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5/8/2017

Tri-Mer Process Tanks Prevent Delamination or Embrittlement

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Tri-Mer Corp. specializes in 100-percent, copolymer and homopolymer designed to prevent delamination or embrittlement, even with exposure to aggressive chemicals over long periods of time.

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Tri-Mer Corp. fabricates process tanks from polypropylene, PE, PVC, CPVC, mild steel and stainless steel. The company specializes in 100-percent, copolymer and homopolymer designed to prevent delamination or embrittlement, even with exposure to aggressive chemicals over long periods of time. 

According to the company, the process tanks offer enhanced resistance to strong acids and alkalis, even at higher temperatures. Tanks are custom engineered in rectangular, circular and custom shapes, with fume hoods, cone bottoms, agitation and material handling.

The company also specializes in tanks with requirements for special access, constraints on height or footprint, exceptional capacity (over 100 ft.) and tanks requiring structural support.

 

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