamel-assembled) tank technology is a tank manufacturing technology to use high-strength steel substrate special for enamel and adopt professional enamel technology to have anti-corrosive glaze layer with high inertia fused on the surface of substrate and made into standardized steel module; after packed and transported to the project site, the tank forming is finally completed through low cost and rapid installation.
Advantages of GFS tank:
Double Membrane Gas Storage
Double membrane gas storage cabinet is mainly used for storage of biogas and landfill gas. It consists of external membrane, internal membrane and basement membrane. Air is tight between external membrane and internal membrane. The external membrane forms outer sphere shape for protection, while internal membrane for storage of biogas. Gas storage cabinet is set with explosion-proof blower to automatically regulate the access amount of gas as required to maintain the stability of pressure in the gas cabinet and meanwhile, to protect the external membrane in bad weather conditions.
Advantages of double-membrane gas storage cabinet:
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